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When it comes to adverts, Exchange and Mart have had some standout performances over the years, from iconic TV adverts back in the 80s including a visit to Thunderbird’s Tracy Island and our recent radio advert that took a fun spin on a ‘dodgy dealer’ scenario.
Buying a brand new car is an option that has become more affordable in recent years. There are many good reasons to think about buying that great new model from a dealership.
For many, a new car is beyond their reach financially. For others, they would rather spend their money on other things. Fortunately, if you’re after a new car to you, there is a thriving second hand car market that will do the job.
As we start to take small steps to ease out of lockdown, many businesses have been given the go ahead from the government to start working again with social distancing measures in place.
What should you expect when you visit a car dealer so soon after lockdown and what can you do to prepare?
When it comes to buying or servicing a new or used car, there are lots of questions to ask right now as the industry gradually recovers from lockdown. Our friends at Car and Driving have been asking and, more importantly, answering those vital questions.
There’s been good news lately for car dealers with some recent clarifications from official bodies relieving some of the strain felt on car sales during this time.
Businesses around the world are feeling the effect of the current pandemic and the motor industry in the UK is no exception. After entering lockdown this week, meaning that majority of businesses deemed non-essential being told to close their doors, car dealers and garages are finding effective ways to keep their businesses on track.
Living in a digital age, comes with its pros and cons. But when it comes to finding your perfect car, you really can do it from the comfort of your own home.
There are so many options to consider when buying a car, enough to make your head spin. Choice of models, manufacturers, warranties, finance plans, aftersales services and on it goes.
But, probably the biggest decision that needs to be taken is the most basic – which is best, a new car or a used car? Here are some thoughts to help you make the best decision for you.
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