IMPERIAL CARS OFFERS CUSTOMERS BUY NOW, PAY LATER FINANCE ON CAR SALES
LEADING car supermarket brand Imperial Cars is now letting customers defer paying for their new vehicle for up to three months.
In a move designed to help people who may be struggling during the coronavirus pandemic, or those who aren’t in a position to start finance payments immediately, Imperial Cars is offering a 'Buy Now, Pay Later' service.
It means that customers can buy the car they want today and have complete peace of mind knowing that they’ll pay nothing for the first three months.
For those who take up the offer, the deferred three months will just be added at the end of the Santander 24-, 36- and 48-month agreements, and won’t change the monthly amount owed.
This means finance plans will be for 27 months, 39 months or 51 months, respectively.
'We are constantly finding new ways to offer peace of mind to our customers and to make it easier for them to buy a car,' said Imperial Cars Operations Director Neil Smith.
'We hope our new “Buy Now, Pay Later” service will help to take the pressure off some of our customers’ shoulders during some incredibly difficult times at the moment.'
The three-month deferred payment initiative is just one of a number of services Imperial Cars offers to make buying a car a simple, pleasant and safe experience.
Even before the Covid-19 pandemic, the company was championing its safe and ultra-convenient 'Click, Call, Collect/Deliver' service.
And when the lockdown kicked in, Imperial Cars was offering home delivery and contactless collection at its sites.
Imperial Cars' 17 sales sites, 13 service centres and two preparation sites reopened their doors this week, like all other showrooms in England, with the company experiencing demand that far exceeded all expectations.
The company's website (https://www.imperialcarsupermarkets.co.uk/) has full details of the new finance offer, finance guides on the services it offers and videos on what customers can expect when entering its showrooms during the Covid-19 pandemic.