Rebecca A. Lindland | April 2, 2020
No one is protected from the destructive consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, prompting automotive brands to offer assistance to prospective and existing customers though special coronavirus payment plans and programs. Acura is responding to the crisis by compiling a variety of programs for current owners and lessees, as well as offering new shoppers payment deferment and special offers for first responders and healthcare workers.
The infection rate of the coronavirus continues to climb, despite extensive national efforts to prevent the spread. No industry is spared the disruption to both personal and professional lives. While hundreds of dealer showrooms are closed for sales transactions, the service and repair bays are still open, with Acura carefully following CDC recommendations for all of its workers.
Here’s a recap of what Acura and its credit company, Acura Financial Services (AFS), is offering and what other services are impacted.
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