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Friday, May 08, 2020

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With the current COVID-19 pandemic causing uncertainty for both businesses and the general public at large, ATL Automotive has launched an innovative new promotion titled 'Lucky 21', offering fantastic deals at leading car brands Honda, Volkswagen and Kia.

At the same time, the deal alleviates concerns around immediate monthly payments and potentially troublesome upfront costs such as processing fees and insurance.

“The world is experiencing highly unusual times and as a result, our customers are looking for not just for incredible deals but also flexibility in how and when they finance their new car. The beauty of Lucky 21 is that customers can mix and match their own terms and there are always people looking for a deal,” said Stephen Hector, group sales and marketing director, ATL Automotive Group.

With Lucky 21, customers can create their own terms by combining up to nine-month' payment holiday, until 2021, free insurance, and/or no processing fees on limited units currently in stock.

“For example, if a customer wants a nine months payment holiday on a new Honda HR-V and is happy to pay his or her insurance and a low processing fee, they can do that. There are no payments until 2021. If someone wants the Honda HR-V but they want a payment holiday, insurance coverage and the processing fee covered, the length of the payment holiday would come down but they won't have to pay a penny up front,” Hector explained.

The promotion, which is set to run until the end of May, sees ATL Automotive partnering with leading financial institution VMBS.


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