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Friday, March 4, 2022

Drive Home A Maxus D90 With Zero Cash Out This March


Until March 31, 2022, Maxus Philippines offers its March Zero Cash Out Sales promo to ensure that you can easily own your preferred Maxus vehicle. Through its participating partner bank, Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), no actual down payment will be paid to the dealer. Instead, approved customers will be asked to execute a Hold-Out Agreement for a duration of 24 months.

The promo is applicable to the following select model variants:
  • The V80 MT Flex van starts at P 1,040,000 (from P 1,190,000 SRP) at P 25,980 for a hold out amount of P208,000;
  • The T60 pick-up truck starts at P 998,000 at P 24,931 monthly for a minimum hold out amount of P 199,600;
  • The G50 MPV starts at P 948,000 at P 23,682 monthly for a minimum hold out amount of P 189,600;
  • The D60 SUV starts at P 1,136,000 (from P 1,240,000 SRP) at P 28,378 monthly for a minimum hold out amount of P 227,200;
  • The D90 SUV starts at P 1,818,000 (from P 1,918,000 SRP) at P 45,414 monthly for a minimum hold out amount of P 363,600.
As an added incentive, customers availing the promo will also enjoy the benefit of earning interest on their hold out deposit. If they wish to terminate or withdraw, they may do so after the 24th month payment, provided that their auto loan account is updated and not in past due status.

With the Zero Cash Out promo, you not only get this bevy of product and savings, Maxus also guarantees the Max quality, efficiency and convenience of its aftersales products, services, and worry-free ownership. With its 5-year / 100,000-kilometer warranty for the T60, G50, D60, and D90, along with 3-years warranty for the V80 and G10, and free one year 24/7 Emergency Roadside Assistance (ERA), Maxus truly gives the value-for-money proposition that its hard working owners deserve.

4 comments:

  1. Kumusta po ang quality ng Maxus vehicles?

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  2. Vry vry poor quality n besides wat they brought here s old models datz y impresion on quality n reliability s vry poor. Unlike geely who brot here der latest n features pack model

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    1. Nokia 3310 ba gamit mo? 2022 na, bkt gn2 k p rn mg typ?

      Also, what's your source on Maxus vehicles quality? I know someone who owns the pickup since it was launched, so far so good.

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  3. some of their models are in need of a refresh....the D90 is five years old na

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