Halifax offers £100 of free petrol to car-loan customers

Thursday, 06 September 2012 09:58

Halifax has announced a special offer for borrowers who take out a loan to buy a car.

Borrowers who take out a loan of between £5,000 and £25,000 over a one to seven-year term will receive £100 towards the cost of petrol. The £100 will be provided on a pre-paid fuel card.

The offer is available until the 21st October 2012 and is available in branch, online or over the phone to any customers who take out a personal loan in order to buy a car.

The new plates have just come out, meaning that this is a popular time to buy a new car for many motorists. September is a key month for the motor industry.

Halifax says that a new car purchase has remained one of the most common reasons for people taking out a loan and has aimed the reward to offer a tailored bonus relevant to borrowers and at a time when petrol and diesel prices have reached a new record high.

Chris Phillips, Head of Halifax Personal Loans: "Buying a car is one of the most common reasons customers take out a personal loan and this offer has been designed with their specific needs in mind to help alleviate some of the essential costs motorists face."

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