If you’re an overseas filipino worker (OFW) looking to buy a new car for your family, you’ll be in for a treat as Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has announced that they will be offering special packages on the all-new Vios exclusively for OFWs.
The special financing packages for OFWs on the Vios are being offered through Toyota Financial Services. Filipino workers overseas may avail of the Toyota Vios XE CVT variant for only Php 7,394 a month (50% down payment and 60 months to pay). Other flexible financing packages are also available for other variants of the Vios.
"Toyota recognizes the hardworking OFWs and seafarers who are doing noble work all over the world in order to provide their families a better life," said Cristina Arevalo, TMP's vice president for Brand and Product Planning Cluster. "We believe the Vios can be a valuable addition to their household - making it easier, safer and more comfortable for their family members to go to work or school or to just go places and bond as one family."
In order to avail of the special financing packages, OFWs and seafarers may visit the Toyota Vios display currently on-going at the SM Mall of Asia from February 21 to 22 and from February 25 to March 6 or at the Duty Free Philippines Fiesta Mall from February 25 to March 3. OFWs simply need to present their OWWA-issued ID or MARINA-issued seaman’s book, contract of employment, certificate of employment, last 3 months' pay slip and last 3 months' proof of remittance.
Toyota marketing professionals will be onsite to assists any OFW or seafarer in knowing more about the vehicle and the packages.
"With its reasonable maintenance cost and excellent resale value, Vios is seen as a wise investment option by those looking for their first car purchase or additional family or business vehicles,"added Arevalo.
To know more about the all-new Vios, visit the official website at toyota.com.ph or check out the Facebook page at facebook.com/ToyotaMotorPhilippines. For more information about the OFW packages, call the Toyota Customer Assistance Center at (02) 819-2912.