Electric Motorcycles Zero Motorcycles: New Financing Options

Zero Motorcycles: New Financing Options


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Zero Motorcycles, the global leader in electric motorcycle technology, says consumer financing options are now available for the entire 2011 Zero Motorcycles line-up.

With its newly established and expanding dealership sales network, Zero Motorcycles now offers financing at the retail level, making a Zero purchase quick, easy and affordable. Zero has partnered with netLoan Funding, an online financing lenders aggregator, to allow new customers an affordable way to buy a Zero Motorcycle.

John Lloyd (VP of Global Sales, Zero Motorcycles) says: “As part of our transition in becoming a more accessible motorcycle company, Zero is thrilled to now offer consumer financing.

“In addition to working with local dealerships where interested buyers can come and kick the tires, it’s easier than ever before to test ride a Zero and take it home on the same day.”

NetLoan Funding allows consumers to have the purchasing power they need with convenient low minimum monthly payments. By bringing together a diverse group of lenders to provide consumers with a wide variety of online financing options, netLoan Funding is assisting interested consumers in becoming Zero Motorcycles owners today.

With netLoan, new buyers can take home a Zero X for as little as $136 a month. In addition to a variety of tax incentives available with purchase, Zero Motorcycles are now more available to consumers everywhere.

For more details on financing options, visit your local Zero Motorcycles dealership today. Financing options will vary by state and dealership. Financing options are available on all new 2011 Zero Motorcycles, including the Zero S, Zero DS, Zero XU, Zero MX and Zero X.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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