The Mi Moto Program with new quotas

This stage has the same operations as the previous ones and reaches all users, clients or non-clients of the BNA.

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La Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Camera, which brings together the main terminals of the country, announced that the Program My Moto, a financing scheme for domestically made motorcycles by National Bank.

Regarding the conditions, the maximum amount to be financed remains the same as the previous stage, until $ 250.000, and is maintained for a period of 48 installments using the French amortization system.

Zanella“This program has been renewed thanks to the success it generates in the users and the push it gives to the motorcycle sector. We hope to continue adding models and expanding this type of financing tools that both promote and underpin consumption " said Lino Stefanuto, president of CAFAM

The operation of the plan will continue to be the same. Once the credit is pre-approved, the client will have seven calendar days to reserve the motorcycle on the following platform developed for the program https://www.tiendabna.com.ar/mi-moto. In it you can find all the models and prices in force as of September 2021.

HR 14 brands who participate in the plan are: Corven, Bajaj, Brava, Gilera, Honda, Mondial, Keller, Kymco, Motomel, Keeway, Benelli, Guerrero, Okinoi y Zanella.

So far the program includes 48 models of national motorcycles of the aforementioned brands, which may be purchased in up to 48 installments with a subsidized fixed rate, from 28,5% for clients BNA salary and for non clients 37,5% through the marketplace created for this purpose.

According to the latest data released by CAFAM, during the month of August 36.679 units and an accumulated of 243.113 motorcycles in 2021. The best-selling motorcycles continue to be those of low displacement and those of national origin, having patented 35.347 national units, and 1.332 110-cc units. in the period.

“There is a recovery in sales in the sector, especially of national and low-cylinder motorcycles. However, it is not enough, we are far from normal years for the industry in terms of patents ", Stefanuto analyzed.

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