Hero MotoCorp, the world’s largest manufacturer of motorcycles and scooters, has introduced a range of new and exciting retail finance schemes for customers.
Adding cheer to the ongoing festive season, the company is making numerous finance offers available to customers through a wide range of partners.
The innovative financial products such as No-Hypothecation, No cost EMIs, and Cash EMI (loan without a bank account), ensure that customers can bring home their preferred Hero MotoCorp product hassle-free. Along with Hero FinCorp, it has also introduced segment-first schemes such as Kisan EMI and Balloon EMI. These schemes provide tailor-made solutions for farm-income-based customers as well as customers with seasonal incomes.
Through easy options and customized schemes, the company is ensuring that almost all customer segments in the country have access to convenient finance and purchasing power. Thus, empowering them and boosting the economy in the process.
Additionally, Hero MotoCorp has introduced attractive schemes such as Aadhaar based funding, low down payment starting from Rs. 6,999/-, low interest rate of 5.55% and long tenure loans of up to 48 months. Customers can also avail of instant monetary benefits by using credit and debit cards of select banks like SBI and ICICI.
Providing customers with the power to choose, Hero MotoCorp has tied up with multiple nationalized banks, private banks and Non-banking financial corporations (NBFCs), including HDFC Bank, IndusInd Bank, Shriram City Union Finance, HDB Financial Services, IDFC First Bank, and Wheels EMI.
Customers can visit their nearest Hero MotoCorp outlet for more information.
Hero MotoCorp Limited, formerly Hero Honda, is an Indian multinational motorcycle and scooter manufacturer headquartered in New Delhi, India. The company is the largest two-wheeler manufacturer in the world, and also in India, where it has a market share of about 37.1% in the two-wheeler industry. As of 27 May 2021, the market capitalization of the company was ₹59,600 crore (US$7.9 billion).