Motoring.co.uk makes it easy for UK car drivers to find 0% finance packages
. Dealers are increasingly turning to these zero interest incentives to maintain sales - particularly now the Government's Scrappage Scheme is winding down. So, which finance packages are tempting bargain hunting consumers?
Motoring.co.uk's finance section reveals the Nissan Qashqai
is available on hire purchase for thirty-six payments of £329 at 0% APR. This is in addition to the £5,256 deposit. Sticking with Japanese machinery, the eternally reliable Honda Jazz
could grace your driveway for twenty-four payments of £295 at 0% APR. However, this hire purchase agreement also requires a £3,745 deposit.
Volkswagen are keen to get in on the act by offering the Passat
CC on hire purchase for thirty-six payments of £319 at 0% APR. Wannabe owners may also have to raid the piggy-bank, sell the silver, and check behind the sofa to raise the £10,446 deposit. Volkswagen's sister company Skoda is also climbing aboard the 0% bandwagon with the Roomster
. This likeable run-around is available on hire purchase with a £5,900 deposit and thirty-four payments of £239 at 0% APR.
France is waving the flag of collaboration by offering the Peugeot 308
2d Sports on hire purchase for forty-eight payments of £300 at 0% APR. Signing on the dotted line also commits the consumer to the £4,807 deposit. Alternatively, buyers who prefer quirky Citroens can have the C3 Picasso
, on hire purchase with a £4,824 deposit, for thirty-six payments of £199 at 0% APR.
Motor industry sales have recovered considerably during the last eighteen months, but we still live in a buyer's market. Motorists choosing a new vehicle could therefore benefit considerably from researching the best possible deals. As well as 0% finance packages watch out for free/fixed price servicing, free insurance, and specification upgrades.
By Stephen Turvil
Mon, 01 Mar 2010