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Honda Cars India signs MoU with IDBI Bank to offer attractive finance schemes

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Hyderabad / New Delhi: Honda Cars India Limited (HCIL), a leading manufacturer of premium cars in India has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with IDBI Bank, a leading private sector Bank in India, to offer host of finance schemes for its customers.

This collaboration between HCIL and IDBI Bank will facilitate customers to avail hassle free affordable financing options & schemes on purchase of Honda Car models.

The association reaffirms commitment of HCIL and IDBI Bank to provide the best service to its customers, a release here said on Friday.

Elaborating on the partnership, Mr. Kunal Behl, Vice President, Marketing & Sales, Honda Cars India Limited. said, “The collaboration with IDBI Bank is an initiative to provide all Honda customers with convenient financing solutions along with the best ownership experience and assistance.

We are constantly striving to innovate and improve the customer experience at Honda Cars India, which begins right at the first touch point – the purchase experience. We look forward to welcoming new customers into our Honda family and sharing the joy of owning a Honda car,” he added.

IDBI Bank MoU with HCIL will enable offering of quick financing solution to a large number of Honda customers across the country. The benefits will include attractive interest rates, minimum processing charges, maximum loan amount and maximum re-payment period.

The partnership will ensure providing a better customer experience in terms of product and procedures.

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