Enigma exclusively partners with EZFinance for electric scooter financing

Dealers pan India that are associated with Enigma will have exclusive access to financing solutions provided by EZFinance, which offers zero percent down payment loans.

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Enigma exclusively partners with EZFinance for electric scooter financing

Enigma, a Madhya Pradesh-based EV manufacturer, has partnered with EZFinance, to offer end-to-end financing solutions to its dealers.

Dealers pan India that are associated with Enigma will have exclusive access to financing solutions provided by EZFinance, which offers zero percent down payment loans.

Alankrit Bohre, Co-founder and COO, Enigma said, “This strategic partnership represents a  leap forward in the Indian EV industry,  revolutionising the way   customers experience the loan application and approval process.”

Rahul Rawat, Business Head India of EZ Finance said, "We introduce our track record of zero percent down payment loans to the forefront of electric scooter financing.”

Enigma has also collaborated with LoanTap, Paytail, Mannapuram, Paytm, Akasa Finance, and several companies, to offer electric vehicle financing solutions.

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