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JCT600

JCT600 is a high end motor dealership originally formed in the year 1946 as Brooklands Garage. The current name used was adapted from Jack Crossley Tordoff using his initials on a reg plate for a Mercedes 600. Whilst this is the Tordoff family business, they have grown large employing more than 2000 staff nationwide. They offer close to 4000 cars across 50 locations and are found on the web at www.jct600.co.uk. Franchising has seen partnerships held with 18 leading manufacturers. This brand is well known in particular for luxury motors (alike Stratstone) that is clear through their Aston Martin, Bentley and Ferrari franchises. More mainstream partners have included the likes of Vauxhall and Volkswagen.

Once you have found your ideal car at www.jct600.co.uk you’ll be able to apply for JCT600 finance where the application will be taken on an external website. Lender badges are displayed for Black Horse and Santander Consumer. There was a time when they also displayed Northridge, but they may no longer use them. Hire purchase agreements are available between 24 and 60 months. When scanning through the listings some of the more cheaper cars had an APR of 21%. The rates did get lower for a selection of luxury cars that we studied. For instance, a Bentley was set at 10% and a Ferrari was a little lower than this at 9.9%.

Several months back we can recall 0% APR deals being promoted through the website. This would of course relate to specific automakers on their brand new models. If you wish to get in contact with this dealer then their central support line is open between Monday and Friday from 8.30am to 7pm. If you have a specific dealership in mind, then you can speak to that direct dealership 7 days a week. Times do vary across outlets, but just to provide one such example that we pulled, Monday to Friday was 8.45am to 7pm and over the weekend Saturday was 8.45am to 5pm and Sunday was 10.30am to 4.30pm.

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