Finance to Buy HONDA Motorcycles
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You are now thinking of buying new HONDA motorbike, but yet to make up your mind to pay hundreds of thousands of shillings in cash. What kind of option is there to make it possible?
Sometimes you may not to be able to pay tens or hundreds of thousands of shillings in cash when you come and buy bike in the shop. You may want to pay in installments. We are offering means for Nairobi riders to pay kidogo kidogo, so that you can afford it!
Watu Credit as a loan
We kindly offer using Motorbike Loan of Watu Credit to buy motorcycles.
Watu Credit is the financing company for motor vehicles .
What is the Payment Details?
ONLY Nairobi customers can deposit 15,000Ksh to start loan!!
You will make weekly payment for 12,14,16,18 Months, after the first deposit. You can choose the amount of first deposit (20,000/40,000/60,000), then the amount of weekly payment differs depends on how much you deposit. You will be paying weekly by M-Pesa.
Please check the picture below for details.
What is needed to start the Loan?
Loan Requirements are as follows.
- Kshs 20,000 deposit at least (20,000 / 40,000 / 60,000)
- 2 Guarantors
- National ID (Purchaser and Guarantors)
- PIN Certificate (Purchaser)
- M-Pesa Registered Number
How can I start motorbike loan?
・You can first visit our shop and take a look at HONDA motorcycles, and consult our staff members about the finance.
・You are determined to buy one, then kindly visit Watu Credit’s Nairobi office in Vision Plaza, Mombasa Road, and start the process of using loan.
・After finishing the starting process, you can come to our shop to collect motorcycle, set up the tracking system, and start your ride!
Payment types in Nairobi shop
Not only financing, our shop in Enterprise Road, Nairobi accepts payments below.
- Loan (Finance, Installment) of Watu Credit
- Bank (We can release bikes after the confirmation of payment reflection in our account)
- Check (We can release bikes after the confirmation of payment reflection in our account)