Best deals to finance vehicles

26 October 2021 | Business

PHILLEPUS UUSIKU

New vehicle sales in Namibia hit a record low due to consumers not being able to afford new vehicles and corporates not replacing their fleets.

Therefore, Bank Windhoek launched the annual national Vehicle and Asset Finance (VAF) marketing campaign themed ‘Find the one’ to offer customers the best deals to finance their new or used vehicles country-wide.

According to Bank’s executive officer for marketing and corporate communication services, Jacquiline Pack, “we understand our customer’s unique banking needs and where they are in their journey of life. Through this campaign, we demonstrate that we go the extra mile for their comfort and convenience,” she said.

Pack emphasised that the Bank's VAF marketing campaign's objective is to solidify Bank Windhoek's position in the vehicle financing market as the ultimate financial partner of choice. She revealed that some of the campaign's benefits would provide customers with an extended repayment term of up to 72 months for all new vehicles and a 90-day vacation payment option. "These options are mainly designed to make repayments more affordable for our customers," said Pack. She added that the campaign has exciting customer-facing competitions, giving customers the opportunity of winning exciting and enticing prizes.

"We encourage customers to take advantage of these deals by visiting our website, branches, to buy their dream vehicle," concluded Pack. The VAF campaign will end on 31 March 2022.

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