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Lely announces Four Flexible Finance Deals on new Toro Machinery and Tym Tractors

12.04am 9th September 2013 - Corporate - This story was updated on Sunday, September 8th, 2013

Toro logoThe economic climate might not look quite so gloomy, but it’s still tough out there. So it is good news that distributor Lely UK has launched four flexible finance options for golf clubs and others buying its new Toro equipment and TYM tractors.

The plans are designed to help customers buy the machinery they need without compromising cash flow at a challenging time. With four options from which to choose, customers can find the most economical and manageable funding route to suit their own particular needs. The new deals are:

With both options three and four, customers can buy on a hire purchase (HP) agreement, in which case VAT is payable in full when the agreement is signed. For those opting for a lease agreement, VAT is payable on each payment.

Jeff Anguige, Lely’s Toro UK sales manager, says: “Our annual range of payment plans suits most clubs and budgets, and allows clubs and others to match cash flow to expected business benefits. They provide clubs with the opportunity to invest in the best turfcare equipment available, to ensure their course is maintained to the highest standards. And there is no better time to buy.”

The deals are available until 15 November 2013.

For more details on these and other finance options, customers should call 01298 766191. Or contact Lely on 01480 226800 – email – for a finance leaflet.

Toro professional turf products are distributed throughout mainland UK by Lely (UK) Limited, 1 Station Road, St Neots PE19 1QH. Call 01480 226800, email or visit / for further details.

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