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Pay nothing for 12 months.


Jaguar Finance Deferred Payment Plan.

The thrill and exhilaration of driving a new Jaguar is something that should never wait. With a Jaguar Finance Deferred Payment plan you can experience the art of performance today and defer payment for 12 months with as little as 20% deposit.

With improved lending rates and credit options now available, Jaguar are committed to passing on these terms to new and existing customers.

This means that if you have an existing finance plan with us you can terminate it, sign onto our deferred payment plan and pay nothing for 12 months.
Or, if you don’t have existing finance with us, trade in your current vehicle as your deposit, drive off in your new Jaguar and pay nothing for 12 months.

Jaguar Finance offers a wide range of finance options, with our team of business managers equipped with multiple options to suit individual needs.
Upgrading to the sophisticated design, modernised technology and class-leading driving performance of a new Jaguar is now more accessible than ever before.

To book a test drive today, please contact Archibalds.



Terms and Conditions

*With the Deferred Payment option you pay a minimum 20% deposit and scheduled repayments over the term of the loan, with a maximum loan term of 48 months. No payments are required for the first 12 months. Interest will still accrue on your loan from the date of drawdown. A fixed interest rate of 2.95% applies. Offer available until 31 July 2020 and only on new Jaguar Land Rover vehicles (excludes new MY20 Defender). Not available in conjunction with any other offer. Available only on New Zealand new stock currently in country. Offer excludes on road costs. Lending criteria, T&Cs and fees apply, including an establishment fee of $262 and a PPSR fee of $10.35. Jaguar and Land Rover Financial Services are provided by Heartland Bank Limited, which uses the Jaguar and Land Rover trade mark under license from Jaguar Land Rover Limited, who is the registered proprietor of the trade mark.