Efficient and Cheap to Run
Scooters come in all shapes and sizes these days and so does our finance for them.
Why not get one yourself and save a fortune on gas and parking costs – they are soooooo cheap to run.
We’ve got scooter and vehicle finance available right now so all you have to do is work out how much you need and apply online for the finance.
Whether it’s just heading on the commute to work, a lecture at your university, or catching up with friends. Forget about waiting for the bus or begging friends and family for a ride to town – one of our scooter loans will get you two wheels that can set you free.
With free parking for motorcycles and scooters in many parts of Auckland, it makes sense to ride a scooter, especially when you consider the low operating costs.
On Trade Me at any one time, there are hundreds of them for sale. Arm yourself with some cash to bargain for the right price. At the same time, our scooter loans can also provide enough for a new helmet and other extras you may need.
The first step… a few minutes is all you need to complete the loan application. One of our loan consultants will be in touch once we have received your application. If at any point you need assistance, don’t hesitate to give us a ring on 0800 323 130.
Cheap Running, Free Parking
Why buy a scooter instead of a motorcycle? When it comes to scooters vs motorcycles, motorcycles are usually harder to learn to ride but have larger engines and top speeds, while scooters are more fuel-efficient, cheaper and have better maneuverability. Best of all is the dedicated free parking bays for scooters.
Scooters can be thought of as the little brother of the motorcycle world. What’s unique about scooters is the fact that the engine is usually under the seat and directly attached to the rear axle. This allows the rider to not have to straddle the engine but puts a limitation on rear suspension quality. Typically scooters feature lower displacement, automatic engines and have bodywork to conceal all the mechanical elements.
Scooters make great short-distance commuters and are ideal for running around town. Scooters are generally inexpensive compared to motorcycles and fuel economy can be outstanding, which may help explain why scooters are starting to dominate the two-wheeled landscape in many cities around New Zealand.
And then you’ve got your stand-up models, these are everywhere!