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Zero per cent on John Deere compacts

10.04am 29th April 2010 - Corporate

John Deere compact tractors

John Deere Credit has announced two new zero per cent finance programmes for compact tractors as well as compact tractor and front loader combinations. The offer covers the complete 20 Series range of small, medium and large chassis machines from 17 to 66hp, and also includes the value line 20C, 25C and 3036E models, plus matching CX and 305 loaders and attachments.

With this latest interest-free credit scheme, customers may order equipment from John Deere dealers at any time from now up until 30 June 2010, and then make 1 + 1 annual payments at 0% on any compact tractor, or 1 + 2 annual payments at 0% on any compact tractor and front loader. The amount financed is limited to 60 per cent of the recommended retail list price.

“This offer is available (in the UK only) for new orders as well as dealer demonstrator and stock machines, and it can be used in conjunction with other finance programmes if required,” says John Deere’s turf equipment product marketing manager Henry Bredin.

“Our compact tractor range offers a number of market leading features for a wide range of applications,” he adds. “These include the unique MotionMatch and Loadmatch system on the twin pedal eHydro transmission, a new eThrottle that makes driving the tractor as easy as driving a car, and a new ‘drive-over’ mid-mounted rotary mower deck option on selected models.”

Other credit profiles are available on request, and the availability of finance is subject to status and to the usual terms and conditions. Call John Deere Credit on 01452 372255. John Deere Credit is a trading style of John Deere Bank SA.

John Deere Limited

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