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Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Get The Suzuki Vitara AllGrip With A P 250K Discount This December


Suzuki Philippines (SPH) makes this holiday session merrier as customers eyeing to get their very own Suzuki vehicle are a step closer to their dream with the Four the Win Promo! This is SPH’s last promo offering for 2021 before they welcome 2022 with many more promos and discounts ending the year festively and welcoming the next year with a bang!

The Celerio, Ciaz, Vitara All Grip, and Swift are on the line up for hard to resist down payment promos. On top of this, cash discounts are there to help you begin and take steps on achieving better quality of life!

If dynamic styling that rises far beyond small cars is what gets you excited, the Celerio that comes with a P 60,000 cash discount might be what you need. Another compact car that will surely uplift your spirit with its interior and performance is the Swift, offered with a P 120,000 cash discount. If you’ve been thinking about ways to up your game, the new Ciaz comes in with the P 100,000 discount and will definitely go well with your daily vehicle needs. Come in 2022 stronger and bolder as you prepare for more adventures with the Vitara AllGrip! The Vitara AllGrip, one of the most affordable vehicles in the 4x4 category can be yours with a P 250,000 discount.

It doesn’t matter which part of the country you’re at because the promo is applicable to all Suzuki’s 73 dealerships nationwide until December 31, 2021!

9 comments:

  1. They must not be selling any Vitara AllGrip since its launch. That's now down to only 1.2M. I guess its time to phase it out again?

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  2. Personally, I like the AWD system of the Vitara. It adds stability/safety on highways and twisties. Unfortunately, the Vitara Allgrip most likely is not doing well in the Phil. market. I guess Suzuki Phils has to bring back the FWD variant with a much lower price than the crossovers from Geely, MG, Chery, and other newcomers.
    Mark J.

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    1. I don't think they can compete with the Chinese crossovers on price point. Even if they bring the turbo engine plus AWD (sold in Australia), it will still face stiff competition from new models.

      They should just drop the Vitara and focus on the models 1M and below. They are doing well in the price bracket anyway.

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  3. I'd buy the Vitara All-Grip w/ the 1.4T BoosterJet engine over any ChingChong no track record car at this price segment.

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    1. Considering all grip is originally priced at 1.4M, adding turbo Willy push it to 1.5-1.6M range, would you still get it?

      The problem is that it will push it to CR-V prices already.

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  4. man that brings its price to just over 1.2M. They must be really desparate. Methinks this should have been the actual price

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    1. At 1.2M, its good alternative to the mid-variant Seltos if you are completely against buying Chinese cars.

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  5. With car companies offering 100-250k nowadays it only means all vehicles sold here are overpriced. Para silang cartel na nag agree na mag overprice lahat ng vehicles. At worst, they may have pegged all their costings at 57php = $1 which happened late 2000s.

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    1. More like a scheme w/ financing and banks. Discounts are usually just given to cash buyers. So inflating SRPs just affects those w/ financing deals.

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