Kia launches own flex­i­ble loans

The Witness - Wheels - - MOTORING - — Wheels Reporter.

KIA has launched Flex­iFi­nance, which it said of­fers a greatly re­duced re­pay­ment term com­pared to other loans on the mar­ket.

The ser­vice of­fers a range of short- term con­tracts with low min­i­mum de­posits, ad­justable based on your needs and cir­cum­stances.

Kia buy­ers can also opt to fix their in­ter­est rate, and the loan has a guar­an­teed buy­back. At the end of the term, own­ers can ei­ther hand the car back, re- fi­nance or set­tle the fu­ture value to take own­er­ship.

Kia said in a state­ment the ser­vice also of­fers spe­cial upgrade of­fers dur­ing the con­tract so that buy­ers can change cars. All of­fers are sub­ject to credit ap- proval with sev­eral terms and con­di­tions. The first cars to be sold thus are the group’s topselling Rio and Sportage mod­els. Ad­di­tional of­fers will be added to the pro­gramme in due course.

“The strong ap­peal of our ve­hi­cles is con­firmed by the con­sis­tent level of fi­nance ap­pli­ca­tions we re­ceive,” said Gary Scott, sales di­rec­tor.

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