Monday, June 17, 2024

Diesel & 1st Carib. Bank team up to get you your van!

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Belize Diesel & Equipement Company Limited and First Caribbean Bank teamed up to present a great offer to those interested in purchasing a brand new Toyota Hiace Van. New to Toyota and new to the island, this van works for the island’s cobblestone streets. Toyota’s Hiace is a twelve passenger, 2.5 turbo diesel, 4 cylinder van perfectly equiped for taxi drivers, tour operators and resort owners. Lila Riverol, Sales Manager for Diesel, stated that the van was perfect for the those mentioned above. “The van is not longer and not wider than the Toyotas on the island but it is a bit narrower. The perception that people have that it is bigger is because of the height of the vehicle,” she commented. First Caribbean Bank is offering a great rate and financing for those interested in making a purchase. With 80% financing for those that plan to use the van commercially, First Caribbean is making it easier for you to start working with your van. 18% interest rate and with a term of 1 – 5 years, the commercial loan will require comprehensive insurance. By providing equity on property, financing may be provided up to 90 or a 100%. For private use of the van, First Caribbean is offering 90% financing and the application is viewed on a case-by-case basis. With a maximum of repayment in seven (7) years the amount loaned depends on the size, engine and price range of the vehicle.

The Airstrip Taxi Association met with First Caribbean and Belize Diesel to find out about the great opportunity being offered by the two businesses
For further information on the Toyota Hiace contact Diesel & Equipment Company Limited located at 7142 Slaughterhouse Road or call 223-2003.
For further information on First Caribbean Bank’s loan offer contact any of their loan officer at 226-3834 or visit them on their offices located at Barrier Reef Drive.

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