In an effort to streamline the ownership process for new Suzuki car buyers, CFAO Motors has launched a trade-in scheme that is very customer-friendly to enable people to come with their old car but drive home a brand-new “tear rubber” model of their choice.
CFAO Motors unveils new trade-in scheme that allows you to drive in an old car and go home with a new Suzuki car
The most interesting part of this new scheme is the fact that CFAO Motors allows Tokunbo (used cars) to be also included irrespective of the brand or model.
When giving an insight into this new scheme, Mr. Thomas Pelletier – the MD of CFAO Motors explained that this trade-in scheme is very simple as it only involves a customer bringing in a used car for proper valuation and then choosing to pay a balance for any brand new car he or she chooses either through financing or up-front payment.
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For instance, a customer interested in owning a brand-new Suzuki Dzire that cost ₦6million can easily drive in a 2013 Toyota Corolla valued at just ₦1.7million and pay the ₦4.3million balance due, upfront or pay just ₦109,000 per month for as long as 60 months. So, customers only need just about 20% equity to qualify for the financing scheme.
The current valuation process of customers’ cars will only be done in Lagos state for now at CFAO Motors’ showroom located at Akin Adesola, Victoria Island Showroom while other financing options are already available in CFAO Motors branch offices in Port Harcourt and Abuja. So, with this new scheme, Nigerians only need as little as ₦85,000 monthly or ₦3.7million to own a brand-new “tear rubber” Suzuki car.
But if you happen to be looking for even more affordable Tokunbo (used) Suzuki models, then you should check out our listings of Suzuki cars for sale in Nigeria.
Some of the Suzuki cars currently supplied as brand-new from CFAO Motors cuts across SUVs, Sedans, and compact cars with popular models like Jimny, Vitara, Ertiga, Ciaz, Baleno, Swift, Dzire, and Alto.