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Richard Nash Group - Commercial Vehicles
Commercial Vehicles & Vans

We have a great range of commercial vehicles and vans at our Vulcan Road South branch. If you have a particular model in mind let us know and we'll do our best to find it for you.

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Finance FAQs

The following frequently asked questions may be of help to you.

  • QDo you offer finance?
  • AWe offer a range of finance packages from a list of lenders. We work with Motonovo Finance, Santander Consumer Finance and specialist brokers, who help with customers who have specific requirements or issues with their credit history.
  • QCan I trade my car in if I still have finance outstanding?
  • AYes you can. If there is finance outstanding we can settle this for you. This process needs to be handled correctly but our fully trained business managers will advise you and explain everything in detail.
  • QWhat finance options are available?
  • AMost of our customers choose a PCP (personal contract plan), which can often get you into a newer and better vehicle, but we also offer higher purchase. Virtually every car is eligible for hire purchase, typically only newer cars are eligible for a PCP, please ask one of our sales team for details. The videos on our 'Finance' page explain all about hire purchase and PCPs.
  • QHow will I know which finance package is right for me?
  • ARichard Nash Cars are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and our salespeople are all SAF trained to give you the best help and advice. They can talk you through the various options available and demonstrate which ones offer the best solution that suits your needs.
  • QWhat if I have no deposit, or owe more than my car is worth?
  • ABecause our cars are keenly priced we can, subject to status, often accommodate customers who wish to pay no deposit, owe more than their car is worth, or want to use some of the value of their vehicle in part-exchange, and receive some of the value in cash. We can settle the outstanding finance on your current car as part of the overall package & then re-finance this amount (subject to status) as part of the new finance agreement on your new car.
  • QWhy do you prefer to settle my outstanding finance yourself?
  • ALetting us settle your current agreement avoids the 10 - 21 day delay that finance companies enforce if you settle the car yourself.
  • QHow long will it take to sort the paperwork out?
  • AWe pride ourselves in ensuring that all paperwork is carried out efficiently and correctly. We are fully familiar with all aspects of the paperwork connected with the financing process and will advise you correctly throughout.
  • QWhat information do you need for finance?
  • AWe require only limited information and, in most circumstances, the only paperwork required is a driving licence (both parts if it’s a new-style licence). Your finance proposal is usually proposed, processed and accepted immediately, occasionally it can take a bit longer but normally within the same day.
  • QI’m not sure about my credit history. How do I stand for finance?
  • AOften we can accommodate borrowers who have had some issues with their credit history. All lending is subject to status.
  • QWhat about Finance… do I need a deposit?
  • AYou don't necessarily need a deposit, although many people prefer to pay a deposit or use their part-exchange in order to lower the monthly repayments.
  • QRegarding your finance - am I better going to my bank?
  • AThere are a number of substantial reasons why you may wish to consider taking your finance through us - see the 'Finance' home page

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