My Moto Program: Renewed places

It allows the acquisition of nationally manufactured motorcycles, in 48 installments and a discounted rate.

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La Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Camera (CAFAM), which brings together the main terminals in the country, announced the launch of the third stage of the Program My Moto for the acquisition of nationally manufactured motorcycles, in 48 installments and a discounted rate

Agreed between CAFAM, the National Government and the representative chambers of the concessionaires (ACARA and CADECOM) the program maintains the financing of 200.000 pesos within a term of 48 installments, through the French amortization system and reaches all users, clients or non-clients of the Bank of the Argentine Nation (BNA).

"We are aware of the effort we are making together with our associates to continue advancing with the program so that more and more users can access our vehicles at affordable rates", he claimed Lino Stefanuto, president of CAFAM.

During this third stage, the plan will continue with the same procedure as the previous edition: Once the credit is pre-approved, the client will have seven calendar days to reserve the motorcycle at https://www.tiendabna.com.ar/mi-moto. In it you can find all the models and prices corresponding to the month of February.

The 15 brands that participate in the plan are: Beta, TVS, Corven, Bajaj, Brava, Gilera, Honda, Mondial, Kymco, Keller, Motomel, Keeway, Benelli, Guerrero, Okinoi y Zanella.

So far the program includes 44 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.

"We reaffirm our position that working together with the National Government and the concessionaires chambers will make us generate new tools to promote the development of the sector and generate new opportunities"Stefanuto concluded.

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