Finance options

Jul 24, 2019

Low interest rates and flexible options mean that we can offer personalised finance packages with affordable monthly payments from our panel of lenders.

You can adjust your deposit (in some cases you don't even have to put down a deposit), the length of the agreement, and any mileage limit to find a monthly payment that suits you. Apply for finance below or scroll down for more details on the most popular ways of spreading the cost of your next car.

  

Personal Contract Purchase (PCP)

The most popular type of car finance offers low monthly payments for new or used vehicles because you're only paying for part of the cost of the car. 

At the end, you can hand the car back with nothing more to pay - provided you're within the pre-agreed mileage limit and have kept the car in good condition. If you want to keep it, then you can refinance or make the optional final payment to buy it outright. Or you can take the option to effectively trade the car in, putting any equity - where the car is worth more than the remaining balance - towards a deposit on a new PCP agreement, reducing the monthly payments on your next car. Read more

How PCP finance works

1. Deposit & delivery
  • The larger the deposit, the lower your monthly payments
  • A zero-deposit option is often available
2. Monthly payments
  • A fixed payment is due every month for the length of the agreement
  • You only repay part of the car's cost, which keeps payments low
3. Buy / return / upgrade
  • Pay the remaining balance or refinance to keep the car
  • OR Return the car and owe nothing (provided it's in good condition and under preagreed mileage limit)
  • OR Trade-in for another car if there's any equity (if the car is worth more than outstanding balance)

Hire Purchase (HP)

HP agreements split the cost of a new or used car into a series of monthly payments. Once you’ve made the final payment, the car is yours. Because the payments cover the full cost of the car they are higher than with PCP finance (where you have to make a large optional final payment if you want to take ownership). Read more

 How HP finance works

1. Deposit & delivery

  • Putting down a deposit reduces the amount owned, shrinking monthly payments. Zero-deposit options may be available

2. Monthly payments

  • Pay for the rest of the car with a series of fixed monthly payments

3. You own the car

  • Once the final monthly payment is made, the car is automatically yours

Leasing (PCH)

Leasing can offer one of the cheapest ways into driving a brand new car, because it works like a long-term form of car rental.

After an initial payment, you make a series of fixed monthly payments. At the end, you simply hand the car back, typically with no option to buy the car. Read more

How car leasing works

1. Initial payment

  • Initial payment is usually the equivalent of 3 to 12 monthly payments

2. Monthly payments

  • Fixed monthly payments run for the length of the agreement

3. Return the car

  • Once all the payments are made, you have to return the car

   

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