Mitsubishi Motors in the UK has revealed to MotorMartin details of its new industry-leading Approved Used Car Programme, which gives customers more reasons than ever to buy from a Mitsubishi dealer.
Under the heading “Because It’s New To You”, MotorMartin has been informed that the enhanced programme offers a minimum two-year vehicle warranty with no mileage limitations and two years’ roadside assistance, providing 24-hour support for motoring emergencies in the UK and Europe, peace of mind is clearly an added bonus. An Approved Used Mitsubishi will also benefit from free vehicle health checks for life, MOT protection cover, a 30-day vehicle exchange plan and a guaranteed service history. Essentially, in MotorMartin’s opinion, you’re getting all of the benefits of buying brand new with the price savings unique to used. Superb.
The scheme includes an independent vehicle history check, a Mitsubishi multi-point inspection and seven-day drive-away insurance. It just gets better and better.
There is also a range of flexible finance options on offer, with vehicles available on hire purchase and personal contract purchase with a fixed rate of 9.9% APR representative.
Mitsubishi’s award-winning Outlander PHEV is available for just £199 a month, plus deposit and final payment, for a pre-owned 2015 model or £299 a month, plus deposit and final payment, for a used 2016 model and for those wanting to find out just how good the PHEV is, checkout MotorMartin’s views at Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV GX5h: Electric Boogaloo.
Lance Bradley, Managing Director of Mitsubishi Motors in the UK, shared with MotorMartin that: “We are really proud to unveil our impressive new Approved Used Car Programme, which gives people even more reasons than ever to choose a Mitsubishi. The improvements we’ve made to our Approved Used Car Programme will ensure people can drive away happy in the knowledge that not only have they bought a quality, reliable vehicle but that it also comes with all these key benefits, offering them complete confidence.”
And you can’t say fairer than that.
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