Following the announcement from Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin to reduce private vehicle sales tax until the year-end as part of the post-COVID-19 economy recovery plan, Edaran Tan Chong Motor (ETCM) has now released the revised pricing after Sales Tax Exemption for Nissan models in Malaysia.

To sweeten the deal, ETCM is also introducing the wittily-named Remarkable Car Offers (RMCO) campaign, offering additional rebates on top of the tax-exempted prices for selected Nissan models in Malaysia. The new prices are applicable starting today until the 31st of December 2020.

The RMCO rebates ranges from RM4,000 to RM13,000, depending on the model. Included in the campaign is the Almera 1.5L E, which gets a whopping 14.6% (RM10,189) total rebate inclusive of the 6% reduction from the sales tax exemption. The X-Trail 2.0L Hybrid gets an additional RM13,000 rebate, on top of the 1.5% (RM2,437) sales tax rebate.

The Nissan Navara is not eligible for the sales tax exemption, as they are classified as commercial vehicles instead of private passenger vehicles. However, ETCM is offering cash rebates of up to RM18,000 on the pick-up truck as part of the RMCO campaign.

Additionally, all existing ETCM offers are still applicable. Any purchase of a Nissan Serena S-Hybrid or X-Trail from now until 30th June 2020 will receive a complimentary one-year FWD Protect Direct Family Takaful protection plan, with a sum insured of RM100,000 for up to a family of four.

ETCM is also rewarding 20 lucky new Nissan owners with Cuckoo healthy home appliances worth up to RM128,888. Any purchase of a Nissan model registered before the 30th of June 2020 will be automatically entered in the Nissan Buy & Win contest.

For more information on the revised price list from other car brands in Malaysia after Sales Tax Exemption, check out our posts here.


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