FRENCH car maker Renault, along with its budget brand Dacia, has lifted the lid on a range of finance offers across its entire model line-up for autumn and winter.
They include the recently-launched Renault Kadjar crossover which is available on the Selections PCP package from £249 customer deposit and £249 a month with a manufacturer deposit contribution of £429.
Alternatively, with the 0% APR 4-year Hire Purchase scheme, all versions of Kadjar are available with a £600 manufacturer deposit contribution.
Another attractive offer is on the all-electric Renault ZOE supermini. With the Selections PCP offer, customers can expect to receive a £5,109 manufacturer deposit contribution on the Dynamique Nav trim level, making repayments £89 per month plus battery hire.
Meanwhile, the Twingo city car, with its rear-engined, rear-wheel-drive layout, has become a more affordable choice for those looking for a city car.
With a £1,165 deposit contribution on the Twingo Dynamique SCe 70 S&S, customers can expect to pay £139 customer deposit and £139 per month on a Selections PCP package.
Recently announced as the Caravan Club’s Tow Car of the Year for a vehicle priced between £17,500 and £22,000, the Captur compact crossover is available with up to £1,833 towards a deposit contribution.
With £179 customer deposit and £1,793 manufacturer deposit contribution, monthly repayments start from £179 on a Selections PCP package.
Alternatively with a 40% customer deposit, drivers can choose a 0% APR 4-year Hire Purchase package with a £1,000 manufacturer deposit contribution.
The Clio supermini is also available with a broad choice of finance offers across the line-up from £159 per month with £159 customer deposit on 4 year Selections PCP
Whichever option a customer chooses, they will benefit from the Renault 4+ warranty and Renault assistance scheme which provides peace of mind for four years or 100,000 miles.
Meanwhile, Renault-owned budget brand Dacia has also launched a range of autumn offers available on all models bar entry grade Access versions.
Dacia was ranked number one car company for value for money in the 2015 Auto Express Driver Power survey and rated first for overall brand satisfaction in Which? Car Guide 2015/16.
Kicking off with the all-terrain Dacia Duster, priced from £11,995 in Ambiance trim, customers will receive a £750 deposit contribution towards both Dimensions PCP and Hire Purchase packages.
And the UK’s most affordable car, the Sandero supermini, is available from £89 per month with a customer deposit of £856 and a manufacturer deposit contribution of £500.
Customers in the market for that model’s compact crossover stablemate, the Sandero Stepway, will also receive a £500 contribution towards the £8,395 recommended retail price when purchasing on either the Dimensions PCP package or HP scheme.
Completing the Dacia offers is the UK’s lowest priced estate car the Logan MCV available from £99 per month with a customer deposit of £1,272 and a £500 manufacturer deposit contribution on the Dimensions PCP scheme.