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NTB and United Motors in exclusive partnership to provide attractive leases on SUVs

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Nations Trust Bank’s leasing arm Nations Leasing and United Motors Lanka PLC have entered into an MOU to provide customers with the best possible terms on leases for Mitsubishi Eclipse and Xpander SUVs. 

The MOU was signed on 12 February in Colombo. Executive Vice President for Leasing Priyantha Wijesekara signed the MOU on behalf of Nations Trust Bank PLC while General Manager Gihan Pilapitiya signed on behalf of United Motors Lanka PLC. 

This partnership between two of Sri Lanka’s most respected corporate entities will provide vehicle buyers with the opportunity to access high-quality SUVs from world renowned Japanese vehicle manufacturer Mitsubishi at unbeatable rates. Customers will be able to take advantage of Nations Leases for these vehicles at a special rate along with a generous discount for the purchase price, courtesy of United Motors Lanka.

Other exclusive benefits include higher residual values, no requirement for guarantors, speedy processing of leases and discounts on vehicle insurance if obtained from Ceylinco Insurance, Fair First Insurance or Sri Lanka Insurance Corporation. These special rates and benefits will only be available for three months, from 12 February to 12 May.

Speaking about the tie-up, Wijesekara said, “United Motors PLC is one of Sri Lanka’s pioneering motor vehicle companies and we are proud to tie-up with them and be able to offer our customers unbeatable terms on leases of Mitsubishi SUVs. At Nations Leasing, we never stop and we are always pushing the boundaries to find new ways to provide our customers with financial flexibility and ensure that they get the best deal possible. Nations Leasing has also consistently led the market in terms of speed of service and unparalleled levels of customer service. Therefore, I invite anyone who is looking to drive a brand new SUV to take advantage of these special benefits before the promotion period ends on 12 May.”

Pilapitiya added, “Being one of the most respected and oldest motor companies in Sri Lanka, we are very happy to tie-up with Nations Leasing, Sri Lanka’s top performing leasing outfit. The dynamism and willingness of the team to stretch the limits is inspiring and we are sure that many buyers will be able to benefit from the exclusive discounts, rates and terms that our partnership will provide over the next three months.”

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