“Our sales figures have grown significantly every year, and the bulk of the growth can be attributed to the entry of our large vehicles, namely the Chevrolet Colorado and Trailblazer,” said Chevrolet Phils. President lawyer Albert Arcilla. “To show our appreciation, we are providing easy payment plans, discount on accessories and cash discounts for cash purchases.”
Chevrolet said its truck campaign will run until the end of July. Buyers can avail of an all-in low down-payment of P138,000 for the Colorado 4×2 M/T, or a 10-percent discount on accessories for the Captiva, Colorado and Trailblazer.
All-in low down-payment packages include free three-year LTO registration, chattel mortgage and one-year comprehensive insurance coverage. Besides a free three-year roadside assistance service, the Captiva comes with a five-year warranty while the Colorado and Trailblazer get a three-year overall warranty and an additional two-year warranty for their power train.
The Trailblazer SUV provides exceptional riding comfort and class-leading safety features that include dynamic brake distribution, panic brake assist, cornering brake control, hill start assist and hill descent control, Chevrolet said, noting the 2013 Captiva has an upgraded six-speed transmission with Eco mode, which make it more fuel-efficient. The vehicle’s 2.0-liter engine now also makes 163 horsepower, up from 140 horsepower.
For more information, log on to www.chevrolet.com.ph.