Nepal | January 23, 2020

Celebrate Dashain with a new set of wheels

Many four-wheeler brands open their doors to consumers with exciting offers and eye-catching discounts

Waro Basnet


Dashain and Tihar bring discounts and offers in its tow. This is that time of the year when consumers enjoy heavy discounts and attractive offers on most automobiles of their choice. If you’re looking to spend on a new set of four-wheelers then this is the right time to go ahead and make some purchase. Here are some of the auto brands in town that you must have a look at to not miss out of once-in-a-year offers.

Get lucky

Laxmi international, the sole authorised dealer of Hyundai automobiles in Nepal has introduced a festive offer called, ‘Hyundai festive Delight 2074’. Under this offer, the company has provided a cash discount up to Rs 500, 000 with one year free insurance. There are some other exciting prizes that include cash discount up to Rs 100, 000 through scratch card schemes; 100 lucky customers also gets a chance to win 10-gm gold, a trip to Dubai for 10 lucky couples is also on the cards. Customers also have a chance to bag the bumper prize —Elite i20 and Xcent — through a lucky draw contest. Three years warranty with four years free servicing along with free road tax for the current fiscal year and ownership transfer is also on offer.

Flexible finance

GO automobile, the sole authorised distributor of Ford, Nepal has launched ‘Cash ma Cash’ offer for the upcoming festive season. Under this offer, customer buying Ford vehicles will get a chance to get exciting free accessories of worth Rs 30,000. Customers will also get a huge cash discount of up to Rs 700,000 and receive a loyalty bonus if they exchange their existing Ford cars with a new ford model. The company is also offering flexible finance options with interest rate for loan at 8.99 per cent and finance up to 80 per cent for Ford buyers. This offer is applicable on all Ford vehicles and customers can avail of it on all Ford outlets across the country.

Each Ford customer will be given a unique code during the time of booking which will be eligible for a lucky draw contest. The winner will be picked through a computerised programme. Once the number is registered on the Ford Website, the system will automatically choose the winner.

Win gold

Sipradi Trading Pvt Ltd, the sole authorised distributor of Tata vehicles in Nepal, has announced their festive offer ‘Dashainma Dussai Tola’. There may not be cash prizes or bumper offers but buyers of Tata vehicles will have a sure chance of winning gold.

Offers galore

Agni Incorporated Pvt Ltd, authorised dealer of Mahindra, Nepal has announced their ‘BIG BIGGER BIGGEST OFFER’ for this Dashain and Tihar. Under this scheme, the company will offer scratch cards where customers have the chance to win one carat gold. The other exciting offer is the chance to win a Mahindra Mojo 300cc motorcycle, Mahindra e20 and XUV500 through eco-friendly bumper and premium bumper prizes.

Cash prize 

Pioneer motorcorp, authorised distributor of Datsun Nepal, has introduced an exciting offer — ‘Dashianmaya scheme.’ Under this scheme, there is a cash discount of upto Rs 225,000 for all buyers, a sure shot scratch card offer with a win of up to Rs 500,000, one year free insurance, an exchange facility with on the spot valuation plus loyalty bonus. A chance to win a brand new Redi- G0 through a lucky draw contest is also on offer; free accessories up to Rs 138,700 and free one year road tax with three years warranty and free service is also up for grabs.

Exciting exchange offer

Pooja international, the sole authorised dealer of Volkswagen in Nepal is taking the market by storm with its ‘Double Offer’ for all customers wishing to buy Volkswagen vehicles. The company is offering a cash discount of up to Rs 800,000. The company also has an exchange policy of Rs 200,000 on your old car. “We are excited to announce these offers. We hope our customers will enjoy our offers,” says Biraj Shrestha, Deputy Manager- Marketing, Pooja International Pvt Ltd.

A version of this article appears in print on September 19, 2017 of The Himalayan Times.

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