This week the quotas to request credits from the Program My Moto for the acquisition of national motorcycles, with a greater profit and more models included as of June 2021, bringing new segments closer to users.
The program launched at the end of last year has already five stages of validity and due to its success it continues to be renewed. At this time it allows access to 48 motorcycle models assembled in the country with integration of local parts of 14 brands.
Regarding the conditions, the maximum amount to be financed was extended to $ 250.000, and is maintained for a term of 48 installments, through the French amortization system. It reaches all users, clients or non-clients of the BNA.
“This program has been a very good financing tool that manages to bring our vehicles closer to a greater number of users at affordable rates. It is important that we continue, as we have been doing, in dialogue with the government and with all the players in the sector to continue expanding the financing tools available and agree on measures that promote, provide predictability and reactivate the motorcycle sector, so important in the industry national", said Lino Stefanuto, President of the Motorcycle Manufacturers Camera (CAFAM).
During this sixth stage, the plan will continue with the same procedure whereby once the credit has been 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 June 2021.
The 14 brands that 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 can 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 a marketplace created for this purpose.
According to the latest data released by CAFAM, as of June 14, 14.380 units were patented so far this month and a cumulative of 2021 of 156.802 motorcycles. Since the end of 2020, there has been a partial recovery in the demand for motorcycles, which is advancing as the main means of transport to mobilize in a pandemic. This, added to the boost to motorcycle consumption provided by the My Moto Program.
And in this direction, the best-selling motorcycles so far this year continue to be those with low displacement and those of national origin. In the accumulated of 2021 the 95,9% of the patented units were of national origin.