Skoda has extended a range of offers available across its range until the end of September 2009. Zero per cent finance is available on the Skoda Octavia and a low rate of 7.9 per cent across the Skoda range with its Solutions product. Great finance offers are supported with free servicing for three years or 30,000 miles on facelift Skoda Octavia and Skoda Superb.
Jacqui Rowley, Skoda Finance Brand Manager says: "Although the Bank of England base rate is at its lowest level ever retail interest rates are still increasing. The average bank loan rate is 9.25 per cent, even for customers with good credit ratings. We believe this makes our Solutions scheme an attractive option in a car purchase, with great value, at only 7.9 per cent, and the flexibility to offer users the option to part exchange their car for a new Skoda, make an optional final payment to purchase the car or simply return it."
Scrappage finance offers remain with 9.9 per cent APR available through Solutions on all entry-level models for customers with monthly payments from as little as £59 per month for a Skoda Fabia.
Small business customers benefit from competitive contract hire rates that are normally reserved for larger fleets. Rates start at just £179 a month on the Skoda Octavia and £199 a month on the Skoda Superb GreenLine.
The successful VAT free campaign, where Skoda pays the VAT for purchasers on selected models, is extended to the end of September for the Skoda Fabia and Skoda Roomster. Both models are available through Solutions PCP with monthly payments on the Skoda Fabia Hatch from £89 and the Skoda Roomster from £139.
Skoda Finance has a range of products to help customers get the most for their motoring budget. These include insurance and fixed-price service and maintenance plans, as well as items such as payment protection, which all offer peace of mind in uncertain times.
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