Yamaha launched the first ever motorcycle sales and service mobile app in the Philippine motorcycle industry during the inauguration of their 500th Yamaha 3S Shop located at BF Homes, Paranaque. The event, hosted by Ai Dela Cruz, was shown live through the Yamaha Facebook page.
The program introduced special guest, moto vlogger Benedict Maniquis, also known as MotoDeck. As a motorcycle enthusiast, Motodeck shared his struggles in terms of reserving a slot to get his motorcycle serviced. His desire to own a Yamaha Mio Aerox brought him all the way to Zamboanga because of its high demand in the market. Stories such as these are why the Rev Buddy came to be with the goal of offering Filipino riders not just quality products but providing a better overall experience.
Hiroshi Koike, the President of YMPH, hopes this will change customer engagement with Yamaha riders, serving as a tool that will help provide intangible value.
After revealing the Yamaha Rev Buddy app, John Hanzel Leyva, YMPH Marketing Customer Relations Head, discussed the app features and how to use it.
The Yamaha Rev Buddy app allows customers to reserve a Yamaha motorcycle of their choice and select from the nearest 3S Shop that has an available unit. No more waiting in long line to service your motorcycle as the app also lets you book an appointment. Yamaha reminds that the booking must be at least two days before the preferred schedule. Even apparel and accessories can be purchased any time and anywhere the customer wants. The app also brings the latest Yamaha news, products, and events to keep customers always updated.
The Yamaha Rev Buddy app is available in Google Play and the App store.