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Tuesday, December 14, 2021

Volkswagen PH Extends Zero Downpayment, Cash Discount Offers


Until December 31, 2021, avail of the limited zero downpayment and cash benefits offer of Volkswagen Philippines on select German vehicles through its partner bank, Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) or BPI Family Savings Bank. 

Eligible customers interested to avail of the financing scheme are required to execute a Hold-Out Deposit Agreement equivalent to the approved percentage of the vehicle’s price. On top of covering the amortization of your vehicle, the best thing about this special offer is that the deposit account will continue to earn interest up to 24 months after its hold-out period. After which, the customer may be able to withdraw the whole amount including all earned interest, given that the loan account is updated and not in past due status.

On the other hand, customers who intend to purchase outright through cash are offered discounts on the vehicle they’re eyeing on.

The Volkswagen models are offered at the following prices:
  • Santana starts at P 550,000 from P 686,000 SRP
  • Santana GTS 180 MPI AT SE is offered at P 995,000 from P 1,029,000 SRP
  • Lavida 230 TSI DSG SE is offered at P 918,000 from P 1,171,000 SRP
  • Lamando starts at P 1,494,000 from P 1,569,000 SRP
  • T-Cross starts at P 1,068,000 from P 1,098,000 SRP
  • Multivan Kombi starts at P 3,595,000
And since it’s the Christmas season, Volkswagen is going all-out, as financing customers can enjoy free chattel mortgage and the first year of the comprehensive insurance on participating models, so they can set aside their hard-earned Christmas bonuses on more pressing household expenses instead, and their family celebrations can proceed uninterrupted.

2 comments:

  1. they should add more dealerships asap to be more competitive. I rarely see a VW in phil roads, much less in provinces. I see more chinese vehicles everywhere (like geely, mg, etc.) and VW should add more desirable cars in their line-up like the polo gti and up gti and maybe buyers would be interested in owning their products.

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  2. they should add more dealerships asap to be more competitive. I rarely see a VW in phil roads, much less in provinces. I see more chinese vehicles everywhere (like geely, mg, etc.) and VW should add more desirable cars in their line-up like the polo gti and up gti and maybe buyers would be interested in owning their products.

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