For December, Maxus Philippines is offering something special to those who want to buy a vehicle from the automaker. This holiday season the British heritage brand is extending its special cash discounts and zero downpayment options through its bank partner, Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), or BPI Family Savings Bank Account.
Here are the following Maxus models with their corresponding prices:
- G50 MPV starts at P948,000;
- T60 pickup truck starts at P948,000 from P998,000 SRP;
- V80 van starts at P1,040,000 from P1,190,000 SRP;
- D60 SUV starts at P1,118,000 from P1,148,000 SRP;
- G10 van starts at P1,710,000 from P1,790,000 SRP;
- D90 SUV starts at P1,818,000 from P1,918,000 SRP
Maxus Philippines states that these discount offers will now make it easier for customers to purchase the right Maxus vehicle according to their transport needs. At the same time, these special discounts and promos will also give them the chance to set aside saved cash for other important contingencies in their households. On top of this, the automaker also says that the chattel mortgage fee and its first year of comprehensive insurance for the chosen vehicle will also be offered completely for free. This makes it easier for a customer to have a worry-free ownership experience as they have fewer things to worry about when getting a Maxus vehicle.
With these special cash discounts and zero downpayment options up for grabs now could be the best time to purchase a Maxus vehicle as they offer durable and dependable transport options for almost any need with 125 years of British heritage behind them.
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