Kubota finance deal requires repayments only 'when the grass is growing'

Kubota Tractor and Groundcare is offering a new finance package which requires buyers only to pay during the six months of the year when machines will be in use.

The finance options, supplied in conjunction with Société Générale Equipment Finance, can be used when purchasing the professional range of ride-on mowers.

These include the ZD326 Zero Turn Mower, the F Series Outfront Mowers and the G Series Ride-On Mowers.

Finance is available at 0% over two years or 1% over three years. For example, a customer buying the F3680 with rear discharge deck could pay £492.68 per month but because they would only have to make these payments between April and September, would not be asked to pay between October and March.

Kubota Tractor and Groundcare sales and marketing manager David Blackwood said:

"On this deal, groundcare and turf professionals' payments are linked to the turf maintenance season, so they will only need to pay for their equipment when it can be out earning money. When the grass growing season ends and their mower goes away for the winter, so too do the payments."

Société Générale Equipment Finance is the asset finance arm of Société Générale Bank. The UK agriculture/groundcare division was formed in 2006 to provide a full range of finance options to end user customers, dealers and manufacturers within the agriculture and groundcare industries.

For more information about the finance packages available on ZD326 Zero Turn Mower, the F Series Outfront Mowers and the G Series Ride-On Mowers or to find your nearest dealer, contact Kubota Tractor and Groundcare on + 44 (0)1844 268000, e-mail sales@kubota.co.uk or visit www.kubota.co.uk

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