FAQs

How can I pay for my new car?
We take BACs transfer, cheque or cash.

Do I need a deposit?
£250 will secure any purchase.

I have some outstanding finance on my current vehicle; can I still buy another car?
Yes, we can settle any outstanding finance (even if you owe more than your car’s value), often reducing your payments and upgrading your car with no cash needed.

Does my vehicle come with a warranty?
If its nearly new it may be covered by the manufacturers warranty. Other than that we give a 3 months or 3000 miles (which ever the sooner) mechanical breakdown cover.  If you wish this can be extended for upto 24 Months.  Our guarantees are very comprehensive, giving mechanical and electrical cover nationwide.

Do I need to make an appointment to visit?
It’s best you call or email first to ensure we are at our premises. We are flexible on viewing times so just advise when it suits you best. Please phone if you are making a special trip for a certain vehicle so that we can make sure the vehicle is ready for you to view.

Will I have to take my car to a main dealer for servicing?
No. With the block exemption ruling as long as genuine parts are used and the vehicle is serviced according to the Manufacturers scheduled servicing; this will not invalidate any manufactures warranty, or extended Guarantee.

Will my vehicle be serviced and valeted before delivery?
Most vehicles are serviced and valeted prior to sale but should they  have just arrived with us this will be done prior to you taking delivery. Most cars will have a 12 month MOT.

I have a personalised registration number plate, how do I change it to my new car?
That is no problem; we will take care of all the process of the number plate transfer to your new vehicle. We will supply you with a check list of all the documents you need. Also after the transfer has been carried out, we will make sure you have all the new documents and paperwork registered to you for your new car.

Do you take any cars in part-exchange?
YES. we take any age, make or model of vehicle in part-exchange.

Pin It on Pinterest