In response to the COVID-19 crisis and the impact on the Motorist, there has never been a better time to buy a new Renault
In a bid to tempt buyers back into showrooms new buyers can avail of Renault’s 202 Buy Now, Pay Later 3+2+1 Offer.
Buy Now, Pay Later 3+2+1 Offer
By delaying repayments on your new car through July, August, September the offer is designed to give people a chance to get back on their feet. Valid on all current stock across the Renault car range the offer includes
- 3 Months Deferred Payments – monthly repayments remain the same after this period.
- 2.02% APR (saving customers €2,500 on interest payments compared to high street banks)
- €1,000 Cashback
This offer is available on the 100% electric Renault ZOE, All-New Clio, All-New Captur, KADJAR, Mégane, Scenic and Koleos models and applies to all orders taken from 1st May to 31st July and registered on or before the 31st July 2020.
Buyers of used Renaults can avail of a similar Buy Now, Pay Later if buying 191 or 192 models. This offer includes:
3 Months Deferred Payments
4 Years Warranty + 4 Years Roadside Assistance
3% APR HP over 3 years
2 Years’ Servicing
On the Dacia range, a similar offer for 202 registration plates on the Duster SUV, compact Sandero, Sandero Stepway SUV and Logan MCV and includes:
3 Months Deferred Payments
Once restrictions are lifted there will be a 48-hour test-drive campaign for Duster and the offer is available on all orders taken from 1 st May to 31st July and registered by 31st July 2020 on current stock only.
New guidelines for customers and staff
Renault’s network of dealerships will be implementing strict new guidelines for customers and staff when restrictions are lifted to give assurance and confidence to customers visiting aa Renault or Dacia dealership. These in-depth guidelines include hand sanitising areas, number of customer entries to dealerships restricted, a “Drop and Go” key process for aftersales customers arriving for scheduled service, strict service scheduling for customers to minimise busy periods and also appointment only servicing. Customer test drives will be unaccompanied; cars will be sanitised on delivery and when dropped back and customers to receive personalised sales videos to help reduce visits.
Renault Ireland is also calling on the Government to consider a short term reduction of €3,000 in VRT to incentivise new car buying when the coronavirus restrictions are eased. A VRT reduction would also help safeguard jobs across motoring in Ireland where some 50,000 people are employed and would, it is argued, actually increase the tax take by boosting new car sales.
28th April 2020