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UniCredit Leasing will finance electric car purchases under preferential terms and conditions


UniCredit Leasing will finance electric car purchases under preferential terms and conditions
  • The green leasing provides a possibility to clients for zero down payment and offers attractive interest rate terms

UniCredit Leasing will provide to clients preferential terms and conditions for electric car purchase. This specially developed leasing offer provides a possibility for consumers to get leasing without the initial down payment, under attractive interest rate terms, with a repayment term up to 6 years and a fast-track application procedure made simple. In addition, clients can benefit from the service for structuring personalised monthly installments through the amount remaining at the end of the leasing term.

“Creating this new leasing product is a part of the comprehensive strategy of UniCredit for sustainable financing and responsible and sustainable management. Electric cars, on the one hand, offer the comfort and safety of traditional cars, while on the other hand, they have a long-term positive effect on reducing the CO2 footprint on the environment. It is of tremendous importance to us to support and motivate our clients together to care for a future with less CO2 emissions and to be their reliable green partner”, commented Alexander Krustev, CEO of UniCredit Leasing.

In addition to the specially developed financial leasing, clients can also take advantage of the preferential Casco and Third Party Liability insurance options, plus coverage for transportation of the electric car to the nearest charging station in case of charge loss and 24/7 assistance in case of an insurance event, including on-site assistance in filing claims for damages.

Further to that, existing clients of UniCredit Bulbank will get additional discounts and gifts when they choose green leasing under the current campaign.

The purchase of an electric car not only has a positive effect on the environment, but also provides owners with easy access to parking free of charge in the city centers of big cities.    

In a long-term perspective, it is expected that the share of electric cars would increase noticeably, considering the impact of various regulations by the authorities, potential political incentives, CO2 directives and the pricing parity between electric cars and internal combustion engine vehicles. According to calculations done by BloombergNEF, it is expected the sales of passenger electric cars to rise sharply in the next few years, increasing from 3.1 million in 2020 to 14 million in 2025.

On a global scale, this represents around 16% of the sales of cars in 2025, although some countries achieve a much greater share. In Germany, for instance, electric cars constitute nearly 40% of the total sales until 2025.

Detailed information on the preferential green leasing and how to apply can be found on the website of UniCredit Leasing.

Additional media information:

Darina Radoslavova, tel +359 887 505273, Ebsjob/SbeptmbwpwbAVojDsfejuHspvq/CH

Ekaterina Ancheva, tel +359 894 518 193 , flbufsjob/bodifwbAvojdsfejuhspvq/ch