Renault and Dacia’s 222 finance offers

With the important July sales period for 222 registrations around the corner, Renault Group Ireland has announced its 222 finance offers for its Renault and Dacia brands and confirmed that availability of their models is positive for the coming months.

Renault claims that it has introduced additional flexibility on its PCP offers from Renault Bank to make the monthly payments more affordable for their customers. It says that customers will have more flexibility with additional durations, rates and guaranteed minimum future values (GMFVs ) available.

The French carmaker says that customers wishing to buy a new 222 Renault will be pleased to hear that generous numbers of Clio, Captur, all-new Arkana and the fully electric Zoe E-Tech will be landing in Ireland during June and July. Nonetheless Renault recommend visiting their dealers as early as possible because order books are filling up fast.

It quotes an example - the new Arkana is available from €259 per month and All New Arkana E-Tech Hybrid from €299 per month on the road including delivery charges, based on 4.9 per cent APR.

The 222 Renault finance offers are available on orders and registrations made by 31st August. With the award winning new Arkana, the Irish Car of the Year Irish Medium Crossover/SUV of the Year 2022, this offer period is extended to the 30th of September.

DACIA 222

For those looking to purchase a new Dacia in 222, there is plenty of choice with the recent addition of the all-new Dacia Jogger 7-seater which is already in high demand since its launch.

As with Renault, it says that customers looking to buy a new 222 Dacia will be pleased to hear that there is good availability of Dacia Duster models in dealerships for the 222-registration period from €45 per week on the road which includes delivery charges and is based on 4.9 per cent APR.

Dacia also tells us that it has also introduced a ‘Reserve your Vehicle’ feature on www.Dacia.ie for the new Jogger 7-seater Comfort model for customers eager to get their hands on Ireland’s most-affordable 7-seater.

 

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