Honda, Peugeot and Volkswagen Refutes Claim of Price Slash

Thursday, June 13, 2013

There's an article on my interning lifestyle portal stated about the faux car prices yesterday whether we’re being overcharged or not. Recently, carmakers Volkswagen, Peugeot and Honda have refuted claims of a price slash this year, as reported in government-party-owned broadsheet Utusan Malaysia as part of proof that they’ve fulfil its election pledge. GE13: 10 Car Models Decrease in Price
The dealer for the German marque (Volkswagen) confirmed the price of Mark 7 1.4 TSI version of Golf has always has been priced starting from RM157,888. Volkswagen Golf Price: Is It a Typo or Are We Being Overcharged?
Peugeot Malaysia also responded on its Facebook page to claim that the face-lifted 308 VTi has always been priced at RM102,888 since it was launched and it’s Turbo variant is priced at RM121,888.
“Without prejudice, nothing was issued by us, we were not consulted before the article went to print and have no association with the news contained therein. The prices shown appear to be the 308 Turbo pre-face-lift and 308 VTi which are in face two different variants of the Peugeot 308,” said the French marque.
Lastly, the Japanese marque Honda also confirmed that a Honda Jazz Hybrid has always been sold at RM89,900 since last year, the other version of the same car previously costs RM94,800.

I've concluded the comments after I’ve seen this: We’re completely being fooled. LOLX!!

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