Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Audi Malaysia Hari Raya Offers - 1 year insurance, 2 years free service and more.

Audi Malaysia have offers on most of their cars sold here with the exception of the Audi A4 and the A5 for this Hari Raya celebrations. 

This means that you can buy something like an Audi A3 1.4TFSI sedan for around RM186,000 and get 1 year free comprehensive insurance, 2 years free service (or up to 60,000km whichever comes first), 3 years GAP insurance (GAP insurance is an optional insurance coverage for newer cars that can be added to your collision insurance policy. It may pay the difference between the balance of a lease or loan due on a vehicle and what your insurance company pays if the car is considered a covered total loss.) and 4 years free warranty on the car itself.

This offer is till 31st July 2016. Terms and conditions obviously apply.

This festive season, drive home an Audi with four satisfying offers. With driving performance, sophisticated design and ultimate peace of mind, it’s all on the house, only at the Audi Open Haus™ Hari Raya Sales Event.
Drive home an Audi today and enjoy:

1 year Free Insurance
2 years Free Service
3 years Free GAP Insurance
4 years Free Warranty
Don't miss out, the offer ends 31st July.
More info at www.audi.com.my/offers or 1-800-22-AUDI (2834).
Terms and conditions apply. Free insurance: Free insurance coverage of 1 year up to the invoiced value of the vehicle purchased. Free service: Complimentary scheduled maintenance for 2 years or up to 60,000km (whichever comes first). Free GAP insurance: Free guaranteed value coverage of 3 years up to the invoiced value of the vehicle purchased. 4-year warranty: manufacturer’s warranty for 4 years or up to 120,000km (whichever comes first). Offer is not applicable for the Audi A4 and Audi A5 range. Specifications of models available locally may vary from models shown.
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