Chery Auto PH will continue shouldering safeguard bonds for customers
Those looking for a brand new vehicle will be glad to know that several brands have yet to increase the prices on their models. One of them is Chery Auto Philippines (CAP), and they recently announced that prices will not be going up anytime soon.
Despite other automakers imposing price hikes due to the DTI’s safeguard bond, CAP said that they have extended their no price hike policy for the month of May. The move ensures customers will be able to afford any of their crossovers.
“The ones who want a Chery shall have a Chery - and we hope that the thousands of pesos that they could save from this program can make things light and easy,” said Rommel Sytin, president of CAP.
For the entire month of May, CAP will continue to absorb the safeguard bonds on every model. This means the Tiggo 2, Tiggo 5X, Tiggo 7 Pro, and the Tiggo 8 will retain their SRP since last month.
Listed below are the prices of each Tiggo model.
|Tiggo 2 M/T
|Tiggo 2 A/T
|Tiggo 2 Two-Tone A/T
|Tiggo 5X M/T
|Tiggo 5X A/T
|Tiggo 5X Luxury A/T
|Tiggo 7 Pro A/T
|Tiggo 8 Luxury A/T
|Tiggo 8 Luxury EX A/T
“We will continue to make the Chery experience exceptional from pre-sale, actual purchase, service, and even customer relations. We are not stopping,” added Sytin.
If you’ve been eyeing a brand new crossover, Chery’s wide selection of Tiggo models could pique your interest. From the humble Tiggo 2 to the top-of-the-line Tiggo 8, there’s a Chery Tiggo available for all.