Car manufacturers are always advertising special car finance offers, but there is always some nasty fine print that can catch you out. Luckily, The Car Expert is here to analyse all the latest car finance offers and provide clear, jargon-free explanations.
Latest car finance offers
Suzuki has announced a range of new PCP finance offers across its model range. The best deals are on the Suzuki Swift and Vitara ranges, which benefit from ...
Renault has launched a range of 0% APR interest-free PCP and HP finance offers on selected new vehicles for the rest of 2017.
Dacia has extended its free two-year extended warranty offer to customers who buy a new Dacia model on a PCP or HP car finance package until January.
Skoda has announced a range of deposit contributions and PCP finance offers on selected models for orders placed between now and the end of the year.
Lexus has announced a £2,000 deposit contribution for its hybrid models when bought using a personal contract purchase (PCP).
Alfa Romeo is offering a £2,000 deposit contribution on selected Mito, Giulietta, Giulia and 4C models sold and delivered by the end of September.
Peugeot has launched a pair of special-edition 108 models alongside a new finance offer as the market revs up ahead of the September rush.
Peugeot has launched new car finance offers for its 208 hatchback, with both PCP and leasing options. We critique the offers to see if they're worthwhile.
DS Automobiles has announced a range of finance offers, with a range of deposit contributions available on PCP deals for new DS 3, DS 4 and DS 5 models.
Volkswagen is hoping to keep the Golf at the top of the UK sales charts for another month or two with a new PCP finance offer from Volkswagen Finance.
Suzuki has announced new personal finance and loyalty offers to support the launch of the all-new Swift range, which went on sale in the UK this week.
MG Motor UK is currently offering 0% finance on selected finance agreements for the MG3 range until the end of June.
Most car finance agreements in the UK are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, and anyone involved in the selling of car finance must be accredited by the FCA. You should always consider the terms and conditions of any agreement carefully before taking out any form of car finance, as you are making a substantial ongoing commitment and there may be significant costs if you change your mind or are unable to meet your commitments at a later date.