Rounding up the current 202-registration-period offers on commercial vehicles (CVs) from manufacturers across Ireland.
Citroen is doing scrappage bonuses on its Berlingo, Dispatch and Relay vans, which unlock 4.9 per cent APR on HP finance – it’s €3,000 on the smaller two CVs and €2,000 on the Relay. Alternatively, opt for 3.9 per cent APR HP and forgo the scrappage bonus to enjoy per calendar month (pcm) repayments as low as €210 on the Berlingo, €280 on the Dispatch and €305 on the Relay.
Fiat is offering significant customer savings on its EU6d-compliant range of commercials. Choose from up to €1,250 off the Fiorino, up to €3,000 off the Doblo or Talento, and up to €4,250 off the Ducato.
Ford has good bundles on all five of its vans, as well as the Ranger one-tonne pick-up. All models can be bought with 3.9 per cent APR on HP finance and the offer of a three-month payment holiday on the same deal, with subtle variations between the models from thereon in. Going up the vans in ascending size order, the Fiesta has a €1,500 registration bonus, the Transit Courier has a €3,000 reg bonus and a five-year warranty, the Transit Connect has the same warranty as the Courier but only a €1,750 reg bonus, the Transit Custom has the standard warranty but a €5,500 reg bonus, while the largest Transit Van has a €6,500 reg bonus. For both the Custom and the full-sized Transit, the deal only applies to Trend 170hp or Limited vehicles; similarly, the Ranger’s €2,500 reg bonus only applies to the Wildtrak model.
There’s a blanket ‘Back to Business’ offer from Mercedes Vans Ireland on all new commercial vehicles, which is running until August 31, 2020. Enjoy a three-year manufacturer’s warranty, a three-month payment break on finance deals, one year’s free road tax and a full Service Contract on any 202-plate Mercedes CV.
Buy a new L200 before July 31st and Mitsubishi will offer you a low HP finance rate of 2.9 per cent APR or a €2,000 trade-in booster on your old CV. The Japanese company is also offering a free tow bar and wiring loom with every L200 genuine Mitsubishi Canopy and Bed Liner purchased.
Two ways of going about it with Nissan – choose a business lease deal and you get a serviced, taxed CV for three years with three years’ free motor tax and three years’ worth of annual maintenance for as low as €64 per week (for the NV300 L2H1). Alternatively, choose from 0 per cent APR on finance deals or a minimum scrappage offer of €3,000.
It’s a flat 0 per cent APR on all Opel’s CVs, which means a Combo Cargo from €235 pcm, a Vivaro from €339 pcm or a Movano from €394 pcm.
Aside from a regular rate of 3.9 per cent APR on finance deals for the range, there’s a scrappage offer on Peugeot’s CVs that sees €3,000 off a Partner, €3,500 off an Expert and €4,000 off a Boxer.
Renault’s ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ CV deal for 202 sees a flat 3.9 per cent APR rate on finance and a five-year warranty, as well as a three-month payment holiday on the contract. This applies to all of the Kangoo, Trafic and Master CVs, as well as the Kangoo ZE electric van.
Toyota Ireland is offering 3.9 per cent APR on HP finance for its light CVs, or – alternatively – business customers can opt for a trade-in booster of up to €2,500 on the Proace range. This switches to a €2,500 Scrappage Bonus on the Land Cruiser (short- and long-wheelbase models) and Hilux (single- or double-cab models) vehicles.
Order any Volkswagen Ireland CV before July 31st and there’s a three-month payment deferral holiday on finance deals across the board, or low-cost finance options running at 2.9 per cent. There are also purchase contributions of up to €3,500, with €1,500 off the Caddy and Caddy Life models, €2,000 off the Amarok one-tonne pick-up, €2,750 off all of the Transporter, California, Caravelle and Shuttle, and the full €3,500 off the Crafter.