Ryder Launches Relief Program for Financing Pre-Owned Commercial Vehicles
JUN 8, 2020 - 6:40 am
Ryder System announced the “Ryder Relief Program,” in which buyers can take advantage of two current pre-owned commercial vehicle sales promotions in the United States through June 30, 2020. The sales event, which allows customers to combine current truck financing and free contactless delivery offers, expands on Ryder’s commitment to provide customers with the flexibility, choice, and control necessary for efficient fleet management.
“Ryder’s main goal is to continuously enhance the customer experience by making it as seamless as possible to secure the best pre-owned commercial vehicle,” said Eugene Tangney, vice president of global vehicle sales for Ryder. “With this program, qualified customers can now combine, for the first time ever, our preferred finance offers, including our ‘No Down Payment With 100-Day No-Payments-Promotion’ and Ryder’s free truck delivery offer. Our customers recognize the value of quality pre-owned vehicles and we have listened to their needs and made the process so much easier.”
Ryder’s process is easily accessible and straightforward for customers, allowing potential buyers to browse vehicles online and purchase them remotely if they are not in close proximity to a Ryder Used Truck Center. Ryder staff is also available to consult potential buyers on the vehicle that is best suited for their businesses and provide a complete vehicle maintenance history report.
Ryder offers customers pre-owned vehicle inventory in three categories: Ryder Certified, Ryder Verified, and Ryder Reclassified for commercial vehicles, consisting of day cabs, sleepers, reefers, box trucks, sprinters, cargo vans, and trailers.
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