WARRENVILLE, Ill. - Helping customers prepare their businesses for expected industry growth in 2004, International Truck and Engine Corporation has announced a Down Payment Match program with the purchase of an eligible International truck.
WARRENVILLE, Ill. – Helping customers prepare their businesses for expected industry growth in 2004, International Truck and Engine Corporation has announced a Down Payment Match program with the purchase of an eligible International truck.
The new International program offers customers up to $2,800 toward their down payment on eligible new International 4000, 5000i, 7000, 8000 or 9000i Series trucks.
The program is valid on up to 10 vehicles per customer and is available through International dealers until April 15, 2004.
Michael Cancelliere, vice-president of North American sales for the Truck Group at International Truck and Engine Corporation, said the program is designed to help truck owners position themselves for success in the new year.
“Customers are nearly unanimous in their optimism about a return to healthier business profits in the coming year,” said Cancelliere.
“As a result, many are seeking to replace older vehicles or expand their capacity to handle projected increases in activity. This program offers a way for International customers to fulfill their fleet requirements while saving cash for other expenses.”
In addition, the Down Payment Match program includes additional purchase credits available for qualified customers.
Buyers of International 4000 or 7000 Series trucks who select the Diamond Logic Exhaust Brake or Diamond Logic Engine Brake options recently introduced in the new, 2004 International DT 466 diesel engine will earn an invoice credit of $420.
Likewise, those customers selecting a Cummins ISM or ISX engine in International 5000i, 7000, 8000 or 9000i Series orders earn an invoice credit of $500.
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