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Inchcape Retail

Inchcape has expanded to operate in 26 countries worldwide. They are rooted to the year 1847. Their current name wasn’t used until 1958 though, whilst their structure as a Plc began in 1981. This may not be one of the most recognisable motoring brands, but back in 2014 they posted the 5th largest turnover at £2.4 billion. Franchise points have been built for the likes of Audi, BMW, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mercedes-Benz, Toyota and Volkswagen. The Toyota relationship has been key. This has lasted for over 45 years, there was also at one time an exclusive distribution contract in place and it is worth reminding that Toyota is the world’s best selling automaker.

The local website is, but for searching all cars you are redirected to There are also various sites composed for specific automakers with an example being The volume of searchable stock sits just over 7200 that are stretched out across a large network of 112 dealerships. There is a heavy focus on Cooper and VW showrooms. Inchcape finance is primarily offered on HP and PCP plans. The term range spreads between 24 and 60 months. There was a wide variation on interest on checking models. A few examples include 9.9% and 12.7%. There was better deals on prestige cars that came out at 8.6%.

No financing applications can be made through or via any other owned websites. You can request info or otherwise just visit them. They do have a major retail presence and all of those that we checked were open every day. Specific times did vary. The last closing time spotted during the working week was 6.30pm and over the weekend it was 6pm, although 4pm was more common. Continual expansion has been key to this dealer’s growth. One such key acquisition has been European Motor Holdings that brought in Smith Knight Fay to the group that has helped them to make up ground across the North West.