BURLINGTON, Ont. — With hopes of demonstrating continued commitment to delivering value to customers, International Truck and Engine Corp. Canada has rolled out “Catch It While You Can!”
The new financing program offers a zero per cent first year interest rate financing on 48-, 60- and 72-month equity leases and is designed to put drivers behind the wheel of a new International truck.
The “Catch It While You Can” program is a limited time offer that applies to the purchase of new International vehicles. Qualified customers purchasing up to 10 trucks will receive annual percentage rates as low as 4.19 per cent for 48 months, 4.74 per cent for 60 months and 5.14 per cent for 72 months, OAC. These special rates are designed to save the average trucker or trucking company thousands on a typical deal, which the manufacturer says is a welcome bonus in today’s tough economic environment.
For those customers who don’t take advantage of the zero per cent first year interest rate financing, International is offering the alternative competitive purchasing options such as up to $4,500 in parts and service credit, or a $4,500 trade-in allowance on the purchase of International 9000 or 9000i series vehicles.
“International is focused on delivering value to our customers that they can take to the bank,” says Steve Keate, president of the truck group at International Truck and Engine. “With Catch It While You Can, we’re delivering solutions that make it easy for our customers to experience the best products and service support in the industry.”
These special rates/payments are subject to maximum capitalized cost amounts, depending on the term: $100,766 for 48 months, $92,234 for 60 months, and $84,005 for 72 months. If the amount to be finance exceeds these amounts, the excess amount will be financed at 7.5 per cent for the entire term.
The “Catch It While You Can” financing program runs from Jan. 21, through Mar. 31. For more information on this program, contact your local International dealer.
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