Car Giant Finance Info (Dealer) | www.cargiant.co.uk

Car Giant

This company is branded as Cargiant, but we have addressed them as Car Giant today since the bulk of online searches are made this way. This is the UK’s most popular motor supermarket and they were famously awarded by the Guinness World Records as the World’s Largest Dealership (Showroom). Their space is certainly vast and it currently houses more than 8000 cars. Unfortunately for many people, getting there isn’t easy since this single showroom is situated in London. Their formation came in the year 1977 and they have been active online at www.cargiant.co.uk since the year 2000. This website has been a huge hit and receives more than 5 million visits each month.

Car Giant finance is available on hire purchase and personal contract purchase plans. The HP option can last between 12 and 60 months. They do have several lenders on their panel, but they don’t reference any names. They do state that Car Giant finance for bad credit is possible. No single APR example is provided, but they’ll likely head quite high since subprime audiences are catered. Applications aren’t processed through www.cargiant.co.uk although they have done a great job on showcasing their models here. Financing details will be expanded on when you visit their showroom that is open every day. The opening times are extensive from Monday to Friday (10am/10pm), Saturday (9am/7pm) and Sunday (10am/7pm).

If you wish to call them then their support advisors operate during differing times as Monday to Friday (9am/9pm), Saturday (9am/7pm) and Sunday (10am/6.30pm). The Guinness World Record title would have likely helped to boost them up as the most popular motor supermarket. They do of course benefit from valued market experience, heading back to the late 70s. They aren’t the oldest supermarket though with Carcraft dating back much further to 1951, although they closed in 2015. The closest competitor to them now is one of the newer faces on the scene in Motorpoint who launched in 1998. Motorpoint may be more appealing since they have built up 9 UK showrooms.

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