Audi Malaysia’s new financing plan, the Audi Progressive Financing Plan is here, and prospective owners can look forward to purchasing the entry-level A3 from just RM999 a month, whereas the A6 1.8 TFSI can be yours for just RM1,700!

How does it work? Let’s take the Audi A3 1.4 TFSI (retails at RM186,900 without insurance and road tax) for example, with a loan period of seven years:

7-Year Tenure
Interest Rate 2.08%
1st Year RM999 monthly
2nd Year RM1,600 monthly
3rd Year RM1,600 monthly
4th Year RM2,650 monthly
5th Year RM2,650 monthly
6th Year RM3,410 monthly
7th Year RM3,410 monthly
Final Instalment RM283.38

Yes, monthly repayment increases over the years, and there’s a reason it’s called the Progressive Financing Plan. However, the interest rate differs depending on the loan tenure; a five-year loan has an interest rate of 1.18 percent, whereas a nine-year loan gets slapped with 2.38 percent – both with their own instalment figures, of course.

Managing Director of Audi Malaysia, Immo Buschmann said, “Owning an Audi has never been easier with this new financing package, which provides preferred interest rates of as low as 0.98 percent per annum, greater flexibility to manage your cash flow and an accessible entry point to Audi’s entire range of progressive vehicles.”

The second-generation Audi Q7 3.0 TFSI can be yours from RM3,100 a month!

Almost all models offered in Malaysia can be purchased via the new financing plan, but only limited to purchases made between 1 March to 30 April 2016. This financing package is brought to you by Audi Malaysia and Audi Capital Advisory, a division of Volkswagen Capital Advisory. For more info, visit your nearest authorised Audi showroom or simply visit their website to find the Audi of your dreams!

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Matthew H. Tong
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