SelecTrucks brings back walk-away lease program

SelecTrucks reintroduces fair market value leasing program

SelecTrucks has reintroduced its manufacturer-backed fair market value leasing program, SelectLease. According to SelecTrucks, participating fleets will benefit from  monthly payments, zero to low down payment options, flexible lease terms ranging from 24 to 36 months, reduced ownership risk, and 60-Day Buyer’s Assurance included at no extra cost, SelecTrucks stated in a press release. The flexibility of the program allows customers to “walk away” in as little as 24 months with no end-of-lease residual requirements (beyond return conditions and standard mileage allowances), the company said.

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Freightliner trucks leased through the program are eligible for Select Limited Warranty up to 48 months or 400,000 miles. The warranty includes zero deductible on standard truck service at Freightliner dealerships nationwide.

“SelectLease gives fleet customers peace of mind by minimizing upfront capital expenditure and decreasing the overall risk that comes with ownership,” said Bryan Howard, director of sales and distribution for SelecTrucks. “We’re pleased to offer this unique program to help our customers grow their businesses with quality, late-model used trucks.”

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