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Chevrolet PH is now luring buyers with low down payments

Not to mention free two-year preventive maintenance service

These brand-new Chevrolet vehicles are now available with temptingly low down payments. PHOTO FROM CHEVROLET

In the automotive industry, the name of the game these days is creative selling. With most people not really in the mood to purchase a brand-new vehicle in the coming months, carmakers are pulling out every trick in the bag just to convince customers to whip out that elusive checkbook. And so Chevrolet Philippines has launched a new sales promo called “Better Roads Ahead,” which runs until July 31, 2020. If the promo name sounds familiar, that’s because Toyota has its own program called “Better Days Ahead.”

Chevrolet’s way reeling in buyers consists of an all-in low down-payment deal and a free two-year preventive maintenance service package on all its products with the exception of the Suburban, the Tahoe, the Corvette and the Camaro.


  • 2019 4×2 LT MT – P38,000 all-in DP
  • 2020 4×2 LT AT – P48,000 all-in DP
  • 2020 4×2 Phoenix AT – P78,000 all-in DP
  • 2020 4×2 LTX AT – P128,000 all-in DP
  • 2020 4×4 Z71 AT – P138,000 all-in DP


  • 2020 4×2 LT AT – P48,000 all-in DP
  • 2020 4×2 LX AT – P58,000 all-in DP
  • 2020 4×2 Trail Boss AT – P78,000 all-in DP
  • 2020 4×2 LTX AT – P98,000 all-in DP
  • 2019 4×4 LTZ AT – P88,000 all-in DP
  • 2020 4×4 High Country Storm AT – P138,000 all-in DP


  • 2018 LT AT – 0% DP
  • 2019 LS AT – P25,000 all-in DP
  • 2019 LT AT – P48,000 all-in DP


  • 2020 LT MT – P25,000 all-in DP
  • 2020 Premier CVT – P38,000 all-in DP


  • 2018 LT MT – P38,000 all-in DP


  • 2019 LTZ AT – P108,000 all-in DP

More good news? Medical frontliners get to avail of an additional P20,000 discount during the promo period.

Other freebies bundled into the promo are comprehensive insurance, three-year LTO registration, and chattel mortgage.

Go check out a Chevrolet car today if you’re in the market for a new ride.

Vernon B. Sarne

Vernon is the founder and editor-in-chief of VISOR. He has been an automotive journalist since July 1995. He became one by serendipity, walking into the office of a small publishing company and applying for a position he had no idea was for a local car magazine. God has watched over him throughout his humble journey. He writes the ‘Spoiler’ column.