Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM) offers up to RM10,000 off new models as company remains unaffected by stock shortage
While carmakers the world over rue lower production numbers and stock shortages due to lockdown-affected supply chains and semiconductor shortages, Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM) claims that it remains unaffected by such factors, with no waiting period needed 'as there are available units at dealerships'.
In a bid to move this stock as businesses reopen in the automotive sector, the company is offering up to RM10,000 off new models in savings and rebates.
As part of VPCM's 'Reopening Specials' buyers can enjoy one-year free insurance, an online rebate worth RM3,500 and additional savings worth up to RM6,500 for the Passat Elegance, RM5,500 for the Passat R-Line and RM2,000 for the Tiguan Allspace Highline.
Buyers are also encouraged to capitalise on the full sales tax exemption for VPCM's locally-assembled models that runs until the end of the year.
In accordance with the government's latest standard operating procedures, fully vaccinated individuals are now allowed to visit showrooms and those in phase 2 states such as Selangor are now allowed to participate in test drives.