Yamaha Offers Industry’s Largest Range of Financing and Purchasing Options


Whoa. If you were considering either purchasing, leasing or trading in your old watercraft for a new 2016 WaveRunner, then you’re in some serious luck. Yamaha is going full throttle in making it incredibly easy and affordable to take an all-new PWC. How? Through special financing on an exclusive Yamaha Card issued by Capital One. After opening your new Yamaha Card account, qualified buyers are eligible through 12/31/15 to capitalize on some serious savings.

If qualified and you’re looking for a new 2016 model, you could be eligible for 4.99%, 9.99% or 14.99% APR with minimum payments of either 3.01%, 3.20% or 3.44% of the purchase amount (based on your credit) until the purchase is paid in full. Now, if you’re in the market for a 2015 or older model still sitting at your local Yamaha dealer, then you could score a sweet deal (through your Yamaha Card) of 3.99%, 8.99% or 13.99% APR with minimum payments of 3.01%, 3.20% or 3.44% (on all new 2011-2015 WaveRunners – excluding V1 & V1 Sport).

So what happens if you’re just looking for something new but you just don’t have a lot of cash to drop on a FX SHO or that VXS you’ve been looking at? Well, eligible buyers can qualify for an incredibly low payment of $95 a month on select new V1 and V1 Sport models! Depending on your credit, you can qualify for an intro APR of 2.49% – that’s some seriously quality savings!

And don’t worry, Yamaha WaveRunners is continuing the industry’s only true Guaranteed Buyback program and one of the industry’s best watercraft leasing programs, for those who just aren’t sure if long term PWC ownership is right for them. There’s just a lot going on so check out Yamaha WaveRunners’ website for more info.

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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