Kubota RTV 1100
The Kubota RTV 1100 is one of the bestselling atvs on the market, and Kubota have invested much of their tractor technology into improving its level of performance.
Kubota realised that many of their competitors used engineering and mechanical models that were similar to those used in golf carts and four wheel drives. Continue reading
Kubota Rtv’s are utility vehicles that come in three different shapes and sizes – compact to mid size, full size, and xg. All utility vehicles can be used for awide variety of jobs and work. Many people use them for residential purposes, different types of construction projects, a wide range of agricultural work. Continue reading
Buying or leasing a Kubota rtv will inevitably involve some type of credit arrangement, and getting a quote from Kubota credit can be a useful starting point, in order to compare terms and conditions with other quotes from other financial institutions such as a bank or a credit union.
It is important to understand the principles of leasing an RTV in order to be able to make a valid comparison, both with other financial quotes, and with the costs that would be involved in buying a Kubota rtv outright.
Leasing an rtv is similar in many ways to a long-term rental.
A credit lease is a legal document that wi to effectively take ownership of the Kubota rtv for a fixed period of time, normally a number of months up to several years.
The customer will pay a monthly charge to kubota or Kubota credit over the period of the lease.
The customer will also pay a down payment at the outset of the lease, and also what is known as a lease end payment when the term of the lease expires.
There are also likely to be costs incurred relating to the condition of the Kubota rtv when it is effectively handed back in at the end of the lease.
The customer is responsible for the condition or state of the rtv during the term of the lease, and will be expected to make good any excessive wear or tear which will be assessed once the lease has finished.
KUBOTA RTV CREDIT
At the end of the lease, it is quite likely that the customer will be given an opportunity to purchase the rtv outright, and depending upon their circumstances this may or may not make financial sense.
If the customer receives a financial offer of credit from Kubota / Kubota Credit or any other financial institution, such an offer may be dependent on a cosigner of the lease.
This normally happens either when the person taking out a credit arrangement is quite young, and the cosigner is either a parent or guardian, or where the applicant’s credit history is either poor or unproven.
In any event, if a cosigner is required it is important to realise that they assume joint financial responsibility with the applicant for all financial terms and conditions that are specified in the lease.