volkswagen celebrates full reopening with up to rm10,000 special offers

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KUALA LUMPUR: Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM) says all of its Volkswagen dealerships have resumed operations in line with the government's National Recovery Plan (NRP).

Showrooms nationwide are now open to individuals who have completed their vaccinations, and in strict adherence to the latest set of standard operating procedures (SOPs) released by the government and #SafeHands measures.

As an added safety precaution, only fully-vaccinated sales consultants will serve customers.

In celebration of this the company is offering exclusive deals that include 1-year free insurance, RM3,500 online rebate, and additional savings of up to RM6,500 for the Passat Elegance. The Passat R-Line comes with 1-year free petrol, RM3,500 online rebate, and additional savings of RM5,500. Tiguan Allspace Highline customers will enjoy RM3,500 online rebate and additional RM2,000 savings.

VPCM says its car production in Malaysia is currently unaffected by the global shortage of semiconductors. There is no waiting period for any model as there are available units at dealerships.

Test drive is also allowed for fully-vaccinated individuals in accordance with the most recent SOPs for states in phase 2 of NRP. All models in the Volkswagen line-up including the recently launched Arteon R-Line 4MOTION are available for test drive.

Additionally, Volkswagen dealerships will be hosting a virtual showroom event for the upcoming Malaysia Day long weekend from Sept 16 to 19. Customers may tune in to the respective dealership's social media channels to learn about the models and latest offers.

© New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd

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