Volkswagen, Maxus dishes out exclusive discounts to uniformed personnel until Dec. 31

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Two Ayala-backed automotive brands in the country are offering attractive payment terms to the country’s armed personnel until December 31.


  • What are the two automotive brands that participated in the Ayala Group's Saludo sa Serbisyo initiative for 2022.

    Volkswagen and Maxus, whose distributorships are under the AC Motors, joined the Ayala Group's initiative.
  • Who can avail the discounted offerings under the aforementioned promo?

    The promo is accorded to the active and retired personnel from the Bureau of Fire Protection, Armed Forces of the Philippines, Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, Philippine Coast Guard, and Philippine National Police.
  • In their respective announcements, Volkswagen Philippines and Maxus Philippines are giving discounts for their respective product line under the “Saludo sa Serbisyo” program. The aforementioned program is a needs-based program initiative of the Ayala Group of companies.

    The promo is exclusive to the active and retired personnel from the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP), the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP), the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG), and the Philippine National Police (PNP).

    Volkswagen Santana

    The Volkswagen Santana MPI MT (suggested retail price [SRP> is P686,000) can be had with a P151,000-discount for a net price of P535,000. Both the Santana 180 MPI AT S and SE (original SRP are P805,000 and P948,000, respectively) are offered with a price slash of P85,000. The Santana GTS 180 MPI AT SE (originally wearing a P1.029-million price tag) can be enjoyed with a P49,000-discount for a net SRP of P980,000.

    Volkswagen Lavida

    Under the same promo, the Volkswagen Lavida 230 TSI DSG SE is retailed for P903,000 — a P348,000-reduction from its original price of P1.251 million. A P140,000-savings await buyers of the Lamando 280 TSI DSG SE and SEL trims, selling the vehicles for P1.479 million and P1.613 million respectively.

    Volkswagen T-Cross

    Meanwhile, the Volkswagen 2022 T-Cross 180 MPI AT SE with Active Info Display (AID) is offered to the men and women in uniform with a P57,000-discount, bringing the price down to P1.283 million.

    On the other hand, 2020 Maxus G10 Elite now has a discounted price of P1.695 million as the company is giving its targeted clients a P195,000-reduction on its original price of P1.89 million.

    Maxus V80 Comfort

    The 2019 Maxus V80 2.5 MT Comfort now has a net price of P1.415 million, the Transport 18-seater for P1.233 million, and the 2.5 MT Flex option for P1.025 million.

    Maxus G50

    Further, the 2021 Maxus G50 1.5 AT Premium can be availed for a net SRP of P1.273 million; its Pro iteration, for P1.061 million; and the Elite variant, at P1.141 million. The 2020 model year of the Maxus G50 1.3 MT Comfort can be acquired for only 933,000. 

    Lastly, the 2021 Maxus D60 1.5 AT Pro is now only at P1.121 million and its Elite trim, P1.243 million.

    Maxus D60 Elite

    The aforementioned models are packaged with worry-free aftersales services such as its 100,000-kilometer or three-year warranty coverage program (up to five years for the Maxus G50 and D60) and free one-year, round-the-clock Emergency Roadside Assistance (ERA).

     Photos from AC Motors, Volkswagen Philippines, Maxus Philippines

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