Add Value to Your Customer and to Your Bottom Line
When consumers purchase a new vehicle, they rarely think about unexpected events that can cause a total loss. Although automotive insurance is there to protect their investment, they still may not have a down payment on a new vehicle. That is why Total Loss Care is available to assist consumers with an initial down payment and associated costs when purchasing their next vehicle purchase. Providing this option to buyers provides them with peace of mind knowing they are securing a down payment allowance in advance in case there is a total loss.
Total Loss Care does not just provide benefits to the buyer, but it also helps you as a dealer. If a buyer knows they have down payment allowance with your dealership, they are more likely to return to purchase their next vehicle. The allowance helps create lifelong customers that see value in your dealership.
This is an affordable and valuable solution to the customer, at a competitive price point for this unique product.
MBPI Total Loss Care features:
– Up to $5,000 down payment allowance towards a replacement vehicle
– 24 to 84-month terms available
– Covers negative equity with or without a loan
– 12 month “Why Buy Here” program
– Benefits are paid directly to the dealership with the purchase of a vehicle
– Eligible for reinsurance participation
Running a dealership in today’s ever-changing business environment is challenging enough; with MBPI as your provider, you will have one less thing to worry about. MBPI has over 38 years of experience in the F&I product industry.
To ensure peace of mind, all of our products are backed by A.M Best “A” rated Underwriters. With MBPI, you won’t have a provider that can’t provide for you in the future.
Ready to find out what MBPI can do for you? Contact us at 250 NE Mulberry, Lee’s Summit, MO 64086, (800) 325-7484, email@example.com
This page provides a general overview of the product. Please refer to the actual contract provisions for additional information including details of benefits, eligibility, specific exclusions, terms, conditions, and limitations. Coverage may differ in certain states and coverage may not be available in all states.