BPI Family Savings Bank brings exclusive auto loan deals to Zamboanga

BPI Family Savings Bank (BFSB), the country's largest thrift bank, is bringing back the BPI Family Auto Madness in Zamboanga for the second year with exclusive auto loan offers.

This year's run of the one-stop car-shop event, featuring the best car and big bike brands in the country, will be held from May 17 to May 19

at the 2nd Floor, Mall Exhibit Area of KCC Mall Zamboanga.

BFSB is also offering free comprehensive car insurance for the first year and other exclusive deals to those who will be applying for auto loans during the event.

"In line with our commitment to promote greater financial inclusion, we are bringing BPI Family Auto Madness to various provinces nationwide as we hope to make owning a car much more affordable and within reach for more Filipinos, so that they can realize their dream of driving their own car -- now and not later," said Dennis Fronda, head of BFSB Retail Loans.

Participating in the three-day event are Nissan, Chevrolet and MG, Honda, Isuzu, Foton, Kia Motors, Mitsubishi, Hyundai, Suzuki, and Ford. Big bike brands such as BMW and Yamaha will also display units covered by BFSB's exclusive auto loan offers.

To help clients facilitate their applications during the event faster, Fronda reminded car buyers to prepare the usual documents such as two valid government-issued IDs, certificate of employment, latest income tax return (ITR), and last three months of pay slips or other proof of income documents.

Interested car buyers are also encouraged to visit and try out BFSB's online loan calculator to know how much they can afford to borrow given their income or salary. (PR)


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