Holden just announced the return its is 0.5% per annum comparison rate on a term of up to 36 months, with no deposit, on a range of its vehicles for November.
Holden just announced the return its is 0.5% per annum comparison rate on a term of up to 36 months, with no deposit, on a range of its vehicles for November.

Finance offers lure buyers during cautious times

FORECASTS of a record passenger car sales year are being fueled by enticing finance offers.

While research shows Aussies are currently being cautious and opting for reducing dept and saving, car companies are producing offers too good to refuse.

Holden just announced the return its is 0.5% per annum comparison rate on a term of up to 36 months, with no deposit, on a range of its vehicles for November.

The company's executive director of sales and marketing, Philip Brook, said consumers have been asking for the return of the 0.5% offer since it last ran in August.

"We received a fantastic response to our 0.5% offer in August and, on the back of our Employee Pricing offer in October, it's a logical decision to continue an offer that hit the mark with new car buyers," he said.

"We are certain the return of the campaign will have broad appeal.

"With HoldenWise Capped Price Servicing, a good supply of new models across the range and a competitive 0.5% comparison rate available through our finance providers, it's a great time to get behind the wheel of a brand new Holden.

"Whether it's a 2012 model year Barina sedan or hatch, a locally-made Cruze SRi, Commodore or Ute, our Captiva SUV or a tough all-new Colorado 4x4, Holden has a range of vehicles to meet the needs of new car buyers."

Details, terms and conditions can be viewed at www.holden.com.au/latestoffers.

Meanwhile, Renault will offer 0% on Megane Hatch, Fluence, Koleos and Latitude until December 16, which includes capped servicing for three years.



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