Local automakers are sprinkling incentives and offers on consumers to entice them to choose brand-new cars, despite sharply decreasing sales that have nearly hit a rock bottom.
Furthermore, although Lucky Motor Corporation (LMC), which assembles Kia vehicles in Pakistan, has already reduced the cost of those vehicles, it has not yet disclosed a price cut for Peugeot 2008 vehicles, which are made on the same premises. Nevertheless, LMC has developed an 18-month 0% interest installment plan for both Peugeot 2008 models, giving buyers the opportunity to buy the car at rather difficult monthly payments.
Because the firm states that the installment plan, which is available for both the Active and Allure varieties, has 0% markup, customers don't have to worry about making big interest payments. To begin the procedure, go to the closest Peugeot dealership.
For the Peugeot 2008 Active and Peugeot 2008 Allure, the down payment is Rs. 3,525,000 and Rs. 3,900,000, respectively. The monthly installments follow. For the Peugeot 2008 Active and Peugeot 2008 Allure, the purchaser would pay 18 equal monthly installments of Rs. 195,833 and Rs. 216,667, respectively.
It is important to note that the insurance and tracker fees, which total Rs. 179,426 for the Active and Rs. 191,389 for the Allure, are not included in the aforesaid payments. Additionally, the buyer is responsible for paying the car registration charge, which is Rs. 200,000 for Allure and Rs. 190,000 for Active.
For those who can afford to pay up to Rs 2.17 lac per month for the first 18 months and a down payment of around Rs 4 million, this offer may be compelling.
Peugeot pricing may not have been lowered since LMC has always attempted to present the automobile as a premium brand in Pakistan; instead, the business has opted for a zero markup payment plan. We will have to wait and see if this is a wise decision for the corporation.