Retail lender CBS China Bank Savings has announced it is providing a boost to sustainable mobility by providing consumer credit for electric cars, in particular the Nissan LEAF, which was showcased at the recent Nissan Intelligent event. Mobility 3.0 in downtown Alabang, in the town of Las Piñas.
“CBS believes in the importance of making electric cars more accessible to the Filipino consumer,” said Jan Nikolai Lim, head of CBS’ consumer finance group. “We can certainly expect bluer skies brought about by electric vehicles in the years to come and CBS Auto Loans will be there to make that happen.”
“When we integrate electric vehicle technology into society, we can unify people, systems and our goals as a nation,” Atsushi Najima, President and CEO of NISSAN Philippine, said at the event where the LEAF, the first all-electric car to enter the Philippine market, was introduced.
The LEAF can travel 311 kilometers on a full charge, which costs only 363 pesos. The car runs 100% electric with zero emissions.
“CBS’s decision to fund electric cars is part of our drive to promote sustainable mobility and climate-friendly business practices,” said CBS Vice President Manny M. Gomez, Head of Lending Division. automobiles. “The arrival of the Nissan LEAF is a great start for the automotive industry as the country returns to full mobility.”
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