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Kubota UK launches finance solution on five tonne excavators

Kubota UK launches finance solution on five tonne excavators

Kubota UK, a leading machinery manufacturer, has followed up on its recent construction Kubota Finance launch with a new finance solution for five tonne excavators, further boosting the company’s commitment to increase customer value.

After recently joining forces with BNP Paribas Leasing Solutions to introduce Kubota Finance to its range of construction machinery, the company’s new package offers a flat interest rate of 0.49% p.a. on the KX057-4 and U55-4 machines, for 3+33 monthly payments.

The new initiative provides another addition to Kubota Finance’s extensive portfolio, providing flexible and competitive financial packages, including bespoke finance deals that offer customers a choice between four options: Hire Purchase, Operating Lease, Contract Hire and Finance Lease.

Neil Winfield, Construction Business Development Manager at Kubota UK, said: “With the new finance offering on five tonne excavators, our customers can enjoy more affordable access to the Kubota range. The KX057-4 and U55-4 are two of our most popular and high performing construction machines, so this additional finance package will provide plant hire firms and owner operators another reason to do business with Kubota.

“The packages that we have launched over the past six months are designed to enhance our service offering by providing our dealers with the means to support customer investment using tailor-made finance solutions. We also want to support the long-term growth of our dealers’ businesses, so providing this service makes it easier for them to stock and sell Kubota machinery. With the backing of one of Europe’s leading banks, this increased financial flexibility is enabling us to further increase customer value.”

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