Skoda is introducing a new range of finance products on the popular Skoda Fabia and Skoda Octavia model ranges. With effect from 28th July through 31st December 2009, these offers are a longer-term proposition from the manufacturer of happy drivers, rather than short-term headline offers.
The finance on offer now includes:
The 0% APR hire-purchase offer means that qualifying customers can drive away in a new Skoda Fabia 1 from £149/month or a new Skoda Octavia S from £229/month with no interest to pay.
In addition, the current VAT-free offer will continue to apply to the Skoda Fabia, Skoda Octavia and Skoda Roomster, meaning that Skoda customers save twice. Buyers of Skoda's flagship Skoda Superb model can take advantage of Skoda's VAT-free offer and receive free servicing for three years or 30,000 miles.
As Jacqui Rowley, Skoda Finance Manager, explains: "As the government has highlighted over the past few days, it has been very difficult for customers to source affordable finance for their new car purchases through the high street banks. Customers are often surprised to discover how high interest rates can be these days.
"However, Skoda customers can benefit from extremely competitive finance products that meet a wide range of customers' needs, from zero per cent APR with a 50% deposit to 7.9% APR.
"What's more, all of our finance offers are in addition to free-VAT offer that is available on Fabia, Roomster and Octavia. On their own, the offers are good value. In combination, they are an exceptional proposition for Skoda customers, especially for anyone who does not have a car eligible to participate in the UK scrappage programme."
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