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ComBank launches 4th ‘Leasing Vaaré’ with lower rentals


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The Commercial Bank of Ceylon (ComBank) has announced the return of its ‘Leasing Vaaré’ (Leasing Season) promotion for the fourth year, with special rentalsand a range of other benefits covering leases of any brand of vehicle during the promotion period. 

The bank has declared 1 April to 30 June its ‘Leasing Vaaré’ for 2019 and will offerleasing customers these attractive terms for leases of up to seven years. 

Notably, the bank’s Super Leasing and Hybrid Leasing facilities afford customers the ability to purchase high-end vehicles at lower rentals, while also offering easy repayment plans and lower early settlement fees.

During this three-month period, customers can lease both registered and unregistered vehicles, enjoy a longer repayment period, reap the benefits of tailor-made repayment packages to suit individual income patterns, and even top up theirexisting leasing facilities, the bank said. 

Moreover, special rentals for selected popular vehicles, and easy payments plans for insurance premiums through ComBank Credit Cards too are among the benefits to be enjoyed during this ‘Leasing Vaaré’.

Quick and hassle-free loan processing and expedited approvals are some of the fringe benefits of the promotion. Furthermore, the option of replacing a vehicle and continuing with the same leasing facility too will be offered to customers.

In addition, ComBank has also partnered with Ideal Motors Ltd. to offer attractive discounts, competitive lease rentals, and other benefits to customers leasing Mahindra-branded commercial vehicles. A similar joint promotion has been launched with Brown & Company PLC offering customers special lease rentals and discounts when purchasing tractors and agricultural equipment during this season.


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