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Thursday, July 14, 2022

Buy A Volkswagen Santana Or Lavida, And Get Cash Back


Volkswagen Philippines offers two of its sedans—the Santana MT and Lavida—with a limited Zero Down Payment and Cashback promo offer with the exclusive participation of partner bank, Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI).

Approved customers can enjoy the hassle-free purchase of not having to pay for the down payment. To add to this ease of ownership, customers availing of this promo will not only be offered a free Chattel Mortgage on their vehicle, but also get a 20 percent cashback on their purchase!

For the young, hardworking and driven Filipino professional who has been eyeing his or her first Volkswagen vehicle, the Santana 1.4 MPI MT with an SRP of P 686,000 can now be yours without paying for the usual down payment of P 137,200.

The Lavida sedan, on the other hand, is made for the corporate manager or self-made entrepreneur who’s rapidly making a name for himself or herself. For their vehicle of choice, the Lavida 1.4 TSI DSG SE can now be purchased at its SRP of P 1,251,000, without paying for the P 250,000 down payment. To top that off, Lavida buyers are granted additional perks of free amortization and service coupon or accessories package worth P 34,846.

Part of the German motoring lifestyle that Volkswagen Philippines offers is its worry-free ownership with its 3-year / 100,000-kilometer warranty coverage program (whichever comes first) and free one year 24/7 Emergency Roadside Assistance (ERA).

13 comments:

  1. Ac motors shod instead bring here d turbo tcross n latest models of vw from china.

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    1. Are you buying a Turbo T-Cross at 1.4 Million?🤣

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  2. Jeez stop showing us outdated vw models there useless now. They just wanted us to buy those crappy outodated models bruh.

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    1. Outodated?🤣STFU okay!Volkswagen Philippines is just disposing those older stocks of Santana and Lavida Classic as they'll likely bring in the much more expensive Virtus and New Lavida soon.

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    2. @kuchi888 is it true? How you know about it.

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  3. It seems that Volkswagen is exiting the Philippine market in 3 to 4 years because of dismal leadership and poor sales...

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    1. Volkswagen Philippines won't leave the market as they plan to sell more newer SUVs and iD EVs made by VW-SAIC.

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    2. Uh oh... Made in China again...

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    3. Manghuhula ata tong c kotse 88, putak ng putak wd out merit!

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    4. I don't think Ayala will give up that easily, although their partnership with SAIC doesn't seem to be doing them any favors.....if they try to mix up their lineup with some from SAIC and some global models, will it work?

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  4. German badge. Made in China.

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  5. Outdated VW car brand in our country. There are not new but except for kombi and t cross.

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  6. What a Shit AC Motors lol XD, its Outdated models bruh.

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