Macquarie's EOFY Campaign

With the end of the financial year fast approaching, Macquarie is coming up with a special offer for existing commercial clients who are thinking about upgrading their commercial vehicle's.

For a limited time only, these clients can now have the opportunity to upgrade their commercial vehicle loan, without all of the normal payout costs applied, when they take out a new Macquarie commercial loan.

With competitive rates starting from 2.85% for a property owner financing a 2019 or 2020 vehicle with an LVR 90%, it could be a great time for your clients to upgrade or replace their commercial vehicles or equipment.

Additionally, this streamlined replacement policy means a faster experience for you and your clients.

What you need to know

To take advantage of this offer, your clients will need to be an ABN holder, and have a satisfactory credit history with no accounts in arrears, and not currently on a payment pause.

As you may be aware, the Australian Government has increased the instant asset write-off threshold for eligible assets to up to $150,000 for eligible business. To find out more, your clients can visit the ATO website or speak with their accountant.

How to help your clients take advantage of this offer

  • Reach out to your existing Macquarie commercial clients today to let them know about this fantastic offer.
  • Call Macquarie to get a reduced payout figure for your client through their Introducer Service team on 1800 005 046 (then select option 1).
  • Submit your application via Maclease utilising the replacement policy for streamlined approval.

Also, keep in mind about Macquarie's in-house car buying service Macquarie Vehicle Select. Their specialised team will negotiate a great deal for your client and ensure a seamless buying experience who are partnered with over 800 vehicle dealers across Australia to offer fleet pricing for your clients.

*WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate.