Best Ramadan car deals in the UAE
Car dealers across the UAE are offering deals for Ramadan 2016. Here are some of the best announced so far:
CHRYSLER, JEEP, DODGE and RAM
Trading Enterprises’ has a promotion on selected models at its Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and RAM showrooms.
The promotion includes five years/100,000km servicing, five years/100,000km warranty and five years’ roadside assistance.
The firm is also offering a purchase plan where you can buy now but there are no monthly installments until October.
In addition, Trading Entreprises also has a special edition Jeep Wrangler MOPAR available to buy.
Porsche Centre Dubai, Sharjah and Fujairah is offering a customisable package of privileges on the Cayenne and Panamera models during the Holy Month of Ramadan. The offers include monthly instalments starting from Dhs2,445 on the Cayenne and Dhs3,333 on the Panamera, interest rates starting from 0 per cent, bespoke service packages, privileges on Porsche Worldwide Warranty, preferential insurance benefits and trade-in benefits.
Meanwhile, customers at the Porsche Pre Owned Centre Dubai can choose their certified Pre-Owned Porsche model with a 111-point check and benefits including interest rates starting at 0 per cent, complimentary service packages, various down payment options, 120 days deferred payment, complimentary extended warranty and trade in benefits.
Gargash Enterprises has deals this Ramadan on selected models.
The E 300 is being offered for Dhs199,000, while the GL 500 is on offer for Dhs299,000 and the S 400 at Dhs399,000.
The firm is also offering three years or 45,000km integrated service package and warranty.
Ramadan working hours for Gargash showrooms are Saturday to Thursday, 9.30am – 2pm and 9pm to 12am.
Al Habtoor Motors says Mitsubishi customers who choose to buy a brand new 2016 Pajero, Lancer EX, Outlander, Montero Sport, L200 or Mirage get the chance to win one of 20 Mirage cars.
Pajero customers also benefit from deferred payment where repayments start from January 2017. Al Habtoor Motors will also pay three instalments in 2016, plus customers get free Insurance, five years or 100,000km warranty, servicing up to 30,000km, LLumar window tinting and Scotchgard protection.
There are Ramadan prices on the various models, including the Pajero from Dhs89,900, the Lancer EX from Dhs40,500, the Outlander SUV from Dhs71,000, the Montero Sport from Dhs84,900, the L200 pick-up from Dhs49,900 and the Mirage from Dhs37,900.
Trading Enterprises – Volvo is offering savings of up to Dhs10,000, while customers will also receive three year/60,000km servicing, five year/100,000km warranty, five-year road side assistance and first repayment due in October.
The Ramadan offer is available on the 2016 V40 T5 R-Design, now priced at Dhs99,000, S60 T5 R-Design for Dhs124,900 and the XC60 T5 Momentum for Dhs134,900.
The XC90 comes with standard three years unlimited kilometres warranty and 3 years road-side assistance and starts at Dhs259,900, while the 2016 Volvo S60 and V60 Polestars are now available with savings of up to Dhs30,000 – starting at Dhs179,900. The Polestars come with standard three years unlimited kilometres warranty and three years road-side assistance.
AL Futtaim Motors is offering Ramadan Upgrades on some Toyota vehicles, including the Land Cruiser, RAV4, Corolla, Toyota 86, Avalon, Camry, Yaris Hatchback and Sedan.
The firm said the programme offers up to Dhs29,000 worth of benefits and a unique model upgrade. Customers who buy their cars during the Holy Month will also receive electronic gifts.
For example, one option is a free upgrade from a Corolla to RAV4, while remote engine starter, leather seats, rear seats entertainment system, roof spoiler and front bumper guard of a Land Cruiser GXR is available for the lower EXR grade.
During the Holy Month, Toyota showrooms will be open from 9am to 2pm, and 8.30pm to 12am, Saturday through Thursday, except Al Badia showroom, which will open from 9am to 5pm. Toyota Dubai Airport Road showroom, Sheikh Zayed Road showroom, Dubai Festival City showroom, and the new The Wave facility in Abu Dhabi will also open on Friday from 8.30 pm to 11.30pm.
Arabian Automobiles is giving away ‘rewards’ to Nissan customers during Ramadan. Each customer will receive a reward ranging in value from Dhs1,000 to Dhs100,000.
In addition, customers also get free servicing up to 100,000km, free insurance for one year, five years unlimited mileage warranty and up to Dhs5,000 on top of the market value of their old car if they trade in.
The Ramadan offer is available at Arabian Automobiles showrooms in Dubai, Sharjah and the Northern Emirates. Showroom timings during the Holy Month are Saturday to Thursday, 9am to 3pm and 8.30pm to 11.30pm and on Fridays from 8.30pm to 11.30pm.
Al Nabooda Automobiles showrooms in Dubai, Sharjah and Fujairah have deals on selected Audi models, including the Audi A6, Q7 and the Audi TT as part of its Audi Extra campaign.
