The Philippine’s newly imposed Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Law has affected the local automotive industry in general, but Autohub Group, owner of British United Automobiles Inc, the exclusive importer, distributor and dealer of MINI in the Philippines, remained unshaken, and announced that there is “No Price Hike” for all MINI stock units in the Philippines until June 15, 2018.
We support the government's initiatives to alleviate poverty and fast track development by funding infrastructure projects through TRAIN; however, we want the Filipino market to enjoy all MINI models at the same price they have been for a little while longer.
Aside from keeping the current prices intact, customers who buy a MINI from May 11 to 13, 2018, will be flying to the United Kingdom for free! This exclusive opportunity allows the new MINI car owners to experience the beautiful city of London, and see first-hand the production assembly of MINI at MINI Plant Oxford. A visit to any MINI dealer located in BGC, Alabang, or Cebu for the MINI Exclusive Midnight Deals will give interested customers more information about this free vacation to the UK.
From the first MINI – the MINI Mark 1 – the light, agile and iconic MINI vehicles have exemplified the best-in-class in the compact luxury market with the go- kart grip, variety of engine variants, and overall polished finish.
Whether you’re behind the wheel of a MINI One or a MINI Countryman or everyone’s favorite MINI Cooper, the small car ease and versatility make every MINI a joy to drive around the city and out-of-town. Safety is also at par with its performance, as its myriad features, includes advanced braking technology, electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD), cornering brake control (CBC) and Brake Assist.
The price for all MINI units will increase by up to 10-percent after June 15, 2018.
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