Ford provides "Peace of mind payments"
Ford Provide Peace Of Mind Payments
- Ford of Britain joins with its in-house bank, Ford Credit, to maximise support for new car and van buyers
- Cashback to help cover three monthly payments offered, or a reduction of the same value on the amount borrowed
- Additionally, Ford Credit finance payments deferred for the first three months
- Can equate to no payments for the first six months of ownership for vehicles available with zero per cent APR finance
Ford has blended vehicle purchase and finance plans to offer new customers a payment holiday of up to six months.
To find out what offers are available through the Ford "Peace of mind" payment scheme, please click HERE .
The Ford “Peace of Mind” programme for April and May orders has been designed to help offset some of the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak on new customers through the balance of the year.
Andy Barratt, Ford of Britain managing director, said: “Ford wants to reassure customers that unprecedented times should not prevent them opting for a replacement new car or van.
“Customers are putting a new-found priority on reliable motoring from a trusted brand and our innovative ‘Peace of Mind’ programme helps achieve that.”
Ford will assist with payments, either as cashback paid when the vehicle is collected to help cover the first three average monthly payments, or a vehicle discount of the same value.
It is worth noting that our quotations found HERE are shown in the the form of an increased finance deposit allowance to the same value as the cashback
In addition, Ford Credit will defer the first three monthly payments for instalments to start in the fourth month of the agreement. This applies to both car personal contract purchases (PCP) on Ford Options and Ford Acquire van hire purchase.
With zero per cent finance offered on most Ford cars and all commercial vehicles, “Peace of Mind” brings six months of support across the Ford range. The programme covers orders placed in April and May for delivery by year end.
Currently, in line with national guidelines, vehicle showrooms are closed in preference for online and remote sales.
For select Ford customers requiring their new vehicles urgently (for example key workers and companies involved in combating the emergency), dealers can arrange by exception a mutually convenient and safe way to hand over the vehicle.
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