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Sunday, June 5, 2022

Suzuki PH Extends Triple Deal Promo


Suzuki Philippines Inc. (SPH) continues to shower its patrons with incentives, announcing the extension, by popular demand, of its ongoing Triple Deal Promo.

Hopeful and budding customers now have up until June 30, 2022 to avail of incredibly low downpayment offers and cash discounts made available for the Suzuki XL7 and all variants of the Suzuki Carry and Suzuki Dzire.

Bring home your very own XL7 for an incredibly low down payment of P 140,000 or enjoy cash discounts of up to P 35,000.

Your tried and trusted business partner, the crowd favorite and best-selling Suzuki Carry, can now be yours for a down payment as low as P 82,000 and/or cash discounts of up to P 23,000. Promo mechanics and conditions apply to all variants of the Suzuki Carry.

Excellent maneuverability, unmatched elegance and an enhanced driving experience awaits you with Suzuki’s Dzire, yours for a down payment as low as P 63,000 and/or cash discounts of up to P 60,000.

6 comments:

  1. Hope Suzuki Ph will bring in an XL7 w a 6-speed AT.

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    1. Car companies are selling the cvt as "the future tranny", when in fact it will become their goose that lay the golden egg....it is very expensive to maintain and does not last long...means more income for their parts and service....kaching!

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  2. The absolute gall of Suzuki launching discount promos AFTER they silently jacked up their entire lineup of cars since several months ago (especially the now-overpriced Suzuki Jimny, Dzire and now the overpriced underspecced Indian Celerio.) Just check their current prices at their website.

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  3. Seems the jimny sales ran out of steam....it was one of the best sellers for suzuki not too long ago....

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  4. H supposed to have a lower priced since d latest arrival is from india n not from japan. But behold...d opposite happened

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    1. Exactly, now that all Jimnys we get is from their Indian (Gurgaon, I think) plant and not from Japan. And they have the blatant nerve to charge us exorbitant prices on it (despite "discounts") jacking up prices every interval/year for no reason. Maybe, taking advantage that it has virtually no competition?

      Suzuki PH is out of touch with their pricing and specs. Just last time that I know they blindly did this is that they refreshed the barebones Ciaz and then, to the surprise of no one, months later after they launched it they discontinued it.

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