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Maserati, Chase Sign Auto Finance Agreement

April 05, 2016

NEW YORK — Maserati North America Inc. announced this week that Chase will be its exclusive private label financial provider to more than 100 Maserati dealerships in the United States as part of a new auto finance agreement.

Maserati Capital USA, the newly created financial brand, will provide dealers and customers with customized financial solutions, including retail financing and leasing, according to the company. Chase will also provide commercial lending and treasury services to Maserati dealers.

“Maserati is committed to ensuring that its valued customers have a seamless and highly personalized purchase experience at the retail level. We are proud to partner with JPMorgan Chase and I am confident that together we will offer well-suited finance solutions to efficiently meet our consumers’ needs,” said Christian Gobber, president and CEO of Maserati North America, Inc.

Chase will have a dedicated team consisting of financing, sales, servicing, and marketing professionals under the Maserati Capital USA brand..

“We are thrilled to team up with Maserati as their financing partner,” said Thasunda Duckett, CEO for Chase Auto Finance. “Maserati isn’t just any car, it’s an experience.  And Chase prides itself on the experience we deliver to customers during every interaction.” 

This agreement with Chase is only one part in its initiative to grow the Maserati brand accross the U.S.

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