MACC joins list of companies with Volkswagen Santana fleet
MAN Automotive Concessionaires Corporation (MACC) recently became the third company in the Philippines to choose the Santana sub-compact sedan for its corporate fleet.
Last October, Volkswagen Philippines turned over Santana units to MACC - the exclusive Philippine importer, distributor and aftersales provider of MAN trucks and buses since 1989, who maintains the largest facilities of any MAN dealer in Asia with its two MAN Truck & Bus service centers.
In July, Volkswagen Philippines also turned over Santana units to the pioneering home construction and renovation store CW Home Depot for the use of its top sales performers. Then, also in October, another batch was acquired by the country's largest car rental company Diamond Rent-A-Car.
By choosing the Santana, MANN's fleet now enjoys world-class German automotive craftsmanship, design, and engineering and the prestige of the premium Volkswagen driving lifestyle stamped into every vehicle; the ease of use and maintenance, enhancing its value-for-money, and; the Santana's efficient yet powerful engine, practically a must for every company aiming to minimize the operating costs and downtimes of its fleet.
The Volkswagen Santana is the most affordable European car brand available in the market, powered by an efficient 1.4-liter Multi-Point Injection (MPI) 4-cylinder gasoline engine mated to a 5-speed manual transmission, with a maximum power output of 90 Ps at 5,500rpm and maximum torque of 132 Nm at 3,800rpm. For passenger comfort, the Santana features power outer mirrors, keyless entry, and long wheelbase – translating to more space for the driver and passengers.
Safety highlights include ISOFIX anchorage points (mounting fixture for two child seats on rear seat bench), Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), and immobilizer. With an SRP of only P686,000, the Santana provides the opportunity for more hardworking Filipinos to experience the premium Volkswagen driving lifestyle and motivating them to excel even more in their work.
These three businesses who have acquired Santana units get an additional advantage of a worry-free maintenance experience with the Santana, as the warranty coverage is comprehensive.
Aside from the 3 years or 100,000-km general warranty, whichever comes first, Volkswagen Philippines also offers a 3-year warranty for paint and another 3-year warranty for through-corrosion of the main steel body structure.
The periodic maintenance service (PMS) interval schedule of the Santana is once a year, or every 10,000 kms, whichever comes first. This is more convenient and more cost-efficient compared to the industry-standard 5,000-km PMS interval, and thus also gives more time for the corporate team to focus more on servicing their customers' needs than on their vehicles' upkeep.
For more information on the Santana and other vehicles in Volkswagen Philippines' roster, log on to www.volkswagen.com.ph, or visit any of the eight Volkswagen dealerships in the Philippines.