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UK Car Manufacturers Special Offers

Car manufacturers will promote special offers including finance deals and upgrades in order to sell more vehicles through their appointed dealers. Low rate finance offers including, 0% Car Finance, Dealer Deposit Contributions, FREE Insurance, FREE Fuel, FREE Upgrades and Servicing Deals are common examples of manufacturer’s special offers*.

Through our service you can request any current manufacturer’s offers in addition to the savings we show on any 1st registered deal.

Click here to view current 2014 - 2015, 0% Car Finance & Dealer Deposit Contribution deals.

If you don’t receive an offer a the Max Price and any manufacturer’s offers requested, you are not required to accept any offer and our fee will not be charged, unless you chose to accept an offer.

Through our service suppliers will offer you far more discount in addition to any manufacturers offers than you local dealer therefore what do you have to lose by giving it a go?

Dealers may also able to offer larger discounts as a Dealer Deposit Contribution currently ranging between £500-£13,011 over and above our advertised Max Prices subject to you taking out PCP finance on certain vehicles.

How it works?

You are able to request any current manufacturers offer on any 1st registered car, however manufacturers offers are usually restricted to either the vehicle being registered or ordered before a certain date.

STEP 1> Check if the model you require is first available under the scheme and whether the car could be delivered within your required time scale by asking your local main dealer.

STEP 2> Build your required car, add the options then in Step 3 “Other Conditions” specify the details of the manufacturers offer required.

STEP 3> Select the best offer received through our system. You can communicate with our suppliers through our messaging system in case you have any questions prior to accepting their offer.

If you have been offered a better price than our Max Price then use our NYOD service to reduce the Max Price.

A recent example of a finance offer requested by a client on a successful order was “Want Mercedes finance (PCP) as shown on their web site at 5.8% APR. 36 months 10000 miles per year”.”

How to compare Loans?

Car dealers will often quote you the FLAT RATE; this is the interest amount per annum and not the APR which is the total rate you pay. Always ask for the APR in order to allow you to compare rates accurately.

We would recommend going for a cheap personal loan through our partner even if you decided to buy a new car from your local dealer as your local dealer will not be able to compete, unless there is a manufacturer’s special finance offer in place.

More and more car buyers are obtaining a cheap car loan online before going in to face the car dealer as this will more often than not save you more money.

There are two types of Personal Loans available in the market today.

1) Personal unsecured loan - Available from our partner.
2) Personal secured loan - Similar to the above that can be obtained for a longer period and is secured against your home.

Alternative methods of financing a car purchase include Personal Contract Plans, Contract Hire and Hire Purchase. See the car leasing section for more details.

 

 

*Finance is provided, subject to status, by our finance partners. We would recommend you confirm your finance eligibility prior to placing an order with us through equifax.co.uk or experian.co.uk. If you place an order with us for finance and you are rejected on finance our fee will not be refundable. To apply, you must be at least 18 years old and a UK resident (excluding the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man). If you exceed the agreed contract mileage, there will be an excess mileage charge which will not exceed 23p per mile. In addition, you will be liable to pay for any accidental damage to the vehicle or excess wear and tear, with regard to its age and mileage.  While free delivery is included to all UK main land locations on all vehicles. Due to FSA regulations you will have to sign the finance documentation on licensed premises (usually the location of the supplying dealer).