Wirral, UK (PRWEB UK) 10 September 2012
The new Range Rover model was announced to great acclaim recently. Leading Gap Insurance team at Aequitas Automotive have already seen a significant interest in the new vehicle, with consumers inquiring into Gap cover for the vehicle.
The new Range Rover features loss of over 400kgs, which means that the new version is much faster than the older model. Further feature enhancements have lowered the CO emission value of the engine and raised the economy also. A further hybrid version is planned in 2013, improving on these figures still further.
The Range Rover interior provides better legroom than before, as well as a new range of luxurious trim options. *
Consumers are eagerly awaiting the new model's arrival, and this has sparked interest in financial protection provided by Gap protection. Such luxurious vehicles have a price tag to match, and a member of the team at leading gap insurance provider, Aequitas Automotive explained how a new product range can protect prospective Range Rover buyers.
"The new Range Rover model has captured the imagination for sure. The inquiries we have received regarding the new version has been quite staggering. Our new Gap Insurance product range provides a choice of cover for buyers, depending on how they wish to protect themselves.
For those taking a lease on the new car, we offer a Contract Hire Gap option. This can be used to protect the outstanding rentals on the vehicle. For those with a form of Hire Purchase, or paying cash for the vehicle, we can provide a Return to Invoice or Vehicle Replacement policy.
The important improvements in cover mean that we can provide up to 5 year cover, and most importantly we now cover the cost of all factory fitted extra's. With vehicles such as the new Range Rover, factory fitted extra's can cost tens of thousands of pounds, which can mean quite a difference in any prospective gap claim.
We hope that anyone thinking about Gap Insurance for a new Range Rover can now protect themselves to the level they want with our new products."
Aequitas expect interest to rise for the new products as the date for the new model launch approaches.