Geely Philippines welcomes New Year with increased pricing

One of the biggest selling points of Geely cars in the Philippines is their affordable pricing, plus the value that these Chinese vehicles bring to the table. For 2022, Geely Philippines adds a little bit to this famed pricing, effective January 15, 2022.

However, you’d be happy to know that the price increase is relatively marginal. Geely Philippines also opted to trim down its three-pronged lineup, particularly for the Coolray and Azkarra crossovers.

For the 2022 model year, the best-selling Geely Coolray subcompact crossover now starts at P998,000 for the base Comfort variant. This is a P20,000 increase from its previous P978,000 sticker price.

The rest of the Coolray range gets a substantially higher increase of P40,000, and that’s for the Premium and Sport Limited variants. These two now sell for P1,128,000 and P1,258,000, respectively. Of note, the former range-topping Sport variant has been removed from the lineup, leaving the Sport Limited – with blacked-out wheels, ventilated seats, better sunroof cover, power tailgate, and Sunburst Gold color option – serving as the new top-spec model.

For the bigger Geely Azkarra compact crossover, the price increase is P30,000. The top-spec mild-hybrid Azkarra Luxury trim is now priced at P1,628,000. And yes, the base Premium variant has been removed from the lineup.

The Geely Okavango is another best-seller for Geely Philippines. The 7-seater cross MPV is the biggest in the carmaker’s local lineup so far and now, the whole range has been given a price hike of P10,000.

That said, the base Okavango Comfort now retails for P1,218,000, while the mid-variant Okavango Urban has a sticker price of P1,338,000. The top-dog Okavango Urban Plus, which has all the bells and the whistles, now sells for P1,488,000 for the 2022 model year.

Geely Philippines has been expanding aggressively in 2021. The company has opened several showrooms and dealerships in various parts of the country, and it’s not showing any signs of slowing down.

Moreover, Geely’s local lineup is set to expand in the next 12 months or so, with the Emgrand subcompact sedan set to arrive soon. Another 7-seater is also underway, though the company has yet to announce which of its globally available SUVs will be arriving in the country.

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