0% Finance On Citroën's Enterprise Van Range

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0% Finance On Citroën's Enterprise Van Range

Buying a new van can be a stressful experience. Here at Wilmoths Citroën, our business centre sales executives are trained to make your purchase as simple and clear as possible.

We are delighted to be able to offer a finance product not often available with light commercial vehicles. What could better than interest free credit.

Thanks to 3 years 0% finance on all our range of Citroën Enterprise vans, the price that you see our Enterprise range advertised for, is what you will pay. Why pay in one large payment, when you can make your funds work more efficiently and pay for your van in a more manageable fashion.

This fantastic offer is available for anyone (subject to status) looking to purchase a new light commercial vehicle for their business. Your brand new van must be registered no later than 31st March 2018 in order to qualify for this brilliant deal.

Coupled with this, you could also benefit from our "Upgrade to Business Class" package which consists of:

4 years / 60000 miles servicing (whichever comes first) and 4 years Breakdown Assistance (an extension to the standard 1 year)

All of this for only £299 + VAT.

In order for you to qualify for this offer, a minimum 20% deposit must be put down on the new vehicle to receive the 3 years 0% finance. A part exchange vehicle can be used as part of, or as all or more of, the 20% required. At any time during this term, you can request a settlement figure & repay the cash balance with no early settlement penalties. The van will then become your asset in full, this is also the case once all of your monthly payments have been made.

To make your repayments even more affordable, 1.9% and 2.9% APR is also on offer, respectively over the 4 & 5 years, also requiring a minimum 20% deposit.

As with all fantastic offers they do come to an end, so please hurry while stocks last.