Evans Halshaw Finance Info (Dealer) | www.evanshalshaw.com

Evans Halshaw

Evans Halshaw is one of the most recognisable car dealership chains in the UK. They are also one of the most historic, dating back to 1927. You can find them online at www.evanshalshaw.com and their retail outlets are found in many prime locations with their network currently extending to 130 branches. The only larger British chain is Arnold Clark who has built up 200 outlets. Whilst they have some catching up to do there, they are part of Pendragon who generate higher turnover with the help of Stratstone. The franchising route has been key to their business success with mainstream partners including Citroen, Ford, Nissan, Peugeot, Renault and Vauxhall.

At any one time there are close to 18,600 cars in stock (across the group). Evans Halshaw finance is available, but you can’t apply for it through www.evanshalshaw.com. They ask potential leads to visit their local branch to learn more. These outlets are at least open 7 days a week. Not much info is given away regarding their financing options. What we know is that several lenders are attached to their panel who offer HP, HP with balloon and PCP agreements. As the norm, the agreements can be taken up to 60 months. A single pricing example was spotted when running a search at 11.83% APR. There wouldn’t be much chance of acceptance with bad credit.

You can reach their support advisors with any questions between Monday and Thursday (8am/7pm), Friday (8am/6pm), Saturday (8am/5.30pm) and Sunday (10am/4pm). The branch times do differ across the network. From the listings we checked it was common to see Saturday closings at 6pm and Sundays ending at 5pm. One thing to add is that other than the main listed website, they tend to create smaller sites for specific manufacturers. For Nissan they have for instance composed www.evanshalshaw-nissan.co.uk. This is Pendragon’s core brand that pulls in the high volume sales, but Stratstone’s business is just as vital to the owner. This isn’t surprising through their high-end motor partnerships that includes Aston Martin, Ferrari and Porsche.

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