In case you missed it, MG Philippines has officially entered the local market and has recently introduced three new models, which are purposely designed to capture the needs and interest of Filipino car buyers. As such, the British carmaker wants to bring its good-looking nameplates closer to the hearts of Filipinos through affordable promo deals.
With the ‘Hello, MG! Introductory Promo’, you can now drive home a brand new MG vehicle for as low as Php 78,000 low downpayment. The British marque also grants a five-year or 100,000 km. warranty (whichever comes first) for every MG vehicle purchased from MG Philippines. This offer will run until December 31, 2018, so make sure to inquire and book a test drive before the promo period ends.
The introductory promo applies to all MG vehicles. This offer is available in any MG dealerships nationwide, authorized by The Covenant Car Company, Inc. (TCCI), the official distributor of MG cars in the country.
Aside from its great promo offers, MG owners can set their mind at ease with the British brand’s bunch of after-sales program that will maintain the vehicle in a tip-top shape. The perks include a string of independent, MG-accredited services handled by expert technicians. Now, if your MG vehicle experiences technical problems, you can have your unit serviced in the comfort of your own garage through the “Mobile Garage” service.
Special treatment doesn’t stop there as MG Philippines also features advanced service platforms including “One-Hour Max and Go”, which means a quick, one-hour basic preventive maintenance service, as well as a customer care hotline available 24/7. The British brand also comes with “MG HERO Service”, which provides 24/7 road assistance. There’s also a “Mobile Gadget” that allows users to pair their MG to a smartphone app so that they can monitor the car’s running stats and schedule a service appointment online.
As a new player in the Philippine automotive industry, MG Philippines made its nameplates impeccably stylish, fitted with advanced driver assists and safety features to represent the new era of MG.
If you want to see the latest MG vehicles up-close and in metal, you can visit the brand’s exciting pop-up stores below:
- November 17 to 30 — SM Lanang Premier, Upper Ground Floor
- November 19 to December 30 — SM General Santos, Atrium
- November 20 to December 19, 2018 — SM City Cebu, Lower Ground Floor
- November 24 to December 2 —SM City Cagayan De Oro, Ground Floor; Gaisano General Santos, Ground Floor
- November 25 to November 30 —Robinson’s Place Iloilo, Ground Floor
- November 26 to December 2 —SM City Iloilo, Ground Floor
- November 28 to December 5 — SM Megamall, Fashion Hall
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