GE Capital And KTM North America Extend Consumer Financing Program

GE Capital Retail Bank and KTM North America, Inc., a Powersports vehicle manufacturer, recently announced a multi-year extension of their consumer financing program. GE Capital Retail Bank provides financial solutions to retailers and dealers to help grow their customer sales and will continue to provide financing programs to KTM customers as it has since 2002.

The installment financing program is offered at more than 340 KTM dealers nationwide and offers special financing promotions on KTM’s complete line of new and used on- and off-road vehicles.* KTM customers are able to finance the unit plus the purchase of parts, service and accessories.

“For over a decade, the KTM consumer installment loan program has provided flexible finance options that our customers value when making such an important purchase,” said Jon-Erik Burleson, president for KTM North America. “We’re pleased to continue our relationship with GE Capital and appreciate the expertise and complete lending solutions they bring to our powersports dealers and enthusiasts.”

“We look forward to continue growing the KTM program by offering finance solutions that drive floor traffic for dealers and that meet the needs and budgets of riders who want to experience the excitement and performance of the KTM brand,” said Stephen Motta, vice president, GE Capital’s Retail Finance business.

For more than 75 years, GE Capital has helped major retailers and more than 200,000 small- and mid-sized businesses throughout the United States build consumer financing programs that support business growth and customer satisfaction and loyalty. GE Capital has been a leading provider of consumer credit in the Powersports industry for more than 25 years. The company supports its clients and dealer network with proprietary online technology such as Business Center, providing access to GE services, marketing and sales tools, as well as Learning Center, a comprehensive training tool for powersport dealerships.

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