Whilst other manufacturers are increasing their prices in this challenging economic situation, Proton continue to focus on giving its customers a great deal more for their money. Value for money brands are back, and starting at just £7,495 on the road, the Proton range offers customers a surprisingly high level of specification at a budget price.0% Finance and 5 Year Warranty Until 30th June 2009
Until 30th June 2009, customers opting for any Proton GEN-2 Special Edition model will benefit from a 5 year warranty and free metallic paint. Choose either of the hatchback SE models to get a free 10-CD changer, plus the GLS SE hatchback also comes with 3 years free servicing. For a free leather interior worth £1,000, customers can opt for the GSX SE (hatchback) or the Proton Persona SE (saloon) models. All Proton GEN-2 SE models also come branded with a Special Edition badge and Special Edition interior carpet mats. The Proton GEN-2 SE range starts from just £10,995 on the road.
And as if all this wasn't enough, Proton is offering exclusive finance deals across the Proton GEN-2 Special Edition range, including 0% finance for up to 2 years. Low rate finance is also available for up to 5 years.Great Deals on Motability With Proton Until 30th June 2009
Motability customers should get down to their local Proton dealer this spring for a fantastic deal. Nil advance payment is available on the Proton Savvy 1.2 Style MT and AMT models, Proton Satria Neo 1.6 MT including the Proton Satria Sport MT models and the Proton GEN-2 1.6 Persona MT.
And now Motability customers can also benefit from cheaper running costs with the Proton GEN-2 ecoLogic. Available in a 5-door or 4-door model, this dual fuel car is able to run on either petrol or LPG, a widely available alternative fuel which retails at just over half the price of petrol and diesel.
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