As we all come out of lockdown, and get back to something that resembles normality, the knock-on effects of COVID-19 on the car industry have been huge. With computer chip, paint pigment, and general parts shortages, the supply of new cars has been massively hit hard.
Some cars that would normally take 6 weeks to build and deliver are taking up to 6 months to arrive. The best advice we can give is order your new car now, and not just before you really want it. Long term planning is the key when it comes to buying your next new car. Work out what you want now, and get your order in. It may be a longer wait than normal, but we really don’t think the current situation will change until the middle of next year, when some normality should return.
New for Q3: In an exclusive agreement with Ford UK, we are proud to bring you the ever popular Ford range of cars with some fabulous special offers. We hope you find this new addition to our manufacturer line-up as exciting as we do.
With an ever advancing increase in battery and hybrid technology, the electric and hybrid cars are now starting to become a regular sight on our roads, and more common on people’s driveways. As the raft of new models hits us from all sides in 2021, our discounted selection for has now doubled.
Our ‘City Car’ specials give you a range of smaller cars designed for the urban environment. These normally have smaller engines and lower road fund license fees.
The SUV phenomenon has hit the UK in a massive way over the past years, and the fastest growing part of the sector has been the ‘Compact’ SUV. Giving drivers a higher ride height without the physical bulk of a full sized SUV, they have grown in both number and popularity.
The fastest growing sector in the car industry, the mid-size SUV has dominated the registration stat’s for a while now. With a raft of new models and and ever growing list of technology, the mid-size SUV has effectively replaced the ‘family hatch’ as the car of choice for those with 2.2 children and a dog. Or, for those who need something a bit bigger, we’ve also given you some great larger SUV models to choose from.
For those who really don’t want an SUV, but can’t live with a small car, the reliable family hatch is still alive an well. We’ve selected our favourites, and thrown is some pretty special discounts too.
Pictures for illustration only. All offers correct at time of submission. Please contact a member of our sales staff for full details. Terms & Conditions apply. Please note that the Government grant of £3,000 on electric cars is not available for export cars.