Deciding on whether to buy or rent a piece of equipment really is dependent upon the specific contractor and their individual business needs, according to Rohrbacker. During more difficult economic times, having rental options allows customers to complete their project while conserving their cash flow and lines of credit. "However, as more people stay in their homes longer and choose to work on property improvement projects, the demand for a contractor to purchase a Kubota may be higher and over time the benefits are sure to pay off," Rohrbacker says.
"As an added benefit of ownership," Rohrbacker continues, "many of Kubota’s equipment offerings prioritize the economy while supporting the environment since we have upgraded our new equipment as well as several of our existing lines with Tier IV engines, improved fuel economy, and improved operator comfort."
Kubota dealers can tailor finance programs to meet the customer’s specified needs. Through Kubota Credit Corporation (KCC) or Kubota Leasing, competitive interest rates, flexible down payments and multiple payment terms are available. Kubota offers a variety of installment credit promotional rates and leasing options. Visit www.kubota.com/finance-home for more information.