From city cars to family cars, from cabriolets to vans – the Peugeot range has them all. Now, owning the new Peugeot of your dreams has never been more affordable with many models available with 0% finance. Additionally, Britain’s best selling retail car in 2002 – the Peugeot 206 – now includes one year’s free insurance for all buyers over 21 yrs.
For most new car buyers, 0% finance deals provide the most cost-effective way of buying a new car. Now, from 1 October 2003, Peugeot is pleased to announce that all 406, 607, 807 and most 307 models are available with 0% finance over four years – subject to a mere 35% deposit. This means potential savings of up to £2100 on a typical 307 compared to the company’s previous finance offers.
Elsewhere in the range, Peugeot’s ever-popular and workmanlike range of light commercial vehicles is now available with 0% finance over two years subject to a 50% deposit. With this outstanding offer, it has never been easier for businesses to purchase these popular vans which include the Partner, Expert and Boxer ranges. Currently, the Peugeot LCV range is enjoying sales growth of 11% year to date.
Since its launch in 1998, the Peugeot 206 has not only one been one of Europe’s most popular small cars, but year on year it has also consistently been Britain’s biggest selling retail car. And with demand remaining as high as ever, the offer of one year’s free insurance is sure to please all those eager to get behind the wheel this autumn.
This insurance offer is available on all 206 models purchased from 1 October 2003 (excluding GTi 180 and CC) and is open to all buyers between 21-80 years of age (25-80 on GTi 138 and XSi models).
NB: Offers in Northern Ireland may vary
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