Geely PH Goes B.I.G. with Okavango

posted May 07, 2021 at 09:40 pm
by  Manila Standard
In its latest campaign, Sojitz G Auto Philippines (SGAP) is going big with its test drive promo starting this May. BIG as in Bold, Ingenious, and Gorgeous  referring to the Geely Okavango, the latest vehicle introduced by SGAP in the market which provides the best features of an SUV and an MPV into a single 7-seater crossover. 

Dubbed as Go BIG with Your Test Drive promo, customers who will book an Okavango test drive in any Geely dealerships nationwide from May to end June 2021 will have a chance to win Apple Watch, CTEK MXS 5.0 bundle, and P5,000 worth of Shell fuel card. These exciting prizes await 80 winners. SGAP will draw 5 lucky winners per Geely dealership.  

Geely Okavango

 Those who will avail of the test drive will be welcomed with the Geely Okavango’s ‘Wonderfully Distinct’ features in terms of space, technology, design, power, and safety to elevate the driving experience. Driving and riding will be lot easier and comfortable with the Okavango’s vast interior where adults can seat comfortably in all three rows. 

A very exciting and spirited ride await the Okavango passengers with its outstanding power and technology, a 1.5L Turbo engine that was jointly developed by Geely and Volvo that perfectly matches with a 7-speed wet-type dual clutch transmission.  Plus, all Okavango units are equipped with a mild hybrid system called the 48V Electric Motor Synergy (EMS) technology that further boosts the vehicle performance and enhances fuel efficiency.

Participating in this promo is easy:

Go to www.geelyph.com and choose book a test drive to fill out a form.  Customers can choose preferred dealer to where to take the test drive. 

Complete the test drive by visiting the preferred dealership to test drive the Geely Okavango.

Topics: Sojitz G Auto Philippines , Geely , B.I.G. , Bold , Ingenious , and Gorgeous , Geely Okavango
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