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Old 03-Aug-2007, 01:33 AM
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Ducati Finance announce a PCP scheme for the 1098

Ducati is pulling out all the stops to ensure that bikers in the UK have every reason to purchase a 1098 this summer. Not only has the Bologna based factory brought forward production and increased supplies in the UK, Ducati Finance has also announced a Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) scheme that will make buying a 1098 more affordable than ever.
Ducati Finance has launched the new PCP scheme with the 1098 specifically in mind. The PCP scheme will allow potential customers to purchase this fantastic Superbike from as little as £200 per month.

With an on the road price of £11250 and a 25% deposit, potential customers can purchase this 160bhp 1098 base model for a monthly repayment of £200 per month over 36 months 14.9% APR Typical and have a Guaranteed Future Value (GFV) of £3,937.50 , that can be used towards their next purchase.

All dealers currently have a 1098 on their demonstrator fleets for customers to ‘try before they buy’. Not only will you have the opportunity to purchase this acclaimed Ducati Superbike on this PCP scheme, customers test riding any Ducati will also be able to enter a draw to win a hospitality day at the final round of the British Superbike season and ultimately a chance to win a Monster S2R in Airwaves colours.

Full details of both these fantastic promotions can be found by visiting your dealer or clicking on www.ducatiuk.com


Regards - Frank


Cheers - Frank
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Old 14-Aug-2007, 10:12 PM
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Robbery 14.9%???

Borrow £ 10,000 at 6.3% over three years £ 236.23/month no final payment
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Old 14-Aug-2007, 10:25 PM
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but you'd need to borrow 12k

and if you plan to trade it in and get a good trade in it may be worth it....especially with a larger deposit
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£11250 less 25% deposit = £8437.50 financed.
£8437.50 financed over three years at 6.9% = £260.14 / month.

If you financed over 4 years at 6.9% the payments would be £201.66 a month, and the outstanding amount at the end of three years would be £2292. Sell the bike for £5K after 3 years, pay off the finance, and you're nearly three grand in pocket . . . .
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Old 15-Aug-2007, 12:08 AM
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... or get a 0% credit card deal and renew it each year - choose your own repayments
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That's good value.

Not.

Pulling out all the stops. Well at 14% apr I guess they are.....to fill their pockets that is.
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... or get a 0% credit card deal and renew it each year - choose your own repayments



I bought my first 749s on an Egg card that gave me 1% cash back on purchases and interest free payments for 18 months, then moved the balance to a new card with 18 months interest free credit.

no deposit and interest free payments for 3 years
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So what's the score with the 1098 base model ? Is it not selling as well as the "S" version ?

Makes me want an S or an R even more.

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