The company is also providing a cash incentive for trade-ins by helping to cover the remaining hire-purchase balance, which can also be used as a deposit when buying the Chinese SUV that strongly resembles an Evoque.
There are currently three incentives to choose from:
1. Free first year insurance payment and free three months bank instalment.
2. Free five years service or 100,000km for labour fees and spare parts (whichever comes first)
3. The upgrading of Haval M4 Comfort to the Premium variant.
The Chinese B-segment SUV was first introduced last year, which comes in three variants and six colours of white, silver, black, blue, red and orange.
All variants use a 1.5-litre engine producing 105hp at 6,000rpm and 138Nm of torque at 4,200rpm. Power is sent to the front wheels via a five-speed manual (MT) or six-speed automatic transmission (AT).
The Evoque-looking M4 SUV range starts with the entry-level Comfort, mid-range Premium and ends with a newly added range-topping Elite - which comes priced on-the-road without insurance at RM53,008 (RM60,017 - AT), RM59,839 (RM65,852 - AT) and RM72,659 (AT only), respectively.
The new Elite variant comes with halogen and LED combination headlamps as well as LED fog lamps to better differentiate itself.