MG Vehicles Not Yet Affected By DTI's Safeguard Bond Until May 15

MG Vehicles Not Yet Affected By DTI’s Safeguard Bond Until May 15

MG Philippines will not yet increases its prices until May 15, 2021. Better get you dream MG now before the price increase.

MG Philippines will not collect and require an additional deposit from clients to cover the provisional safeguard measure bond as mandated by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) for all purchases until May 15, 2021. TCCCI has elected not to pass on the additional cost of the provisional safeguard measure to its customers, thereby preserving the existing total cash price per vehicle. Until the aforementioned date, MG Philippines’ will retain the SRP on all locally available MG vehicles, allowing its clients the flexibility to purchase their new British heritage MGs without any additional fees.

MG vehicles covered by this limited offer include the popular MG ZS Crossover SUV; the head-turning and sporty MG 6 Fastback Sedan; the versatile and powerful RX5 SUV; and the MG 5 sedan that’s big in comfort and big in features, and a punch-up choice in its segment. Across the line among these MG models, customers can enjoy advanced, easy-to-use features including touch screen infotainment systems, 360-degree camera view, panoramic sunroofs, automatic LED headlights, traction control, and hill start assist just to name a few.

See below for the full line-up of vehicles available from MG Philippines, and their respective SRPs: 

“We are happy to share that TCCCI will continue to support the motoring needs of the market by not collecting an additional fee to cover the Safeguard Measure Bond as issued by the DTI. We would like to continue providing our clients with affordable offers by retaining the current standard retail prices on all MG models and variants until May 15, 2021,” says Atty. Alberto B. Arcilla, President and CEO of MG Philippines. He continues: “As the local economy and industry continue to recover and strengthen, MG Philippines remains committed to giving Filipinos access to well designed, safe, attainable, and modern mobility solutions.” 

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