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Wednesday, November 23, 2022

Eyeing A New Car This Christmas? Consider The Volkswagen Lamando


Volkswagen Philippines is offering its Lamando sedan with a substantial discount of P 125,000 until the end of 2022.

A great choice for those looking for a brand-new car this Christmas, the readily-in-stock Lamando is priced at just P 1,494,000 for the SE and P 1,628,000 for the top-of-the-line SEL. Furthermore, through financing with partner banks BPI, RCBC, Security Bank, and PS Bank, monthly amortizations of as low as P26,668 (SE) and P29,250 (SEL) are available. Both Lamando variants, whether cash or financing transaction, also comes with a portable tire inflator and a digital video recorder (dashcam) as part of the ownership package.

Like all other Volkswagens, the Lamando also comes with a once-a-year PMS schedule, a 3-year or 100,000-kilometer warranty coverage, and free one-year 24/7 emergency roadside assistance.

Speaking of the other Volkswagen models, cash discounts are also available for the rest of the line-up: the Santana 180 MPI AT S and SE variants (both with a P 70,000 discount for a promo SRP of P 735,000 and P 878,000, respectively); the Santana GTS 180 MPI AT SE (with a P 34,000 discount for a promo SRP of P 995,000); the Lavida 230 TSI DSG SE (with a P 333,000 discount for a promo SRP of P 918,000); the T-Cross 180 MPI AT SE with AID (with a P 42,000 discount for a promo SRP of P 1,298,000), and; the Multivan Kombi 330 TDI DSG (with a P 50,000 discount for a promo SRP of P 3,945,000 and P 3,995,000 for the Bi-Color variant).

All discounted prices are good only until December 31, 2022 and are valid at all authorized Volkswagen dealerships nationwide in BGC, Greenfield – Mandaluyong, Pampanga, Cebu, Iloilo, Bacolod, Cagayan de Oro, and Davao.

4 comments:

  1. Kombi Multivan T6.1 didn't sell well as expected since it was hit by price increase..Still a good van though.
    Volkswagen Philippines axed the low end T-Cross due to poor sales and focused instead on one variant only.

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  2. I keep watching this space as VW have said they'll bring in EVs into the country. Should be an interesting 2023...

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  3. It seems the EVs that Volkswagen Philippines bringing in 2023 will not gonna happen because of Worsening Semiconductor Issues and the impending discontinuation of Santana and the first-generation Lamando. Additional hassles because of cessation of the Manual Transmission plant operated by SAIC-VW and the possibility of decline on the production of another Manual Transmission plant operated by FAW-VW, it seems 2023 will be the worst year for Volkswagen in the PH.

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    1. Nah!Local sales of the Santana are mostly about the automatic variants of it..Volkswagen Philippines isn't gonna get vehicles from FAW as the Ayala group prefer dealing with SAIC

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