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Peace-of-mind offer from FUSO

FUSO Trucks, a part of Daimler Trucks & Buses Southern Africa, strengthened its commitment to the South African truck market by introducing an incredibly generous offer to local transporters.  This is an attractive proposition especially for start-ups, SMMEs, smaller fleet owners needing to extend their fleets and those who wish to expand their fleets at an affordable price with superior value.

  • Brand claim built on reliability; quality; and best service support
  • When value for money and affordability come together – Simply better trucks, now even more affordable

From a mere R5 999pm* ex VAT, customers can walk away with a FUSO Canter FE7-136 + a free drop side body. This is a tremendous deal which includes an extended warranty of 4-years/240 000kms – that’s a massive 1 460 days peace of mind.

The offer is available only from franchised dealers on retailed vehicles, up until 31 December 2019 subject to stock availability.

The offer by FUSO Trucks and FUSO Finance is a collaboration to bring to market a convenient one-stop-package suited to customers’ financial circumstance and at a competitive interest rate. The offer will go far in assisting businesses who are meticulous about their fleet running costs and are set in achieving a lower total cost of ownership.

FUSO already produces good fuel efficiency, provides exceptional value for money and delivers reliable service and maintenance. Added to the outstanding package is a further bonus where the first instalment is only due after 60 days (terms and conditions apply).

This attractive offer is on promotion throughout South Africa through approved FUSO dealers.

 

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