Search by car
Finance search

(60 month agreement with £200 deposit and 12,000 miles per annum)

Change these figures?
Repayment Time
Cash Deposit
Part-ex
Settlement
Need a valuation? Our part exchange calculator can help
Registration
Make/Model
Body Style
Engine
Transmission/Fuel Type
Colour
Not your car? You can use our full part exchange calculator to manually enter the details of your car.

Approximate part exchange value:

-

Use the average of this range in our finance calculator

We couldn't find a matching vehicle for

You can use our full part exchange calculator to manually enter the details of your car, or you can contact us by email or phone to get a valuation.

93% would buy from us again
Every car checked by 8 specialists
Prices checked daily

The Car People Blog

Finance & Part-Exchange

Once we’ve agreed on a part exchange price for your car or a figure to buy your car at The Car People we’ll need the following documents from you when the day comes to wave goodbye to your cherished motor.   

Read More >>

There are a couple of things you need to do after you’ve sold your car to us, we’ve outlined your next steps in this blog to make sure you get everything sorted.  

Read More >>

Whether you’re buying a car on a hire purchase (HP), personal contract purchase (PCP) or with a personal bank loan, you can choose how long you’d like to take the finance over, usually from 1 to 5 years, or 2 to 4 years on a PCP.

Read More >>

What you need to know about deposits and how they can affect your monthly payments.

Read More >>

Whether you’re looking to buy a 7-seater family car or sports car on finance, you may be wondering if there are any limitations to the kind of car you can buy?

Read More >>

If you are considering buying a car on finance, there are a couple of things you need to consider before filling out any forms…

Read More >>

If you have decided to buy a car on finance, there are a few things you need to consider before taking the plunge…

Read More >>

If, when buying a new car, you’ve chosen to go down the route of selling your old car privately, rather than part-exchange, there are a few things you need to consider before putting it on the market. This blog will cover the first step, how you can determine the value of your car.

Read More >>

Part exchanging your car is the most popular method of getting yourself into a newer model. Here’s a hassle-free guide to part-exchanging…

Read More >>

All about negative equity and your options if you're looking to sell or change your car...

Read More >>

Personal Contract Plans (PCPs) are becoming a popular way of financing a car. For many car owners, it’s an excellent way of keeping your monthly payments low and, potentially, gets you in a better car than if you were to take a hire purchase agreement. Learn more about PCPs in the video below:

Read More >>
Page1 / 2 Next >