January to March in the car industry was both difficult and interesting. The lack of stock cars, and continuing delays in parts meant that some cars just got later and later. Add in the fact that the Ukraine makes a substantial amount of parts for some manufacturers and the situation was even further compounded.
However, most manufacturers are now getting to grips with the world wide parts shortages as they have taken significant steps to change manufacturing processes to speed up build and delivery. So, things are getting better, albeit slowly.
As a customer, long term planning is still 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 lot longer wait than normal, but we’re getting there, and hopefully, as long as you’ve planned ahead, you’ll get you car when you need it.
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. Cars with prices and savings marked * include £2,500 Government Grant.
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.