Greaves Finance partners with ElectricPe to make EV financing more accessible

These programs will be easily accessible to all customers at the ElectricPe Mobility Centers and through the user-friendly app. 

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Greaves Finance partners with ElectricPe to make EV financing more accessible

Greaves Finance Limited,  a wholly owned subsidiary of Greaves Cotton Ltd, under its electric vehicle ownership platform evfin, has partnered with ElectricPe, to make EV buying more accessible via buyback programmes such as smart.fin and ride.fin in two-wheeler EV financing.

These programs will be easily accessible to all customers at the ElectricPe Mobility Centers and through the user-friendly app. 

Sandeep Divakaran, CEO, Greaves Finance Ltd., said, "This collaboration holds great significance, and we anticipate substantial business activity with ElectricPe." 

As part of this collaboration, ElectricPe customers gain access to specialised financing support, enabling them to explore tailored financing solutions from Greaves Finance Limited that are aligned with their unique preferences and requirements.

These programs will be easily accessible to all customers at the ElectricPe Mobility Centers and through the user-friendly app, enhancing the overall EV ownership journey by delivering unparalleled convenience and value.

Avinash Sharma, Co-Founder and CEO of ElectricPe added that this experience will help enhance the electric vehicle financing experience. 


 

 

 

 

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