Being Profitable with Scania is More Affordable than Most Think
Being profitable with a Scania is more affordable than most people would think. In celebrating its 50 year (F50Y) in Malaysia, Scania is launching an amazing promotion which is valid for trucks ordered and delivered between January to December 2021. From as low as MYR6,888 to just over MYR11,118 per month on-the-road, you can have a Scania New Truck Generation for five different applications. Financial services are subject to credit approval, terms and conditions apply.
On-the-road from MYR9,888 per month plus insurance and road tax with Repair & Maintenance contract is the Scania for container haulage. Specifically for general cargo, bulk transport and tanker haulage it comes with insurance and road tax including 5-year Maintenance services. These three haulage types are perfect for long-haul heavy load deliveries. On-the-road from MYR11,118 per month plus insurance and road tax is the Scania XT Tipper inclusive of 5-year Maintenance services. Suitable for tough conditions these tippers get the job done effortlessly.
And finally, on-the-road from MYR6,888 per month plus insurance and roadtax is the Scania rigid boxed body inclusive of 2-year Maintenance services, excellently designed for door-to-door deliveries in an urban setting. For those who qualify, Scania Credit could customise the hire-purchase to suit the customers’ affordability. .
A significant number of our existing customers who are realising good returns on their investment, would testify to this. Scania trucks are recognised for their superior fuel economy, safety and reliability in many applications. They are also designed to give you efficient total cost of operation and increase your business profitability. With Scania Ecolution partnership, operators can also aim to reduce their CO2 emissions to do their part for the environment.
“Scania is leading the shift towards a sustainable transport system with its total solutions subscriptions. All these have helped our customers in achieving their objective of maximising their profits while minimising their carbon footprint,” said Daniel Tan, Sales Director of Scania Southeast Asia.