Mack Financial Services is offering several enhanced finance programs to help customers of all segments during the current coronavirus situation.
“We’ve always recognized how vital trucking is to society, but it’s never been as evident to the general population as it is now,” said Tom Guse, president of MFS in the U.S. “It’s critical that deliveries are made and construction projects continue, so Mack Financial Services developed these enhanced finance programs to help our customers with their operations during the current situation.”
MFS is offering four finance programs, all of which extend the first payment date for qualified buyers. Programs are for model-year 2020 and 2019 Mack Anthem, Mack Pinnacle, Mack Granite, Mack LR, and Mack TerraPro models.
- The Let’s Deliver Finance Program for Mack Anthem and Pinnacle day cab models extends payment for 60 days for qualified buyers. Over-the-road and regional haul customers who purchase an eligible day cab and finance with MFS receive engine plan and Exhaust Aftertreatment (EATS) purchased coverage, competitive rates and no to low down payment options.
- The Fully Loaded Highway Sleeper Finance Program is for Anthem and Pinnacle sleeper models and extends payment for 60 days for qualified buyers. Customers purchasing a new sleeper and who finance with MFS are eligible for engine plan and EATS purchased coverage, competitive rates and no to low down payment options.
- For the Mack Granite model, MFS is offering the Let’s Build America Finance Program, extending the first payment to 90 days for qualified buyers. Vocational customers who finance with MFS will receive engine and EATS purchased coverage, competitive finance rates and flexible payment options.
- The Trash into Cash Finance Program is for customers in the refuse segment desiring to purchase a Mack LR or TerraPro model. Qualified buyers will have 90 days to make the first payment and will receive chassis, engine and EATS purchased coverage, competitive finance rates and flexible payment options.
“Mack appreciates what our customers are doing on a daily basis to keep our stores stocked and our construction projects moving,” said Jonathan Randall, Mack Trucks senior vice president of North American sales and marketing. “These programs will help customers manage cash flow and keep up with the current delivery demands.”
Originally posted on Work Truck Online