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Tuesday, March 8, 2022

Volkswagen PH Now Offering Multivan Kombi At Zero Cash Out


Volkswagen Philippines is now adding its Multivan Kombi to its Zero Cash Out promo this March.

Until March 31, 2022, Volkswagen Philippines’s Zero Cash Out promo offers the possibility of owning a German vehicle, specifically the Santana, T-Cross, or Multivan Kombi with no actual down payment paid to the dealer. Instead, thanks to its partner bank, Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), approved customers will execute a Hold-Out Agreement amount for a duration of 24 months.

The offer is valid for the following Volkswagen models:
  • The Santana starts at P 735,000 (from P 805,000 SRP for the AT S variant) at P 18,361 monthly for a minimum hold out amount of P147,000;
  • The T-Cross starts at P 1,068,000 (from P 1,098,000 SRP for the S variant) at P26,679 monthly for a minimum hold out amount of P 213,600;
  • The Multivan Kombi starts at P 3,595,000 for the Metallic variant at P 89,804 monthly for a minimum hold out amount of P719,000.
To add to this ease of ownership, customers availing the promo will also enjoy the benefit of earning interest on their hold out deposit with the participating bank. If they wish to terminate or withdraw their deposit on hold, they may do so after the 24th month payment, and their auto loan account is updated and not in past due status.

With Volkswagen’s Zero Cash Out Promo, customers are also ensured of worry-free ownership as each vehicle comes with a 3-year / 100,000-kilometer warranty (whichever comes first), and free one-year 24/7 Emergency Roadside Assistance.

3 comments:

  1. Hope VW Ph will bring in soon a turbo variant of the T Cross. But VW must price the crossover similar or less than the Coolray (at least w the Sport Limited variant) for buyers to consider it.

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  2. I guess there's not much interest in VW vehicles in our country anymore (except the Beetle, Golf, and other classic VWs).

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    1. The local group ruined it by dumping China domestic models here instead of continuing selling VW marquee brands like Golf, Golf GTi, Jetta and Polo. Tapos bolahin pa nila ang Pinoy market sabihin "German quality" pa rin naman daw mga China taxi models nila.

      VW in other ASEAN markets are doing okay. Look at VW Malaysia... they just launched the new Golf GTi, and they don't sell crap cars like santana....

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