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Spring Finance from John Deere Credit

12.46am 6th April 2011 - Corporate - This story was updated on Monday, June 27th, 2011

John Deere Credit has announced new finance programmes for this spring, covering commercial mowers and compact tractors, and including two interest free offers. Under these latest credit schemes, customers may order equipment from John Deere dealers at any time from now up until 30 June 2011.

For commercial mowers, the purchaser can make 3+33 monthly payments at a flat rate of 2 per cent interest per annum. This offer applies to John Deere’s 1600T wide area rotary mower, the 8400 triple reel mower with high-capacity Jumbo cutting units and Cross Cut function, the 997 zero-turn rotary mower, and the 1435, 1445, 1545 and 1565 front rotary mowers.

For compact tractors from 23 to 66hp, the offer is for 1+1 annual payments at zero per cent or 1+2 annual payments at zero per cent when the tractor is ordered with a new, matching John Deere front loader.

The amount financed is limited to 60 per cent of the recommended retail list price. Other credit profiles are available on request, and the availability of finance is subject to status and to the usual terms and conditions (visit www.JohnDeereCredit.co.uk or ask the local John Deere dealer for details).

“With budgetary constraints to the fore, public sector spending very much under review and fuel costs at record highs, it is fair to say that many groundscare contract decisions have been delayed this year,” says David Hart, John Deere’s turf & utility equipment division manager for the UK and Ireland.

“In recognition of these national economic trends, we are pleased to be able to offer these attractive finance programmes to help our customers with their machinery planning and budgeting.”

John Deere Limited www.JohnDeere.com

 

       

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