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Macklin Motors

Macklin Motors was formed in 2010 when Vertu Motors Plc combined 2 Scottish dealerships. This firm has now expanded to 7 showrooms that are spread across Dunfermline, Glasgow, Hamilton and Paisley. Franchised outlets include Ford, Hyundai, Mazda, Nissan and Peugeot. Vertu was established in 2006 and they are now headlined as the UK’s 6th largest motor finance company and they have more than 120 locations. Bristol Street Motors is their key brand operating across England. The collective group stock sits just above 6800. This Scottish operation doesn’t necessarily have a giant network and they haven’t been around for that long, but they are very popular online where they are represented at www.macklinmotors.co.uk.

The Macklin Motors finance is managed by Car Credit Assured that is another company within the group. They have a lending panel sitting close to 20, but they choose not to introduce those joined up. Macklin finance is available to those with good or bad credit scores. They keep a lid on general rates, with the exception of the promotion discussed below. Contract choices include hire purchase, personal contract hire and personal contract purchase. The terms aren’t shared, but they’d likely cap the terms at 60 months. The stock can be browsed through www.macklinmotors.co.uk. If you do wish to move forward then you can apply for financing at www.carcreditassured.co.uk.

On this site they did request that all applicants had to be 21+, but this has now been lowered to 18. Getting to the current 0% deal that is running on 5 year agreements, there were plenty of cars to choose between, but there was a chunky 50% deposit asked for. This may be tricky for some applicants and they are likely to also offer this deal to those with clean profiles only. For new models they tended to offer rates at 6% and above. For contact, their sales team can be reached between 9am and 10pm during weekdays and between 10am and 4pm on weekends. We checked some times for their showrooms, but these differed, but they did always open on Sundays.

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