Renault Malaysia updates all Renault Subscription plans

Jerrica · Apr 27, 2020 04:43 PM

Renault Koleos and Captur subscription plan updated

TC Euro Cars (TCEC) announce today that the subscriptions for Fixed and Switch Plans have both been adjusted to better meet customers’ needs. The annoucenment came after the distributor expanded the Renault Subscription Trial Plan to offer unlimited sign-ups. 

The Fixed Plan now allows the Renault Captur and Renault Koleos models to be subscribed for 3 years. Previously, only the Renault Megane R.S. 280 Cup was available for 3-year subscriptions.

The monthly rates under the Fixed Plan still includes road tax, insurance, regular servicing costs, and annual mileage cap of 20,000 km. But with the new update, customers can now top up to a total of 40,000 km instead of the previous 30,000 km.

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Updates to the Switch Plans include introduction of the Switch Base plan that sees the availability of the Captur Trophy at RM 1,999 per month. Meanwhile, adjustments have been made so the Koleos is now offered at RM 3,199 per month under the Switch Prime plan.

Under the new Switch Prime Plan, subscribers will also have Renault Family access which allows customers to swap their Renault for another model for a limited time. Like the Fixed Plan, the Switch Plan also offers all-inclusive costs.

Other updates to the Subscription plans have expanded the list of optional accessories and access including security and solar films, child seats, digital video recorders, and even Singapore access. The fee for each option will be included in the monthly fee across the subscription duration instead of a one-time payment at the start of the subscription.


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