With prices starting from just £8,995, the GEN-2 is a good value, family car for anyone who wants reliability and comfort and a sporty drive. Thanks to the recently introduced customer finance deposit offer on all new Protons, owning a new Proton is now even more affordable. Offering up to £750 contribution to a customer’s finance deposit, when taking advantage of the terms offered by Proton Finance Ltd, has assisted in securing an excellent level of GEN-2 sales and orders since its launch in September. The following customer deposit allowance scheme is available on GEN-2 models purchased through Proton Finance Ltd:
|Model||Finance deposit contribution||OTR Price|
|GEN-2 1.6 GL||£250||£8,995|
|GEN-2 1.6 GLS||£750||£9,595|
|GEN-2 1.6 GSX||£750||£10,595|
Following the success of the GEN-2 deposit contribution offer, Proton Cars (UK) Ltd has extended this offer to Impian and Jumbuck models with immediate effect.
Impian and Jumbuck customers will be offered the following deposit contributions when buying on HP or Personal loan where the finance is provided by Proton Finance Ltd:
|Model||Deposit contribution||OTR Price|
|Impian 1.6 GLS||£1,250||£10,995|
|Impian 1.6 GSX||£1,250||£11,995|
|Jumbuck (all models)||£250||From £5,995*|
* Plus VAT and £673 OTR costs
Customers are also offered the alternative of £1,000 cash back across the Impian range. The offer is available on all Impian registrations from 22nd October 2004 to 31st December 2004.
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