Buying a car is a big commitment. Often, payments are required continually over a number of years, so buying a car should not be something that you rush. Here are the five questions you should ask yourself before buying a car…
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We know that your car is your pride and joy, we also know that accidents can happen. There’s nothing worse than seeing a big, glaring dent in the side of your passenger door, and although we can’t banish those bumps completely, here are our top tips for avoiding dents and scrapes.
While is seems like Summer has left us, if you have a MINI Convertible there are still ways you can get the most out of it without succumbing to life with a roof. Read on for our tips on how to enjoy it to the full, with Autumn looming and the ever-present rain clouds.
When looking for your next car, you will be faced with the question of how you will fund your purchase. Gone are the days where a wad of cash or bank transfer were the ways to pay for a car, now you can choose finance to spread the cost over a number of months. But which option is best?
When you come to purchase your next car, you will be faced with a choice on how to pay for your vehicle. Cash is the traditional way to pay but finance is becoming more and more common. Here, we explain finance and do some jargon busting, so you know what to expect and how it works. If you have any questions, get in touch with the team who will be happy to help.
When you hear the term ‘used car’, does your mind race to an image of a pre-loved, two-year-old motor, or an old, worn out and unloved machine, desperate for a second, third or fourth home. It’s a common misconception and there are many benefits to choosing a used car over a new or pre-registered one. Here, Del Campbell, sales manager at prestige used car specialist, Stephen James Premium, talks through the benefits and why we should be shaking off the stigma.