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Alternative Vehicle Financing

Postby Kaine » Sun May 23, 2010 2:10 pm

In case anyone is looking to finance their new Countryman by means other than Mini Finance options, I can highly recommend MHC Finance

Kam from MHC has helped me finance my last 5 cars and he is second to none (from my experience) - he's become a friend over the last four years of the back of his services and I recommend him whenever I can - I feel this kind of referal is the best type

You can contact him as follows

[email protected]

or one of his colleagues

Simon Bowen on [email protected]
Nick Johnson on [email protected]

http://www.mhcfinance.co.uk

He's not aware I've posted this so would be nice to tell him where you found his details - give me a suprise

Cheers

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Re: Alternative Vehicle Financing

Postby wibbly » Mon May 24, 2010 8:40 am

Interesting recommendation, we are looking at replacing our 6 year old MCS Works at present as it's starting to cost us money and were wondering whether to go down the PCP route on either a Cooper Cab or a 1'er Convertible.

I'm guessing by your recommendation you have found these guys to be more competitive than dealer finance?
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Re: Alternative Vehicle Financing

Postby Kaine » Mon May 24, 2010 9:14 am

Kam's always been more competitive for me than the dealer (including when I bought my wifes Mini Cooper), however saying that, recently manufacturers have been offering very good finance deals and Kam is very aware of this and will tell you if he would actually save you money

recent post from Kam on www.rrsport.co.uk

Just an update really as the finance game has changed faces quite a bit over the past 12 months or so.
What we are doing for our customers in the current climate:

If you are employed and are looking at a Brand NEW car, try and see what the manufacturer incentivised offers are and push them on the rates/package/overall purchase price of the metal and see what you can get. We aren’t going to say some of these deals aren’t worth taking, some of them are just plain ridiculous so well worth the money!

We are always willing to help in approaching dealers on your behalf or pushing the business to particular dealers for you, who we know will provide good prices and fast turnaround times. We will also look at any finance particulars for you and let you know if this is currently a good deal or not, as we come across a lot of finance deals on a daily basis so we get a good handle on what dealers/competitors are offering.

If you are self employed/director looking at a new car, give us a try and we can normally beat the dealer incentive finance offers and then some. Also assist with the sourcing as mentioned above, or can fund to your preferred dealer.

If you are either self employed/employed, and are looking at a USED car, we can help on all fronts including finance, private/trade sourced cars, and also packages on the warranty's, road side assistance etc. Don't buy the GAP, Tyre/Alloy/Misfuelling insurance from dealers in any instance,, we can always do that cheaper for like products, and also there are many other sellers on the internet who can provide similar packages for good prices.

When you are looking to sell your car, let us know what you have been bid in Pex and we can see if we can get anymore for you through our trade network, we have a lot of buyers that we work with on a regular basis and provided the car is priced fairly we can normally turn them over very quickly.

As an alternative to normal dealers/traders, give us a call or drop us a PM/Email and we’ll see what we can sort out for you.
Prime & Sub Prime clients welcomed!
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Re: Alternative Vehicle Financing

Postby Scottie » Mon May 24, 2010 9:16 am

I've not used them myself but I know a few guys on other forums have they always get positive feedback :) when the time comes to no harm in giving them a try.
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