Here’s your chance to own a Volkswagen

Updated Apr 20, 2021 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

Cash discounts of as much as P200K are up for grabs.

Volkswagen Philippines is handing out huge cash discounts on its vehicles including the Santana, Santana GTS, Lavida, and Lamando, as part of its ‘Volkswagen Hot Hot Sale’ summer promo. The cash discounts from the German carmaker will run until the end of May only.

The brand’s entry-level vehicle, the Santana subcompact sedan, is offered with a Php 87,000 discount for the base MPI MT variant. A Php 184,000 discount is up for grabs for the 180 MPI AT S variant, and Php 95,000 discount for the top-spec 180 MPI AT SE. As a result, the base variant can now be yours at Php 599,000, while the mid-spec for Php 745,000, and Php 898,000 for the top-spec.

Volkswagen PH summer deal

Volkswagen Philippines' summer promo

If you’re looking for a car that offers more space, the Santana GTS Station Wagon should be on your list. Under the ‘Volkswagen Hot Hot Sale’ promo, the sole GTS 180 MPI AT SE variant is now priced at Php 999,000 after a Php 30,000 price cut.

The Volkswagen Lavida compact sedan is also included under the brand’s summer promo. Its original price of Php 1,171,000 is reduced to just Php 971,000 thanks to a whopping Php 200,000 cash discount. This variant comes with a 1.4-liter gasoline engine that delivers 128 hp and 225 Nm of torque. The engine is coupled to a direct-shift gearbox (DSG).

Volkswagen Lavida front view

The Volkswagen Lavida offers the biggest discount

Lastly, the said promo offers the Volkswagen Lamando’s base 280 TSI DSG SE variant and top-spec 280 TSI DSG SEL variant with a cash discount of Php 40,000 and Php 44,000, respectively. You can now drive home the base variant for Php 1,569,000 and top-spec for Php 1,703,000.

On top of the promo, Volkswagen Philippines is including the said vehicles with a comprehensive 3-year or 100,000 km warranty coverage, whichever comes first. Other after-sales services such as once-a-year preventive maintenance service, or every 10,000 kilometer, whichever comes first, and a 24/7 emergency roadside assistance (ERA) are also included.

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Know more about Volkswagen Santana

Volkswagen Santana

The Volkswagen Santana is a German-engineered, subcompact sedan that slots as the replacement for the VW Polo in the Philippines. This model has carried different nameplates since its release in 1984 when Volkswagen launched a three-box sedan. The subcompact sedan is based on the second-generation Passat. Physically, the Santana looks similar to the Volkswagen Jetta. Details such as the headlights and chrome-accented grille are almost identical to that of its compact counterpart’s bumper. The launch of the Volkswagen Santana was aimed to compete with existing subcompact sedans launched by other automotive manufacturers, such as the Toyota Vios and the Honda City. The cabin still has the signature Volkswagen feel and aesthetic with its three-spoke steering wheel. A height adjustment feature for the driver’s seat was added for more comfortable driving. Further on improving the driving experience, the Santana offers an adjustable steering column that allows you to position the steering wheel at a specific height and distance from the body. Additionally, incorporated in the air conditioning system is an improved pollen filter. One of the Santana’s most unique features is that maintenance only needs to be done once a year, at every 10,000 kilometers mileage.

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Rex Sanchez

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Rex started off his career in the aviation industry before entering Philkotse as a staff writer. Two things excite him the most: first is staying up to speed with the latest news in the industry that uses engines as their heart and soul. The second is imparting them in a well-detailed manner. His passion for anything with wheels started when he was young – from Tamiyas to family-friendly sedans, and anything in between.

Someday, Rex only wishes to drive on random highways with friends in a third-gen Mitsubishi Delica with aftermarket sunroofs, if he couldn’t get the Starwagon Super Exceed edition.

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