Motorpoint Finance Info (Dealer) | www.motorpoint.co.uk

Motorpoint

Motorpoint is the UK’s 2nd most popular car supermarket. This is a feat made more impressive by their relative new age having launched in 1998. Of the big hitters, Car Giant arrived in 1977 and the now closed Carcraft heads back to 1951. They have built up 9 showrooms that are spread out across the locations of Birmingham, Birtley, Burnley, Chingford, Derby, Glasgow, Newport, Peterborough and Widnes. Their stock range (4000+) can be compared through www.motorpoint.co.uk that was also created in 1998. As well as the high level of popularity commanded by this company, they have notched up plenty of positive feedback online. We are investigating the Motorpoint finance here that must be arranged in-branch.

They can also advise you by phone 7 days a week on your financing options. No APR figures are shared through www.motorpoint.co.uk. There are several lenders used by them today. We did spot a badge for the prominent lender Black Horse and so they would likely be a central partner attached to their panel. The contracts that you can choose between include Boomerang and hire purchase. The Boomerang plan that takes centre stage in their promotional material is similar in design to a personal contract purchase agreement. The repayment range is headed as 24 to 48 months. It would be likely though that one of their partners would stretch up to 60 months.

Customer support times are as follows: Monday to Friday (8am/8pm), Saturday (8am/6pm) and Sunday (9am/5pm). Their showrooms are open between Monday to Friday (9am/8pm), Saturday (9am/6pm) and Sunday (11am/5pm). As was noted, market feedback for this firm has been highly supportive. To highlight this, they have attracted well over 2000 reviews on Review Centre and from scanning through these pages there was lots of praise regarding the cars and the overall service provided. The only thing lacking really is the lack of disclosure on the Motorpoint finance pricing and it would also be handy to be able to apply through the site. On the lack of info provided, you can at least ask their advisors your questions 7/7.

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