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Friday, June 11, 2021

Volkswagen PH Now Offering P 200k Off The Lavida This Month


With partner Bank of the Philippine Island’s (BPI) flexible financing schemes paired with low monthly and low down payment offers, Volkswagen Philippines makes driving home your desired Volkswagen much easier and more affordable than ever.

From now until June 30, 2021, customers can avail themselves of various breezy options on low monthly and low down payment offers on the following participating Volkswagen models:

The Santana MPI MT is now offered at P 599,000, or P10,002 monthly, from the original P 686,000 with an P 87,000 discount; while the Santana GTS 80 MPI AT SE is now priced at P 999,000 or at a P 49,000 low down payment from the original P 1,029,000 with P30,000 discount.

The Lavida 230 TSI DSG SE is now offered at just P 971,000, or P16,695 monthly, with P 200,000 off from its regular P1,171,000 price tag.

The Lamando 280 TSI DSG SE is now offered at a promo price of P 1,529,000, or at a P 67,000 low down payment offer, with P 40,000 off its regular price of P 1,569,000.

With these markdowns, Filipinos can now afford to buy a Volkswagen; a brand that puts safety, comfort, and convenience of its occupants its top priorities.

Each brand-new Volkswagen comes with a comprehensive 3-year or 100,000-km warranty coverage, as well as Preventive Maintenance Service of just once a year or every 10,000 kilometers (whichever comes first), and 24/7 Emergency Roadside Assistance (ERA).

4 comments:

  1. BEWARE most Car companies offering huge Ballistic Discount will cost you almost double the savings you are expecting. Check the YEAR MODEL properly if it's the current year. Resale Values of two years old brand new from the showroom will slice atleast 30% of it's bnew selling price.

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  2. What are those? I am on the road everyday, and have not seen those cars. Either they are ugly that I don't notice them, or nobody wants or buys them. If nobody wants them, then there is no resale value and parts for them. Stay away. Buy a Toyota and have peace of mind.

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    1. Seems like you're either naïve or simply plain ignorant since all you see are Toyotas.

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  3. No Thanks. Made in China VW.. no way!

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