Hyundai Motor Finance will make up to six months of payments for buyers who purchase or lease a new vehicle between March 14 and April 30 and lose their jobs due to COVID-19. Additionally, for select new purchases before April 30, the lender is offering zero percent APR for buyers with top-tier credit history and payment deferrals for up to four months
Jaguar and Land Rover
Jaguar Land Rover Financial Group is offering new-vehicle buyers zero percent APR on 2020 Jaguar and Land Rover models, as well as the 2021 Jaguar F-type, for up to 72 months. The lender is also offering the opportunity for certain buyers to defer payments for up to three months.
Kia Motors Finance is offering new-vehicle payment deferrals for up to four months on select vehicles with zero percent APR for up to 75 months.
Maserati Capital is offering new-vehicle buyers up to three months in payment deferrals.
Mazda Capital Services is offering new-vehicle buyers payment deferrals for up to three months and 0.9 percent APR for up to 60 months on select new vehicles. Returning owners can qualify for a $1500 credit toward any new-vehicle purchase or lease.
Ally, Mitsubishi’s preferred financing source, is offering new-vehicle buyers payment deferrals for up to three months.
For new-vehicle buyers, Nissan Motor Acceptance, the lending arm of the company, is offering a payment deferral of up to three months and will also cover payments for two months.
Subaru Financial Services is offering new car buyers payment deferrals for up to three months.
Volkswagen Credit will waive payments for up to $750 for as long as six months for new car buyers who lose their jobs due to COVID-19. The lending arm of the company is also offering zero-percent interest loans for up to 60 months for certified pre-owned vehicles. Additionally, Volkswagen Credit is offering new-vehicle buyers the option to defer payments for up to six months and is offering zero-percent APR loans for up to 72 months on select new vehicles.