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Mazda launches flexible Mazda Assured finance
Mazda Assured promises to be more flexible and allow more car changes
20 Mar 2020
MAZDA Australia has launched a new flexible financing initiative dubbed Mazda Assured to provide customers with more tailorable options to better suit their “budget and lifestyle needs”.
Launched yesterday by Mazda Finance, the Japanese giant says the new program allows customers to “change their vehicle more often and as their lifestyle changes” with the whole program underpinned by Guaranteed Future Value – an agreed minimum value at the end of the loan period.
The system starts with customers selecting their vehicle and then settle on a deposit and loan amount with the latter able to be repaid over a one to four-year period.
Customers must also nominate how many kilometres they expect to cover over the loan period before being given a Mazda Tailored Rate, repayment plan and a guaranteed future value figure by the Mazda Finance agent.
According to Mazda managing director Vinesh Bhindi, customers then have the option to trade in their vehicle on a new one, keep it and pay off the guaranteed future value figure or return it provided it meets the fair wear and tear conditions and agreed kilometres.
“Customers are at the heart of Mazda’s business and Mazda Assured is another product designed with customer needs in mind,” he said.
“We recognise our customers lifestyles change more frequently than they’re able to change their car to suit – be that having children or getting a new job.
“Mazda Assured allows them to own a new Mazda more often and more suited to their personal circumstances.
“Adding to customer peace of mind, Mazda Assured also provides each customer with a personalised interest rate calculated on their individual circumstances in addition to a Guaranteed Future Value that ensures they’ll always know the minimum value that Mazda Finance has set for their vehicle at the end of their loan term.
“Mazda Assured, and the other Mazda Finance products, are available at Mazda Finance Dealers nationwide, giving customers the ability to enjoy a Mazda today and more often in the future.”
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