Finance & Insurance

At Blackwells Mazda we pride ourselves on providing personal solutions for your finance and leasing needs.

Our specialist Business Manager is on hand to discuss a finance plan to suit your needs and circumstances and will act on your behalf to get the best deal. Even better, you are under no obligation when you take advantage of this free service.

We are able to select from the products and services of a wide range of finance and lease companies, ensuring you get the most competitive package every time. Whether you are a private purchaser or a business user we will assemble a package that suits you.

 

Hire Purchase

With repayment terms from 6 to 60 months, hire purchase is a well-known method of financing. With flexible deposits, structured repayments and residual options, this option suits most purchase requirements and is the most flexible.

Finance Lease

A lease with the opportunity for the lessee to purchase the vehicle. Suits both the private and business buyers alike. Basically this is a flexible operating lease. Usually incorporates one payment in advance, a nominated monthly amount followed with a final balloon/residual payment - extremely popular.

Operating Lease

This is essentially a rent and return option (known as a long term hire agreement) for those who do not wish to have an asset on their books and the residual risk of owning a vehicle. Like a finance lease, the operating lease usually incorporates one payment in advance and can include a full maintenance package if you choose which covers all servicing and maintenance, tyres and annual re-licensing.

Protecting Your Payments

Payment Protection Insurance protects you and your family, giving you peace of mind in the knowledge that your vehicle loan or lease repayments will be covered to the extent of the policy limits, at time of illness, accident, redundancy, strike, bankruptcy or death (depending on the cover purchased).

Guaranteed Asset Protection

In the unfortunate event that your vehicle is declared a total loss, you may find that the insurance payout is less than the amount required to settle your loan balance or the amount owing on your vehicle lease.