Seylan Bank has tied up with Hyundai Lanka (Pvt.) Ltd to offer an irresistible offer with special rates on Hyundai Eon and Hyundai Grandi10 cars leased through Seylan Leasing.
Hyundai Eon is a stylish hit on the roads and scores high on performance as well. Eon possesses an SOHC, three-cylinder, ninevalve engine while using capacity of 814cc, which is intended to give optimum fuel efficiency in all conditions with superior fuel mileage of 21.1 Km/ Lt.
Hyundai Eon has been intelligently designed with roomy interiors and lots of space. The allnew Hyundai Grand i10 is launched with the options of 1.0L Auto Basic model and the 1.0L Auto fully loaded (with a considerably higher specification level) than the basic model.
The Grand i10 features sleek and substantial lines that emphasize the naturally athletic stance of a model which is longer, wider and lower than its predecessor. With relocated and retuned components resulting in greater body and wheel control, Grand i10 delivers more driver involvement and rides comfort comparable to that of cars from higher segments.
Seylan Bank Deputy General Manager Consumer Finance Delvin Pereira explained, “The Seylan Leasing Hyundai promotion offers an array of special benefits for leasing customers looking for vehicles at reasonable rates from a reliable leasing partner.”
Under this promotion, a customer will benefit from a special drive away price starting from Rs.28,122 and further enjoying a package of benefits, which will include a free comprehensive insurance during the first year, free Seylan credit card and also for professionals an extended repayment term up to seven years. Seylan Bank, with a wide branch network representing almost every part of the island, gives an added advantage in market reach under this promotion, where a client who intends obtaining a lease facility could approach a Seylan Bank branch within a radius of 10 kilometres.
“We believe that Seylan Hyundai Eon and Grand i10 leasing promotion will receive an overwhelming response whereby Seylan Bank is committed to promote leasing to support evolving lifestyles,” concluded Pereira.