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Marshall

The Marshall Motor Group is a highly experienced name in the world of motoring established in the year 1909. Franchising top automakers has not been their only focus, with them building such things as military mobility shelters and specialist vehicle applications. Whilst this may not be the most recognisable chain, they are a name to watch out for that has been progressing well over the past few years. Back in 2014 they ranked as the 10th largest dealer by revenue and just managed to surpass the £1 billion mark. Their corporate website is www.mmhplc.com, but you’ll know them through Marshall Web at www.marshallweb.co.uk where you can see what they offer.

On last count there was 76 franchised dealerships and 24 partnered brands. Such partners include the likes of Audi, BMW, Ford, Honda, Peugeot, Toyota and Vauxhall. Collectively there are around 4800 used cars to search. They reportedly sell around 55,000 new and used cars each year. The Marshall finance is issued by the big prime lenders including Barclays, Black Horse and Santander. There will be no chance of acceptance with a low credit score. Such plans as Hire purchase, lease purchase and personal contract purchase are headed. No interest rates are displayed for used cars, but from the lenders that they use you should usually expect interest rates between 5% and 12%.

Some data was provided on new models where the APR usually stood at 4.9% or 5.9%. There is a basic form to learn more about financing at www.marshallweb.co.uk. The showrooms checked on Marshall Web were open 7/7 for sales. During the week the close time was usually either 6pm or 6.30pm and then 5pm on Saturdays and 4pm on Sundays. Can this dealer maintain their top 10 ranking? This will be likely if they continue to expand their network as they have been doing. Within the space of several years they have added around 35 branches that shows that they are heading in the right direction.

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