Mitsubishi offering 0% financing through the Sam’s Club Auto Buying Program

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

Through the Sam's Club Auto Buying Program, Mitsubishi Motors North America is offering zero-percent financing or reduced-price leases on several 2009 and 2010 models. The program runs until Feb. 1.

The following vehicles -- the 2009 Eclipse, Eclipse Spyder, Lancer and Outlander and the 2010 Galant and Endeavor will be offered zero percent for 60 months.

If you've been eyeing two of the newest models, the 2010 Lancer Sportback or 2010 Outlander crossover, you should know that they will not be included for zero percent financing but there will be a low-lease plan available.

To illustrate how appealing this program is, Sam's Club will market the Outlander at $226 a month for 48 months, with a $1,999 down payment. In a press release issued by Sam's Club, Mitsubishi Motors Credit America will handle the financing for the program.

Mitsubishi North America's director of advertising, Francine Harsini, said that some customers of its members-only retail stores will not qualify for the Mitsubishi incentives.

Sam's Club, which is owned by Wal-Mart Stores Inc., boasts 47 million members and more than 500 locations. Don't be surprised if the Wal-Mart store near you will be displaying these Mitsubishi models included in the program.

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