Lely introduces new credit plan

Distributor Lely UK has announced a four-fold finance plan for buying new machinery.

  • Option 1: Buy now and pay April 2013, with an nterest-free pause to April that sees customers pay only the VAT on signing the deal.
  •  Option 2: One initial payment followed by one annual payment. The first is payable upon signing the deal, together with the VAT, followed by one further annual, interest-free payment.
  •  Option 3: A single initial payment followed by four annual payments. A Greensmaster 3250-D with a balance to finance of £20,000 could be bought with one payment of £4,000 on signing, followed by four annual payments in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 of £4,000, and with a final payment in 2017. All figures are exclusive of VAT.
  •  Option 4: One payment plus 59 monthly payments. To illustrate, a Greensmaster 3250-D with a balance to finance of £20,000 could be bought with one payment of £333.33 on signing, followed by 59 further monthly payments of £333.33 and with a final payment in 2017. (All figures exclusive of VAT.)

 Lely's Toro UK sales manager Jeff Anguige said: "Our new finance deals are designed to allow our customers to purchase the machines they need to maintain their turf to the highest standards, without compromising cash flow. These deals must end 21 November, so we are encouraging customers to take advantage of these offers sooner rather than later."


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