Further expanding its portfolio of services, luxury automotive manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover has launched a branded Financial Services Programme across its key dealer network in the MENA region.
Partnering with local banks and finance institutions, Jaguar Land Rover’s selection of financial services will assist customer purchases for new or pre-owned Jaguar Land Rover vehicles through both conventional and Sharia compliant facilities.
The JLR Financial Services Programme will allow customers to trade-in their existing vehicle, select a new one and arrange the finance deal that best suits them; giving customers a convenient and direct route to competitive finance packages and best value for money options.
With packages tailored to specific market requirements, customers can potentially benefit from competitive interest rates, deferred monthly payments and guaranteed buyback offers with exclusive offers and promotions available on selected models at dealer showrooms.
Speaking about the launch, Bruce Robertson, Managing Director for Jaguar Land Rover MENA, said: “The move to launch a branded Financial Services Programme comes as part of our expansion plans in MENA and allows us to further look after our customer interests. The standard and scale of this project are unlike any other seen in this region and we are confident that it will further drive our business growth with first class customer experiences and guaranteed standards of product excellence.”
Nigel Staniland, Financial Services Manager for Jaguar Land Rover MENA added: “This programme offers both Jaguar and Land Rover customers the opportunity to take advantage of the best deals on our products and we are working closely with a number of regional banks to support the initiative across our dealer network. As well as offering the best deals in each market, the aim is to deliver both excellent customer service and convenience for our customers.”
JLR’s Financial Services Programme is already active in the State of Qatar with AlFardan Premier Motors’ support and a full roll-out is underway right across the MENA region with launches due at Mohamed Yousuf Naghi Motors in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Al Zayani in Kuwait and Euro Motors in Bahrain by October 2014, followed by the introduction in all other markets over the coming months.