Booking a test drive is one thing. Winning big prizes for just booking a test drive is something else.
Geely Philippines is stepping on the gas literally to make sure more potential customers will get their hands on the wheel of its newest offering, the Okavango MPV.
Sojitz G Auto Philippines (SGAP), the local distributor of what is now the fastest growing automotive brand in the country, just announced that it is going big with its test drive promo this May.
Dubbed as “Go BIG with Your Test Drive” promo, BIG is actually an acronym describing its Okavango crossover model which Geely calls it as a Bold, Ingenious and Gorgeous (BIG) vehicle and as much as 80 potential buyers who wish to book an Okavango test drive in any of its Geely dealerships nationwide will have a chance to win an Apple Watch, CTEK MXS 5.0 bundle, and P5,000 worth of Shell fuel card. SGAP will draw 5 lucky winners for each Geely dealership.
The Okavango is the latest vehicle introduced by SGAP and it falls into a sweet spot in a segment which provides the best features of an SUV and an MPV all into a single 7-seater crossover. Powering the Okavango is a 1.5 liter turbocharged engine that was jointly developed by Geely and Volvo and is mated to a 7-speed wet-type dual clutch transmission. Aside from this, the Okavango features a mild hybrid system called the 48V Electric Motor Synergy (EMS) technology that uses an electric motor to further boost the vehicle performance and at the same time enhances fuel efficiency.
To join the Go BIG Test Drive promo simply just log on to www.geelyph.com and book a test drive by filling out the form online and choose the preferred dealer on where to take the test drive. To become eligible for the raffle, simply complete the test drive by visiting the dealership and test drive the Geely Okavango with no obligation to purchase the vehicle.
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Alvin Uy wears many hats, foremost among them being an executive for a home improvement chain and real estate developer and part of a family-owned chemical business. Aside from writing about motoring news and car reviews, he loves to write about traveling, food and wine reviews, mechanical timepieces and classic cars.