BPI Family Savings Bank (BFSB) is partnering with the newest car brand in the Philippines, Maxus. The bank treated select BPI and BFSB preferred clients to an exclusive preview of the Maxus brand and its flagship G10 model. The clients that were invited were the first in the country to experience the 9-seater Maxus G10, with exclusive deals offered to those who availed a BPI Family Auto Loan for the Maxus G10.
Of course, the G10 is not the only model that Maxus Philippines offers in its lineup. Other models such as the V80 offer consumers or business owners a model that is capable of hauling people or goods through Metro Manila and beyond. While generously sized, the brand’s diesel engine promises that it can take any load owners throw at these vans, with respectable fuel economy to boot.
With this new deal, families or business owners can find it easier to afford a new vehicle. Favorable rates may await those who are looking for a cost-effective diesel-powered van to haul whatever their hearts desire. The G10 promises Manila proofing with its spacious interior and captains chairs, while the V80 gives ludicrous amounts of space enough to fit your family and extended family inside the confines of its cabin.
Auto loan rates depend from person-to-person, so it would be best to inquire about the rates that will be given in order to purchase a vehicle like a Maxus.
Launched under the wing of the Ayala Corporation, the launch of Maxus Philippines were attended by several companies under the Ayala Group. Reginald See, Maxus Philippines’ general manager was in attendance, along with KTM Philippines’ President Dino Santos; President of Automobile Central Enterprise Inc. Felipe Estrella; South Metro Manila Head Olga Ang; BPI Family Savings Bank Retail Lending Group Head Dennis Fronda; BPI Family Auto Loan Division Head Maki Panizales; and Marketing Director of AC Motors Franz Decloedt.
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