Kverneland has introduced a range of finance offers for original parts to help you spread the cost of buying OEM wearing metal for your Kverneland ploughs and cultivators. With harvest and cultivations getting ever closer, there has never been a better time to buy wearing metal.
There are three new finance schemes available, including a zero percent offer, allowing you stock-up on original parts bought through your local Kverneland dealer, without having to pay up front.
Available until the end of 2017, there are three offers to choose from, and terms and conditions do apply. The offers include buy now, pay six months later at 0% flat rate, with a single payment to clear the balance; the second offer is a buy now, then make 12 monthly payments to clear the balance using a flat rate of 3%; and the third offer is a buy now, and make two half-yearly payments to clear the balance using a 4% flat rate.
“The natural assumption is that original parts might cost you more – but the real story is far from it,” explains Richard Bennett, Kverneland parts marketing manager. “And with 0% finance available on original parts, there’s never been a better time to get ready for harvest.”
Original metal gives the correct balance between hardness and toughness, giving your Kverneland ploughs, cultivators and drills impressive wear characteristics, keeping soil-engaging tools working to their full potential.
The latest plough parts leaflet highlights some of the tough processes Kverneland metallurgists have developed to create the best steel available for your Kv implements. There is a wide range of points available too, to suit your field conditions – choose from flush fit, reversible fit, Knock-on and Quick-Fit point solutions.
“We’ll send you a copy of the latest plough parts leaflet so you can identify the correct original parts and part numbers for your plough. Just email your details to email@example.com and we’ll get one sent,” he adds. “Kverneland original parts are also guaranteed to fit, which will save you downtime and reduce frustration when the pressure is on.