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Finance & Part-Exchange

Personal leasing and PCP's are very similar forms of financing a car, but have significant differences that you need to carefully consider...

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A few top tips for ensuring you’re getting the best part-exchange value possible for your vehicle before you visit the dealers...

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Personal contract plans, or PCP’s, are a popular form of finance that are ideal if you change your car often. Read more about how they work in our blog and see if it’s right for you.

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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.   

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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.  

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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.

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

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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?

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

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

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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.

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