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2017-04-05 08:52

PRICE BUSTERS: Ford South Africa has good news for graduates who obtained a certain qualifications in the last five years . Image: QuickPic

Johannesburg - As part of its strategy to provide dealers and customers with innovative finance products, Ford Credit South Africa has launched its new Graduate Purchase Programme that gives eligible graduates a discount of five percent off the purchase price of a new Ford, plus a preferential interest rate that will be lower than usual for their credit profile when financing with Ford Credit.

Helping students 

Steve Fraser, Managing Director of Ford Credit SA says: "As a company with a great sense of social responsibility, we know how important education is to the economic and social fabric of South Africa. Obtaining a university degree requires students to overcome many obstacles and financial pressures, which are particularly acute at this time."

Qualifying criteria 

  • Graduates who have obtained a bachelor's honour's or master's degree, national diploma, BTech or MTech degree within the last five years.
  • The maximum age of eligible candidates is 30 years at the time of initial application, proof of age and an original degree certificate will be required. (No copies will be accepted.)
  • The vehicle must be registered and financed in the name of the applicant.

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