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New John Deere machines with 0% finance
September 20, 2011

John Deere Financial has announced a new interest free finance programme for this autumn, aimed at all golf and bowls clubs in the UK . Under the terms of this latest credit scheme, customers may order any new golf & turf machine from John Deere dealers, at any time from now up until 30 November 2011.

The offer is for 1+2 annual payments at zero per cent interest, with the amount financed limited to 60 per cent of the recommended retail list price. As usual, other credit profiles are available on request, and the availability of finance is subject to status and to the usual terms and conditions - further details are available at www.JohnDeereFinancial.co.uk or from John Deere dealers nationwide.

The wide range of machines eligible for purchase under this new scheme include John Deere's new walk-behind greens mowers, which were featured on the company's stand at IOG SALTEX 2011 in September.

The SL Series PrecisionCut walk-behind greens mowers have been designed to deliver a top quality finish on golf courses, bowling greens and other fine turf areas, and are fitted with a standard 11 blade, 127mm (5in) diameter reel with true cutting widths of 46, 56 and 66cm (18, 22 and 26in) respectively. They feature low noise and vibration levels, a powerful 3kW petrol engine and easy bedknife-to-reel adjustment

The mowers employ a fixed-head version of the patented SpeedLink technology now incorporated on the cutting units of all John Deere PrecisionCut machines. This innovative design allows height of cut adjustments to be made much more quickly and easily, from just one side of the mower. In addition, a new patented front roller bracket makes it equally simple to change the front roller when required.








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