New Sales Schemes for Mitsubishi Mirage
Economy, Auto

New Sales Schemes for Mitsubishi Mirage

Arian Motors, the official representative of Mitsubishi Motors in Iran, has introduced a new scheme for the sale of Mitsubishi Mirage 2017. The company is selling the car in 12-month installments.
Under the scheme, the vehicle is priced at 788 million rials ($22,500) interest-free, the local automotive website Asre Khodro reported.
The company is also leasing the car with 16% interest over 24 months. Customers who choose to purchase the car with any of the schemes above will not receive the ownership documents until they have paid all the installments.
On the other hand, customers who choose to pay in cash are given a 5% discount.
The offer by the Mitsubishi dealership is not the first of its kind, but is part of a growing trend of financing options used by several car companies to boost car sales.

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