Jaguar Land Rover Roll Out Bumper Buy Now PayLater Option Across Service Departments

Jaguar Land Rover Roll Out Bumper Buy Now PayLater Option Across Service Departments


Jaguar Land Rover is to use Bumper’s flexible interest free payment solution across its service departments.

Jaguar Land Rover customers will be given the option to split their bill into affordable monthly payments completely interest free. Bumper’s use of risk management systems and artificial intelligence allows an instant decision to be made whilst the customer’s car is still in the dealership. This allows maintenance work to be carried out and giving the customer peace of mind their bill has already been dealt with.

Customer Services Director of Jaguar Land Rover UK, Garry Burns, said: “We have seen a significant shift in consumer payment patterns, with many now preferring to split payments and pay on a monthly basis allowing us to broaden the options available to customers.

“As part of our commitment to giving customers the best possible experience when driving a Jaguar or Land Rover vehicle we also want to make sure payments are as flexible and convenient to manage as possible.”

Jack Allman, co-founder of Bumper, said: “Jaguar Land Rover is one of the most recognised automotive brands in the world and we’re looking forward to helping them further improve their service experience, and continue their drive for innovation and customer excellence, with the ability to offer a buy now pay later option.

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