Inchcape launches captive finance for Peugeot and Citroën dealers | 2022

Citroen Financial Services C3.

Inchcape the Australian importer of Peugeot and Citroën cars and commercial vehicles has launched a financial services division for each brand.

The London-domiciled automotive multinational says a range of finance offerings, including Guaranteed Future Value (GFV) will be available for personal and business buyers.

Inchcape says new car buyers in Australia can enjoy enhanced flexibility and choice through participating Peugeot Financial Services and Citroën Financial Services retailers. 

It says GFV is ideal for both eligible personal and business customers, removing the uncertainty of the future resale market environment as the minimum buy-back amount of the vehicle is guaranteed. (Subject to the vehicle meeting applicable fair wear and tear and excess km /distance guidelines). 

According to Inchcape, GFV offers an array of customer benefits including tailored payment programs, flexible terms, and the options to upgrade, retain or return the vehicle at the end of the loan term. 

If customers opt to retain their Peugeot or Citroën at the end of the loan term, they will only be required to pay out the balance. 

“We are hopeful that the launch of Peugeot Financial Services and Citroën Financial Services will generate a strong growth opportunity for both brands in Australia and support the new product arrivals confirmed for 2022,” Peugeot Citroën Australia managing director Kate Gillis says.  

“Not only will the launch of Financial Services provide new customers with greater convenience and improved finance options when purchasing both Peugeot and Citroën vehicles, but the introduction of Guaranteed Future Value offers real assurance and peace of mind in knowing that the future value of the vehicle is protected,” she says.

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