Renault Group has unveiled its offers for 181 which give real value to customers, designed at reducing the cost of ownership over three years.
Available now across the Group’s network of 28 dealerships, the 181 Renault PC offer includes 3 per cent APR PCP finance, 3 years’ servicing included and 3 years’ road tax on all cars ordered and registered before 31st January 2018.
The offer applies to all cars across the range – all-new Koleos, the all-new Mégane range which includes the new Mégane Sport Tourer and new Mégane Grand Coupé, the all-New Scénic, all-new Grand Scénic, new Clio and the ever-popular Kadjar and new Captur crossovers.
With the recent Government Budget announcement on EVs and 0 per cent Benefit-in-Kind (B.I.K.), Renault is matching the zeros by offering 0 per cent HP finance on the zero emissions 100 per cent electric ZOE which has the longest range of any mainstream electric vehicle (400km NEDC) and an estimated 300km in real-life driving conditions.
On Renault’s popular and award-winning van range which includes the Master, Trafic and Kangoo, Renault Pro+ dealers are offering 3 per cent APR HP over 60 months on all orders taken and registered before 31st January 2018.
Dacia, which celebrates five years in Ireland this year and boasts strong resale values, continues to maintain its popularity with Irish motorists and is offering Zero deposit and 4.9 per cent APR on PCP with Dacia Bank across the range for 181 including new the facelifted Duster, Sandero, Stepway and new Logan MCV Stepway.
These offers are available through Renault Bank, offering customers lower interest rates and further savings versus high street commercial banks. A Renault Bank branch is available in all 28 Renault dealerships, offering two-hour decision times and approval rates of 80 per cent.
Renault Open Week will take place November 20-25, and for every test drive completed in the 28 dealerships during this period, dealers will donate €5 to Renault’s charity partner Pieta House. Renault Ireland will then match the amount raised by the network.
Patrick Magee, Country Operations Manager, Renault Group Ireland: “Renault Group is looking forward to 2018. With the youngest model range, we continue to stay away from the gimmick offers on the market and instead show ‘real’ offers designed to reduce the customer’s cost of ownership over 3 years. Our own bank, Renault Bank, has now lent €190 million year-to-date and our network is the 3rd biggest in Ireland. We are really looking forward to a successful 2018.”