On March 16, VinFast sales consultants simultaneously offered to sell Fadil at a deeply reduced price. Specifically, 3 versions: Standard, Advanced and Premium have the common price of 342.5 million VND, 364.1 million VND and 409.1 million VND respectively. There are even dealers offering the Standard version for 335 million VND. The program is applied in March with a limited number.
This is information from some VinFast dealers. Currently, the Vietnamese car company has not released official information about adjusting the listed price or confirming the above information.
VinFast Fadil continues to fall deeply in Vietnam. Photo: The Anh.
According to sales consultants, this is a promotional program in addition to the sales policy in March. The car is being reduced by 10% of the car value, 10 million VND in cash from the beginning of the month, and this time continues to reduce further. 30 million dong in cash, making the selling price 83-90 million dong lower than the listed price.
In addition, buying VinFast Fadil at this time, customers also enjoy a 50% discount on registration fees until May 31. Currently, the standard version of Fadil for registration of the provincial sea is only about 366 million VND.
With a preferential price, VinFast Fadil continues to have an advantage over rivals in the A-class hatchback segment, including Hyundai Grand i10 (360-455 million VND), Kia Morning (439 million VND), Honda Brio (418-448 VND) million dong) and Toyota Wigo (352-385 million dong). In 2021, VinFast Fadil ranked first in Vietnam’s automobile market for the first time with 24,128 vehicles thanks to “strong hand” discount and incentive programs.
In the segment, VinFast Fadil is the only model equipped with1.4L engine, for 98 horsepower and 128 horsepower torque, CVT gearbox and front-wheel drive system. Meanwhile, rivals mainly use 1.2L engine with lower power. Safety technology includes: ABS, EBD, electronic balance, support for slope departure, anti-roll, reverse sensor, reverse camera and 6 airbags system.
The Vietnamese-branded hatchback model focuses on individual customers and first-time car buyers like Honda Brio and Kia Morning, while Toyota Wigo and Hyundai Grand i10 are favored by taxi businesses, technology taxi drivers, and business owners. transportation service business.
At the CES 2022 exhibition that took place earlier this year, VinFast said it would Stop producing cars with internal combustion engines from the end of the year, then switch to pure electric vehicle production. Vietnamese car company applies a 10-year warranty policy for gasoline cars, including Fadil, Lux A2.0, Lux SA2.0 and President.
VinFast’s pure electric vehicle lines include: VF e34 (supposedly sold only in Vietnam) and series from VF5 to VF9 (concentrated in the international market but can be sold in Vietnam).
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