Looking to buy a brand new car? Purchase a Nissan Almera fresh off the dealership and get a chance to win a Juke CVT Standard Edition.
To qualify, interested customers must purchase any variant of the Almera from any authorized Nissan dealerships nationwide from April 1 to June 30, 2017. The Almera must also be delivered to the customer no later than 5 working days (including Saturdays) of the month following the month that the car was invoiced.
Upon delivery of the unit, the new Almera owners will be given a raffle coupon, which should be filled out and dropped at participating dealers only.
There will be 3 Nissan Jukes up for grabs, which will be given away on May 16, June 15, and July 18, 2017. Due date for submission of entries for each raffle date is on/before May 6, June 7, and July 7, 2017, respectively.
For each draw date, one winner will be drawn at the Nissan Philippines Inc. (NPI) head office located at the 21st Floor, Ecotower Building, 32nd Street, 9th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. The raffle will be done in the presence of a Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) representative to ensure a clean, fair draw. In the event that the winning coupon isn’t valid due to the customer’s fault, another entry shall be drawn and declared as the winner.
Customers have a maximum of 60 days to claim the prize, else it will be forfeited in favor of NPI, with the approval of DTI. Furthermore, the customer will have to shoulder the winner’s tax, which is equivalent to 20% of the P980,000 price tag of the Juke.
According to NPI, the winning customer will be notified by the dealer where the entry has been submitted. The notification will come via phone call and registered mail signed by authorized NPI officers.
To claim the Juke, the customer must bring the winning mail voucher, 2 valid government identification cards (passport, driver’s license, NBI clearance, etc), and the registered mail/notification from NPI.
As a review the Nissan Almera is a 5-seater subcompact sedan that features ample interior space. It comes with a choice of a 1.2L or 1.5L gasoline engine, mated to either a 5-speed manual transmission or a 4-speed slushbox. On the other hand, the Juke boasts its attention-grabbing looks. It comes with Nissan’s I-CON which lets its occupants adjust air conditioning, driving modes, and more, all within a single, convenient interface.
Consumer interest is heightened, heating up competition this time around.
One thing’s for sure – it has more than meets the eye.
Are they essentially the same thing with different names?