£500 deposit contribution given to select Alfa Romeo models

Article by Anita Panait, on May 22, 2013

Alfa Romeo is holding a special SBK Sales Event from May 20 to 26, 2013 to celebrate its title sponsorship of the FIM Superbike World Championship as well as the first UK round in Donington on the 26th.  The special SBK Sales Event offers buyers an additional £500 deposit contribution on all Alfa MiTo and Giulietta models, over and above all existing offers. 

The offer also covers recently launched models like the Alfa MiTo SBK and MiTo Live Limited Editions and the new Giulietta Collezione. As a top WSBK sponsor this year, Alfa Romeo will provide the official safety car. Buyers during the event will not only receive additional £500 but also two complimentary tickets for the FIM Superbike World Championship in Silverstone on August 4, 2013.

Currently, the Alfa Giulietta range is available from only £199 monthly with zero-percent APR representative, £1500 Alfa Romeo Deposit Contribution & a three-year unlimited Alfa Romeo Warranty. However, orders for any of the Giulietta model from May 20 to 28, 2013, will get an additional £500 contribution. This means that the customer deposit for a Giulietta is now reduced by £2,000.

The promo also covers the Alfa MiTo sporty range. An interested buyer could avail of the Alfa MiTo Sprint 3-door from just £139 per month with an additional £500 Alfa Romeo Deposit Contribution on top of an existing £500 contribution. This means that the customer deposit for the Alfa MiTo Sprint 3-door is now reduced by £1000. For more information, visit alfaromeo.co.uk/uk/#/finance-offers/sbk-event.

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