Customers get 0 per cent finance, a five-year or 105,000km service package, a five-year or 105,000km maintenance package, a three-year warranty plan and three years of 24-hour roadside assistance, as well as a 120 deferred holiday payment plan.
BMW and MINI
AGMC, the BMW importer for Dubai, Sharjah and the Northern Emirates, has Ramadan offers on new and pre-owned BMW and MINI models as well as accessories and BMW Motorcycles.
The offers include 15 per cent towards the down payment on new models and 18 per cent if customers choose to finance their vehicle with BMW Albatha Finance.
Customers can also take advantage of 40 per cent savings on BMW and MINI lifestyle accessories, excluding watches and bikes.
On pre-owned BMW cars, AGMC is offering free first-year insurance, free car registration and a 1.49 per cent interest.
Meanwhile, there is a two-year or 150,000km extended warranty on all BMW Motorrad motorcycles alongside 40 per cent off all items available in the BMW Motorcycle clothing range.
Ramadan working hours at AGMC dealerhips will be Saturday to Friday, from 10am – 2pm and from 9pm –12am.
Al-Futtaim Honda has Dhs5 million in discounts to offer across the Honda range of new cars, bikes, certified pre-owned vehicles and after-sales.
On new cars, savings range from Dhs3,000 for the 2016 Civic to a whopping Dhs16,000 off the Odyssey. Other savings include the Accord at Dhs79,900 (saving Dhs7,000) and the Pilot for Dhs119,900 (was Dhs129,000).
There are also savings on bikes. The recently launched Africa Twin is now Dhs49,900 (was Dhs54,900) while the Valkyrie 1800 is down Dhs14,000 at Dhs74,900.
There are also after-sales deals, such as on accessory packages, tyres and window tinting.
Al-Futtaim Motors launched Ramadan Rewards by Lexus – paying 100 per cent of the down payment for the customer.
The offer applies to a range of the brand’s 2016 model year sedans and SUVs, including Lexus RC 350, RC F, ES 250/350, GS 350, GS F, LS 460, GX and RX 450h.
Customers looking for other 2016 Lexus models will get part of the down payment covered.
During the Holy Month, Lexus showrooms across the UAE will open Saturday through Thursday, from 9am to 2pm then from 8.30pm to 11.30pm. Showrooms in Dubai and Abu Dhabi will also open on Friday from 8.30pm to 11.30pm.
Al Nabooda Automobiles has Volkswagen Ramadan packages available in Dubai, Sharjah and Fujairah showrooms.
The firm is offering 0 per cent interest for up to five years on a range of Volkswagen models – both new and pre-owned. One year free insurance, complimentary vehicle registration, three years free service up to 45,000km and three years roadside assistance will all be offered on selected models, including the Touareg, Passat, Tiguan and Golf.
A 90-day deferred payment option will also be applicable to all customers.
Also, customers who choose to pay in cash will benefit from selected discounts. The offers will be available until the end of the Holy Month.
Arabian Automobiles, the dealer for Infiniti in Dubai, Sharjah and the Northern Emirates, says it will pay a 10 per cent down payment for customers buying new cars.
Customers will also get a scratch and win card for the chance to win an additional 2 per cent, 4 per cent or 6 per cent down payment, or the chance to get the value of their car back.
Customers purchasing a new Infiniti during Ramadan will also get the total assurance package, which includes two years’ complimentary service, one year complimentary insurance and a five-year extended warranty.
Arabian Automobiles’ Ramadan offer is available across its entire range of Infiniti vehicles at all Arabian Automobiles showrooms in Dubai, Sharjah and the Northern Emirates. Showrooms will be open between 9am to 2.30pm and from 8pm to 12am during the Holy Month.
Customers can enjoy savings of up to Dhs35,000, as well other benefits, with GMC offering different packages during Ramadan.
One option includes finance down payment assistance, free insurance and registration, as well as three years/60,000km or five years/100,000km free service, five years unlimited mileage warranty and window tinting and free accessories.
Cadillac has deals on a selection of cars, including the Cadillac ATS and CTS sedan and SRX crossover, as well as the flagship Escalade.
Customers can finance their purchase at 0 per cent interest over four years with down payment assistance and four-month deferred payments.
There is also complimentary comprehensive insurance for one year, first year free registration and an extended free service package of five years or 105,000km and five years unlimited mileage warranty.
Chevrolet is offering customers savings of up to Dhs25,000.
Offers include up to Dhs25,000 off the Chevrolet Tahoe and up to Dhs15,000 off the Impala.
Meanwhile, the price of the Chevrolet Malibu has been cut by up to Dhs10,000, while the saving on the Cruze is up to Dhs10,000.
Also, Chevrolet dealers will be donating Dhs500 to the Red Crescent for every vehicle sold in the UAE during Ramadan.
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