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October 17, 2023

Peugeot PH Offers Value-Added Financing Schemes

Bring home the allure of owning a Peugeot vehicle with value added services and offers from Peugeot Philippines in partnership with Security Bank.

Customers now have the opportunity of owning a Peugeot vehicle through the Peugeot Easy Own Financing Program, which offers special rates and exclusive down payments, or monthly installments on the Lion brand’s full range of global vehicles: the Peugeot 5008 SUV (Allure and Active), Peugeot 3008 SUV (Allure and Active), Peugeot 2008 Allure SUV and the Peugeot Traveller Premium 8-Seater Van.

Under the program, customers can own a brand-new Peugeot vehicle with a special down payment of 20 percent or a monthly installment that starts at P 16,852. Furthermore, flexible financing plans extend up to five years, ensuring that the allure of Peugeot ownership fits seamlessly into your lifestyle.

“We aim to provide our customers with the chance to enjoy the elegance and refinement that Peugeot vehicles embody, all while aligning with their financial goals. Through this offer, we hope to extend the allure of driving a Peugeot to more customers nationwide,” said Timmy Naval-de Leon, Marketing Director of Astara Philippines.

She added, “Peugeot vehicles are celebrated for their unmistakable French flair, cutting-edge technology, and outstanding performance. From the chic and suave Peugeot 3008 and 5008 to the nimble and adaptable Peugeot 2008, and the plush and roomy Peugeot Traveller, there's a Peugeot model tailored to cater to every lifestyle and personal taste.”

The exclusive offer will run from October 1 to December 31 at all Peugeot showrooms and satellite dealerships nationwide.


  1. If this was leasing, I will be interested!

    1. Yeah. You don't wanna own a Peugeot for a long time especially in our country. It will be a major headache in the future.

    2. That's also because since that brand is a unit of Stellantis, which also contains Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep, Peugeot's presence in the Philippines is more an analog to its fellow Stellantis brands Fiat and Alfa Romeo selling cars in the Philippine market decades before, that means with Fiat no longer in PH since 2000 (but inports continue with performance models wearing the Abarth name) and Alfa Romeo's presence in Philippines is very limited - unlike to say Ford - therefore in honesty means Peugeot's experience in the Philippine and other Southeast Asian markets (ex: Thailand) is totally different from Stellantis' presences in their home markets Europe and North America. (Even in Argentina and Brazil means Stellantis deeply sells more cars but none of them are were exported to Southeast Asia nor Oceania given the reputation of Latin American-made cars being known for unsafe.)

      Of course, if Stellantis were to join forces with Ford rather than to have the former make itself look like they're a lose-lose company, then I could say since Ford already retained a myriad of cars with dated technology (well they're all US-developed) means the Blue Oval may just trade them for rebadging Peugeot's cars instead - anyway who needs Peugeot, Fiat or Opel when you already have Ford? (Stellantis in fact is meaningless so Ford has more meanings and instead they're abbreviated as reflecting to their series of failures like "Fix Or Repair Daily".)


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