HALIFAX, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Sept. 5, 2012) - Halifax has today announced that customers who take out personal loan to buy a car will receive £100 towards the cost of petrol.
Provided on a pre-paid fuel card, the offer will be available in branch, online and over the phone until 21st October 2012 to any customer taking out a Halifax personal loan to purchase a car.
Halifax has seen car purchase remain a consistently popular reason for customers to take out a personal loan and it is the only major bank to respond to such customer demand with a reward tailored towards fuel.
Chris Phillips, Head of Halifax Personal Loans: "Buying a car is one of the most common reasons customers take out a personal loan and this offer has been designed with their specific needs in mind to help alleviate some of the essential costs motorists face."
The offer comes as average UK petrol prices rose even further in August. According to the AA's fuel Price Report the average unleaded price had risen by 3.3ppl from 132.2ppl to 135.5pp, whilst diesel prices had risen by 3.1ppl from 137.3ppl to 140.4ppl.
Halifax personal loans are available to existing customers and offer a range of borrowing amounts and repayment terms. The Halifax car loan offer is available for customers borrowing between £5,000 - £25,000 over a one to seven year term for purchase of a car.