The Chamber of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (Cafam), which brings together the country’s terminals, announced the relaunch of the My Moto plan. The program stipulates the acquisition of national vehicles in up to 48 installments, with a maximum financing of 300,000 pesos.

The brands that participate in the plan are Corven, Bajaj, Brava, Keller, Gilera, Honda, Mondial, Motomel, Suzuki, Guerrero, Okonoi, Zanella and Kiden. The program includes 42 national motorcycle models of these brands, which can be purchased in installments with a subsidized fixed rate of 19.50% for BNA salary customers; and for non-clients 29.50 percent.

Some of the available models are: Bajaj Boxer AT at $287,883; the Corven Energy Base at $164,158; the Brava Nevada Base at $162,900; the Gilera Smash Full at $180,500; the Guerrero G 110 Econo at $168,980; the Keller Classic 110 at $149,297, the Honda CB 125 f Twister at $296,300, the Kiden KD 150 at $299,500; the Mondial LD ​​110 Max RT at $160,740; the Okinoi OKN 110 at $151,178; the Suzuki AX 100 at $215,900 and the Zanella RX 150 Z7 at 243,855.

How to apply for the loan

The credit management begins through the Banco Nación website, where the client will be pre-qualified, then the motorcycle can be reserved through the link informed in the email, which will allow access to the BNA Store.

Once the reservation is completed, the interested party must formalize the loan request in person at the Branch.