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Mitsubishi Fuso Extends 1.9% APR Financing for Canter FE

October 01, 2014

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America, Inc. (MFTA) has announced that its Cash In On Canter Sales Event, effective now through December 31, will continue to offer 1.9 percent APR financing across the U.S. on all of its new 2014–2015 model year Canter FE Series commercial trucks. It will also offer 0.9 percent APR financing or $2,000 bonus cash on new 2012–2013 Canter FE models left in dealer stock.

“While we have seen increased pressure on interest rates and prices, we believe our customers search for commercial trucks that offer the lowest cost-of-ownership available,” said Mike Rumsey, MFTA’s vice president, sales operations. “We want all of them to enjoy a very competitive acquisition cost as well as economical financing options as they put our new FUSO Canters to work in their operations. These trucks have been designed to provide low truck transport costs for businesses across a wide range of vocations. And we want the business decision to buy a Canter to be as rewarding as possible. FUSO Canter FE Series medium-duty trucks typically offer better fuel economy, 20 percent longer service intervals and payloads up to 2,200 lb. higher than competitive trucks.”

FUSO Canter medium-duty work trucks are available in Class 3 through 5 (13,200 lb. through 17,995 lb.) GVWRs, in standard cab and crew cab models, as well as a cabover 4WD model. For more information about the company's Cash In On Canter Sales Event, visit www.mitfuso.com/CashIn.

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  1. 1. Ian Smith [ October 18, 2014 @ 06:29AM ]

    Isuzu offers 0.00% Financing and a truck with a much lower Total Cost of Ownership, dependability, reliability and vastly better components.

 

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