Saab announces a range of spring finance offers | Advice - Car News Apr 2011

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10:53 Tuesday 13 Mar 2012

Saab GB has announced that it will celebrate the end of the dark days of winter with a set of spring offers which the firm claim are the most competitive and extensive range of customer finance packages that they have ever offered.

The new spring deals will be available for the whole of Saab's core product range and can be taken out at Saab dealers across the UK until 4th July. The new limited time packages include Personal Contract Purchase plans and Contract Hire Plans.

PCP (Personal Contract Purchase) packages are to be made available with lowered monthly payments. Anyone who buys into a PCP will also be offered a special three-year servicing package which is not otherwise available.

Contract Hire Plans for business or private users with monthly rental costs have also been lowered and combined with improved standard specifications.

Deposit-free 0% interest purchase terms for all regular models will now have an extended payment period.

If you are already a Saab owner then you can trade in your old car for a new one and get £3000 in part-exchange, a rate which is reduced to £2,500 for owners of cars from other manufacturers. Both of these offers include 3 years of free servicing.

The General Sales Manager of Saab Great Britain, Craig Gentleman, spoke of the new offers saying:

"Renewed confidence in the Saab brand and improving residual values have enabled us to sharpen our customer finance offers. We now have the widest and most competitive range of finance products we have ever offered."

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