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July 11, 2024

Drive Home A Suzuki Ertiga Hybrid With 1-Month Free Amortization

Suzuki Philippines is offering a special promo for the Ertiga Hybrid, allowing individuals an easier way of driving home the fuel-efficient seven-seater MPV.

Until August 31, 2024, customers who buy an Ertiga Hybrid GLX AT will enjoy a free 1-month amortization. This offer is available at all Suzuki Auto dealerships nationwide.

Here’s how it works: By opting for a financing plan with a 20 percent down payment and a 60-month term from one of the participating banks, the first month’s amortization is on Suzuki. Payments will begin from the second month onward, continuing up to the 60th month. Financing plans are subject to bank approval.

Participating banks include:
  • BDO Unibank (BDO)
  • Bank of Commerce (BOC)
  • Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)
  • China Bank Savings
  • EastWest Banking Corp.
  • Maybank Philippines Inc.
  • Philippine National Bank (PNB)
  • Philippine Savings Bank (PSBank)
  • Rizal Commercial Banking Corp. (RCBC)
  • Security Bank Corp
  • Sterling Bank of Asia
This offer is exclusively for individual customers. Company and fleet buyers are not qualified. Prices do not include freight and handling for provincial dealers.

Prospective buyers are encouraged to visit their nearest Suzuki dealership now and seize this opportunity. 

For more details on this promo and the mechanics, visit the Suzuki automobile website.


  1. Yet another hyped out decision being done by a carmaker that is also known for having failed safety tests like Suzuki, which already failed to score in US and Canadian sales as it was the reason why Suzuki decided to withdraw from these markets a decade ago early, on other hand then I think Suzuki is also affected by the Daihatsu-Toyota affair and so with the partnership between Toyota and Suzuki may come to an end would mean that Toyota may acquire Ford and have the former to compensate itself for not owning an honest carmaker like the latter - despite that Ford is another failed carmaker (along with Daihatsu and SuzukI) that finds its cars being suffered with series of reliability problems for example. (Hence Fix Or Repair Daily and so it maybe better off for Toyota to help Suzuki rebadge half of their cars as Fords since its not a mistake to think that Ford no longer markets cars in Japan since 2016.)

    1. Local marketing effort lang to, Pre.
      Ang dami mo nang naisip. Kailangan lang magbenta ng kotse ng dealer. Kailangan lang kumita ng bangko, kailangan lang ng good deal ng customer.


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