Leasing during coronavirus: some dealers are open and operating remotely, with home deliveries still taking place. Find out more here.

Leasing during the coronavirus outbreak

Updated 28/04/2020
Leasing during the coronavirus outbreak

The coronavirus outbreak is a very difficult and challenaging time, but we understand that people still need cars. 


Can we still order a lease vehicle? 

In short, yes. We are still able to quote, arrange credit and order vehicles. Even if the dealerships supplying them are not open, we are able to arrange your lease so we are ready to go when they re-open post-lockdown.

 

Are deliveries still going ahead?

Some dealerships we work with have started to deliver vehicles again, following new protocols to ensure the safety of the staff and customers. However, not all dealerships are delivering vehicles yet, and some are only delivering for key workers, so it's worth getting in touch to find out if you are looking at a specific deal.

 

Will my vehicle be delayed? 

There is a possability your new car will be delayed, however we're ensuring that all of our customers are up to date every step of the way. We're also sourcing stock vehicles for those who need to change their car due to the delay.

 

I cannot afford to pay my lease?

Thankfully, most leasing companies have been very helpful and offered solutions to those who are effected by COVID (like offering a 3 month payment holiday which just gets added to the end of your lease, for example). If you haven't already, get in touch with your lease company and find out if they can offer you a similar solution. 

 

If there is anything else you want to ask, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

If you want to discuss leasing and how it might benefit you, please don't hesitate by getting in contact, or completing a callback form:

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