Kia PH extends Worth the Drive Deals promo anew
The local arm for Korean vehicle maker Kia is wearing the yuletide spirit alright, and they are planning to bring more joy to car buyers.
To put more fireworks on the last quarter of the disaster-riddled 2020 and continue to their momentum that they have developed during the early part of second half this year, Kia Philippines—an Ayala-backed automotive distributor in the country—has prolonged their Worth the Drive Deals up the end of October.
Through the help of its banks partners such as BDO Unibank (BDO), BPI Family Savings Bank (BPI FSB), Chinabank Savings (CBS), East West Bank Corporation (EWBC), PNB Savings (PNB), PS Bank (PSB), Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC) and Security Bank Corporation (SBC), Kia’s Worth the Drive Deals serves its wide range of vehicle offerings with various payment options: low down payment, monthly amortization terms or hefty cash discounts, giving customers more flexibility in acquiring their dream Kia model.
If you are eyeing for one of the well-loved models (be it a Soluto, Seltos, Sportage, Grand Carnival or K2500), you are in for a treat as these are now easier to bring home with the latest payment schemes from Kia.
The subcompact sedan Soluto LX MT can be driven home under a monthly scheme of P12,094 or down payment of P16,000. Should you purchase it on cash, you can enjoy a P40,000 discount.
The Kia Seltos LX AT subcompact SUV, which was just launched late last year, has a P50,000 cash discount or a zero-interest monthly amortization up to 18 months option. Seltos customers may also want to take the five-year low monthly scheme of P19,968 or low down payment of P38,000.
The Kia Sportage—both the LX Gasoline and Diesel variants—is being offered on a no-down payment or no-interest term (up to 60 months).
The Sportage LX Gas buyers can enjoy a P250,000 price slash for cash payments while the LX Diesel variety, P300,000 cash cut. Those who want to get in through low monthly terms, they would only have to pay P23,460 and P28,097 for the base and mid-grade, respectively.
Further, Grand Carnival LX 11-seater can be acquired through the zero interest up to 24 months or with a P120,000 price discount. Aside from that, payment terms of P36,281 monthly for 60 months or low down of P32,000 are also available for Kia’s minivan.
The K2500 4x2 KARGA Plus Protect is now on retail with a low down payment option of P28,000 or a cash discount of P60,000 or low monthly of P20,186.
To check the full list of offers of Kia for the whole month of October, see the table below.
Should you wish to get the 2021 Kia Stonic (which will be officially unveiled on October 15) you have the chance to get a discounted rate of P675,000 for its base model LXT MT, P785,000 for the mid-range LX AT and P875,000 for the top-grade EX AT— an introductory pre-launch price that will be accorded to those who will reserve until the official launch.
To note, all Kia vehicles have a five-year warranty or 160,000 kilometers (kms), whichever comes first for all models (except for K2500 which has a three-year warranty or 110,000 kms).
Further, buyers are also eligible for the 24/7 Roadside Assistance- Free for 5 years, which includes Emergency Towing, Minor Onsite Repair, Medical Assistance, Personal Assistance and Information Service.
Photo/s from Kia Philippines, Ruben D. Manahan IV