Skoda recently introduced EasyBuy, an assured buyback scheme on the Superb, to bring delight to prospective buyers. It enables the buyers to purchase the company's flagship sedan at the EMI of a car in a lower segment, along with some more benefits. Here are the three important things one should know before opting for this new scheme.
1. Skoda Financial Services
This EasyBuy scheme can be availed with any of the Superb trims currently on sale. However, it's available only through the Skoda Financial Services, which offers 100 per cent finance and up to 40 per cent lower equated monthly installments for a period of three years.
2. Buyback contract
There's also an assured introductory buyback value of 57 per cent for a new Skoda Superb at the end of a three-year contract term. Customers can then choose to return the vehicle to the dealer as long as the car meets the wear and tear guidelines along with the kilometre allowance.
3. Retain or trade in
Superb owners can also retain their vehicle by paying off the outstanding amount or re-finance it for another contractual term. What's more, through EasyBuy, customers can trade in the existing car and use the buyback value to purchase a new Skoda vehicle.