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HNB partners Micro Cars to offer exclusive leasing packages

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From left: HNB Leasing Executive – Business Development Mahesh Ratnayake, HNB Leasing Assistant Manager Roshan De Silva, HNB Leasing Senior Manager Niluka Amarasinghe, HNB Personal Financial Services Head Kanchana Karunagama, Micro Cars Marketing Director Ruvindu Guneratne, Micro Cars General Manager Dhammika Gunawardena and Micro Cars Sales Head Prasad Malalasekara



  • Exclusive interest rates on MG ZS, MG EZS and BAIC X25 by HNB
  • Free life insurance cover of Rs. 4 m and discounted premiums from HNB General Insurance
  • Free credit card with the first annual year fee waived off


Sri Lanka's premier financial solutions provider, HNB PLC, partnered with Micro Cars Ltd. to offer a slew of exclusive leasing packages with attractive benefits and interest rates for customers intending to purchase the Micro’s popular MG ZS, MG EZS and BAIC X25 models.

HNB Personal Financial Services Head Kanchana Karunagama and Micro Cars Marketing Director Ruvindu Gunaratne signed the MoU on behalf of both organisations at a ceremony hosted at Micro Cars Head Office recently.

“Micro Cars are rapidly becoming one of Sri Lanka’s most popular vehicle brands, offering users a reliable, durable and compact vehicle ideally suited for navigating and finding parking in busy urban environments. Through our partnership, HNB is proud to be able to offer our customers tailor-made leasing packages with attractive interest rates and benefits on some of the brand’s most popular models. This is an invaluable opportunity, and we therefore invite all our leasing customers to avail themselves of the outstanding value created between Micro Cars and HNB,” Kanchana Karunagama said.

Individuals intending to purchase a Micro MG ZS, MG EZS and BAIC X25 will be entitled to a special interest rate reduction from the prevailing interest rate from HNB in addition to a free life insurance cover of Rs. 4 million anchored to discounted premiums from HNB General Insurance and a free credit card with the first annual year fee waived off.

HNB customers also have the option of choosing either a structured or residual leasing facility, to better suit their budget. Minimal documentation, personalised one day service and doorstep assistance are some of the benefits and services offered by HNB to the customer as a result of this partnership. “While demand from the average Sri Lankan for an affordable and reliable vehicle is high and  still growing, financing this requirement can often be a real challenge, which is why we are extremely pleased to have partnered with HNB. Moving forward, our customers will be able to leverage this partnership to secure some of the most attractive rates in the market,” Ruvindu Gunaratne said.

Micro Cars offers customers' free registration for MG ZS and MG EZS vehicles in addition to a special discounted prices for BAIC X25.

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