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Does the USA Yamaha 0% interest Financing apply to the T7?


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Yamaha currently has 0% financing for 60 months and 90 days no payments or customer cash for just about any bike they make.  Its on their website, but doesn't mention the Tenere 700. I assume because it came out before the T7 was released. 


Anyone talking to their dealer about this? Mine wasn't sure. 


0% financing is usually for tier one credit scores of 750 or higher. 


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I wondered abou this, too.  If you read the fine print for the 0/0/0 deal, it says you have to take it out of dealer stock by 5/31/2020. The other 0% is for 36 months is for up to model year 2020, but you read the fine print it's just a lead in to all of the credit rates they offer.  The other 0% they offer for 60 months is only for Star Venture from 2018.


So given all that fine print, unless they renew the offer, I'd say probably no dice.

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June 1st is supposed to start a new offering but I can't find the source.  I think it was from that unlisted training video given out last week.   It's almost a 99% guarantee that the 0% will be gone by the time the T7 hits the floor. 

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