Kia PH wants you to own a Picanto with P1,000 downpayment

Jul 10, 2020 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates
You might want to see this if you are looking for a car during these trying times.

The country’s economy has been highly devastated by the continuous negative effects of the COVID-19 crisis. In fact, two of the major contributors to the country’s economy, the OFWs and the BPO industry, are highly affected.

In addition, the local auto industry’s vehicle sales have been affected with a 52 percent plunged year-on-year.

However, this motivated Kia Philippines to further use its “Power to Surprise” that will help ease the COVID-19’s effects in the country. The Korean carmaker said it sees the situation as an opportunity for growth and a way to contribute to the local economy.

A red Picanto on the road

Get around town with Kia's entry-level vehicle

Kia Philippines then promotes the Kia Picanto and Soluto as the perfect vehicles for daily drives and for those looking for affordable personal transport.

For the month of July, the Kia Picanto is offered with either a Php 1,000 low down payment or a Php 12,115 low monthly payment, while the Kia Soluto is offered with either a Php 16,000 low down payment or a Php 13,655 low monthly payment.

These vehicles are backed by a 5-year or 160,000 km warranty and a 24/7 Emergency Road Assistance. Kia Philippines, however, clarified that these offers are exclusive to BPI Family Savings bank.

Front view of a Soluto

Or maybe with a Soluto?

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Another contribution Kia Philippines is providing is expanding its network in order to reach out to more Filipinos, opening four new dealerships by the 3rd quarter of 2020. These include Kia Marikina, Kia Fairview, Kia Isabela, and Kia Bonifacio Global City.

“The coronavirus and lockdown may have taken their toll on the local and global economy. Yet, we at Kia Philippines, are confident that we will overcome these with sales and aftersales initiatives, continued expansion of our dealer network, entering into the digital age with a virtual showroom, and unboxing of an all-new model” says Manny Aligada, president of Kia Philippines. He further adds, “all these are designed to not only jumpstart our brand but the economy as well.”

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