As a Nigerian, you probably don’t need to be told that fairly Used vehicles are the best choice anyone can think of when it comes to affordability in Nigeria. This is the reason why our entire website is packed with massive listings of Used cars for sale in Nigeria that you can easily choose from. Nevertheless, if you are looking to buy a brand-new car on a very low budget in Nigeria; Hyundai Motors Nigeria recently launched a new payment plan that might just fit such a need. Yes, Hyundai Motors (HMNL) has partnered with Access Bank PLC to launch a flexible vehicle finance scheme tagged “Buy Now, Pay Later”.
Hyundai Motors Nigeria Ltd and Access Bank PLC recently launched a flexible payment plan for new vehicle purchase
According to press reports, this newly launched vehicle payment plan allows customers to buy a brand-new Hyundai car and begin payment in a 3-month time. Yes, this is obviously the reason why the scheme had to be called “Buy Now, Pay Later”. It is such a flexible payment plan for new car buyers that have a very low budget. Going by media reports, this new scheme mainly focuses on Corporate customers, Business Entrepreneurs, and Salary Earners who are mostly eligible for low-interest bank credit.
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The newly launched “Buy Now, Pay Later” plan allows new car buyers to pay as low as 200,000 monthly repayments for as long as 4 years. Similarly, this scheme also offers such car buyers a 5-year (or 100,000km) warranty as well as 6 months (or 10,000km) of free servicing. Should in case you are curious about knowing the Hyundai car models covered by this newly launched vehicle payment scheme; here is a shortlist of the ones highlighted in media reports.
- Hyundai H1 bus (12-seater)
- Hyundai Santa Fe
- Hyundai Creta
- Hyundai Kona
- Hyundai Elantra
- Hyundai Sonata
- Hyundai Accent
- Hyundai Tucson
And speaking of brand-new vehicles, have you seen the Hyundai Kona Electric vehicle assembled in Nigeria? If your answer is “No”, please watch this video below to see the moment Nigeria’s vice president took the car for a test drive.
Osinbajo Test-Driving Hyundai Kona, #MadeInNigeria At Car Exhibition, Abuja