Are you in the market for a secondhand vehicle? If you are, you might want to check out Maybank's "Yellow Garage Car Sale" at the Maybank Civic Center in Bonifacio Global City until June 20 (9am to 9pm from Monday to Friday; 10am to 7pm on Saturday). Maybank--the biggest bank in Malaysia and the fourth biggest in Southeast Asia, according to Maybank Philippines corporate affairs vice president Eric Montelibano--is holding the event to dispose of its repossessed vehicles.
Over 100 pre-owned cars are up for grabs, with Maybank offering a 10% discount on units bought during the Yellow Garage event. (The event is so called because yellow is the official color of Maybank.) Check out the full listing at the bottom for the vehicles' model year, transmission, fuel type, odometer reading, original selling price and promo selling price.
According to Montelibano, they already sold a total of 20 units during the event's first three days (it opened on June 2). The sold units are marked yellow on the listing at the bottom.
There are pretty good cars on offer here. If you visit the event venue, you will only see two units on display: a Ford Fiesta and a Mitsubishi Montero Sport. The 1.5-liter Fiesta hatchback is quite new, with just a little over 3,000km on the odometer. Shoppers who wish to personally inspect the other vehicles on the list may visit Maybank's two warehouses: one in Barangay Ugong in Pasig City, and another in Calasiao in Pangasinan.
While the actual Yellow Garage Car Sale event is only until June 20, the promo period is until June 30.
Event visitors may also avail of excellent deals from Yellow Garage's aftermarket partners: 3M, Air Spencer, AVT, BBS, Bilstein, Black Rhino, Carlsson, Concept One, EGR, JVC, Kelleners Sport, Kicker, Maxliner, Mili, Mont Blanc, Nitto, PIAA, Rhino-Rack, Sonax, TSW and Winterpine.
The Yellow Garage Car Sale will next move to Iloilo, Cebu, Cagayan de Oro and Davao from June 16 to July 15.
See the full listing of available cars at the bottom. Your next car might be somewhere on that list.
Photos by Vernon B. Sarne