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Tuesday, May 3, 2022

Changan PH Now Discounting The CS75 Plus By P 105K


After announcing promotions on its Alsvin sub-compact sedan, Chanan Motor Philippines is now doing the same with the CS75 Plus compact SUV. Until May 15, 2022, it’s available with generous cash discounts, or a menu of financing packages with low down payment or low monthly amortization.

For buyers going for straight discounts, the CS75 Plus can be yours for P 105,000 less from its P 1,379,000 SRP. This brings down its promotional price to just P 1,274,000.

Or choose from this menu of financing packages: 20 percent down payment (P 77,580.00) with a net monthly amortization of P 28,214.00 for 60 months; 30 percent down payment (P 236,165.00) with net monthly amortization of P 24,688.00 for 60 months; 50 percent down payment (P 689,500) with net monthly amortization of P 14,160.00 for 60 months.

The low down payment financing options come with one-year comprehensive insurance, three-year LTO registration, free chattel mortgage, and standard freebies—tint, floor mats, and seat covers.

In addition, like every Changan vehicle, the CS75 Plus is backed by the Changan Vital 5 after sales program, featuring a number of industry firsts: the 5-year or 150,000KM mileage warranty; Changan Pacesetter roadside assistance and towing service; Changan Fastlane’s 60-minute service guarantee with free PMS Labor for the 1st year or first 20,000 kilometers (whichever comes first); Changan Veloservice where you can conveniently book your service appointment online; and quick and efficient assistance from CAIA, Changan’s AI Chatbot.

5 comments:

  1. HAHAHAHAHAHA some things never change, HARI. Buti na lang bago na ang distributor ng Hyundai passenger cars. Buyer beware na lang.

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  2. History repeat itself

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  3. Ano ang problema sa Changan Ph?

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  4. The ex-Lady CEO of HARI now doing stupid things in Changan. It is very obvious all Changan products are overpriced. They should price their cars to siimlar China made cars and not even dare price it on the same level as a Jap or Korean car.

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  5. Sana nga i-retain ng Changan Ph ang pricing ng CS35 (below P1M), or at most P1.1M. Kapag ganoon, I think magiging mabenta ang crossover (may ACC at AEB, good ito). No overpricing please.

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