10
November
2016

Prices for the GWM Steed 5E Remain Constant for 18 Months

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November got off to a rough start for motorists across the country as the petrol price increased once again. Unfortunately, vehicle owners will now have to dig a little deeper in order to fill their tanks which means they will have to readjust their budgets, especially if they are going on holiday during December. However, even though the fuel price never remains stable, there is one thing motorists can always count on. And that is constant service and affordable new bakkie prices from GWM.

Tough to beat

With inflation, the fluctuating exchange rate and the devastating drought wreaking havoc on the economy, it has been a rough year for consumers. As a result, a majority of people are expecting new bakkie prices in South Africa to be rocketing through the roof. This is definitely not the case as far as GWM is concerned and, over the last 18 months, the price of the GWM Steed 5E has remained the same.

Additional benefits from GWM

Aside from keeping their prices the same for new bakkie specials over the last several months, GWM is also giving their customers more with the Spring Service Campaign. If you take your vehicle to be serviced, you will receive a R280 discount. In addition to this, any maintenance repair, on your vehicle, which costs more than R570, will also result in a R280 discount. If you are planning on going away on holiday in December, it is advisable that you have your car serviced before you hit the road. Fortunately, the Spring Service Campaign is running until November 30 (terms and conditions apply), so there is more than enough time for you to book your vehicle in before you head off to relax and put your feet up.

Visit your dealership today

With their professional assistance, affordable new bakkie deals and Spring Service Campaign, GWM is helping motorists reach their chosen destination safely. The petrol price might be putting a dent in your wallet, but a new reliable set of wheels doesn’t have to.

Image credit: GWM Alberton

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