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Peter Vardy

Peter Vardy has enjoyed impressive market growth since they launched back in 2006. The connections, expertise and groundwork had however already been laid through Reg Vardy. This firm was originally formed in 1923 as a haulage business, but they moved on to cars in 1946. This successful company was sold to Pendragon in a lucrative £450 million deal with Pendragon taking with them close to 100 showrooms. Starting from scratch was never going to easy, but the right steps were taken, that saw key franchising partnerships agreed with the likes of BMW, Porsche and Vauxhall. The decision was taken to focus on Scotland. To date they have built a network of 12 dealerships with 2200 cars.

Branches are spread across Aberdeen, Dalgety Bay, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Kirkcaldy, Motherwell and Perth. Both Aberdeen and Edinburgh have multiple outlets. CarStore is a recent project that is a large motor supermarket. You can uncover their range of cars at www.petervardy.com. You can also apply for financing here that is good to see. No information is provided surrounding the Peter Vardy finance lenders that are used. They inform that HP and PCP plans can be selected with the total term range spanning between 24 and 60 months. Through their site we picked out an interest example at 13.4% APR. Whilst we have no idea on the lenders used, bad credit wouldn’t likely be catered.

To apply through www.petervardy.com, pick out a car. Then select “View Full Details”, then move to “Finance” and then to “Apply”. This will take you to an external website (the page is encrypted). Their support advisors can be reached between Monday and Thursday (9am/7pm), Friday is (9am/6pm) and Saturday is (9am/5pm). For sales queries the lines are Monday to Saturday (8.30am/9pm). The times for the outlets vary. Quite a few motor dealers have targeted Scotland over the years with key rivals including Macklin Motors and Taggarts. The success enjoyed by Reg will take some beating, but son Peter will be intent on replicating this. You just wonder why they haven’t opted to expand their network across England.

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