Answer: Please be patient, a specialist adviser from the Motor Group will contact you.
Question: Hiya my car is not working at the moment so I need a vehicle as soon as possible can you tell me what length of a process this is and when will I know if I've been approved to lease?
Answer: If you have excellent or good credit history then it would be today but let me know so I can fast track you. However, if your credit history is poor then you will have to wait a bit longer, maybe by tomorrow.
Question: Hiya I've been approved by Carloans for you yesterday & also another garage but had it suggested to me about leasing that's why I've come to time 4 leasing? so I'm assuming my credit history is ok?
Answer: Because you were approved by carloans 4 you, doesn't mean your credit history is excellent, it just means they are willing to give you the money but I bet the interest rate is really high?
Question: Yes you are right the interest rates are really high, so I guess I don't have as good as credit history that I thought I had.
Answer: I have notified the adviser that you would like to be fast tracked.
Question: Ok thank you can I just ask if I got an older car what reg plates are they? Are they newer than a 10 plate
Answer: You can have a brand new car if you like if your budget is high enough. Normally the cars are either new, 2013 reg or at the most 2012. If you were offered a 2010 reg plate car then it would be probably really cheap to lease or hire.
Please be patient for the adviser to help you when your turn comes up. However, this could be tomorrow. if you have problems do email me so I can fast track you.
Question: Ok sorry it's just I have children & I live far out in a village from school, work etc.
Thanks I appreciate the fast track
Question: Hello, I'm a journalist and work for the News International, I would like to lease a Mercedes C Class from you.
Answer: Is the Mercedes C Class your only choice or would you consider something similar if the price was right? Maybe ex demo where you get more for your money?
Question: Yes we would consider other deals , can you send me your best rates , we are leasing at the moment , we get very good lease deals though National union journalist ,, however we would consider other options ?
Question: It's so I can look at getting this deal upon passing my test
Answer: At lease low prices that we offer, no we do not include insurance, other than insurance for you to drive the car away. For a fiesta as a new driver you are probably looking at paying £2000 to £3000 a year depending where you live.
Assuming your credit history is ok, the Fiesta would cost you probably £300 to £400 a month depending on how much the insurance will cost you. You also be a named driver of the car and have one of your parents put you on their insurance policy this way you can half the insurance price but your parents would be responsible if you cash the car.
You also say you have poor credit history, is that just poor or bad as in payment defaults, or something else?
Question: I am not looking to take a car till august as my partner took a lease for me at present which runs out 1st
September. He is not willing to re-new this, that's why I need something small and
affordable for myself and the debt management programme I am in at present finishes end of August, then I will have no debt.
Answer: I'm not sure what you mean? If you are looking to lease a car in August then it is too early to start the process.
Question: I basically was just enquiring to see if you would be able to assist me as I was in a trust deed, not sure if you help people that have had bad credit, as I don't know a lot of companies that would help, that's why I'm looking around just now. Come the 1st of September I won't have a car.
Sorry for the confusion.
Answer: If you are in a Trust Deed you must have fallen into bad credit in the past to get into this situation?
If you have bad credit the only type of lease agreement available to you would be a Hire Purchase agreement, which means you own the car at the end of the lease. You cannot own a car at the end of the lease if you are in a Trust Deed, you will have to sell the car and put the money back into the Trust Deed.
Another solution is to contract hire lease a car which means you will not own the car at the end of the lease whilst you are in a Trust Deed. However, you need to have good credit history to be able to do this.
Question: Can you explain to me about vehicles on contract hire while in a Trust Deed?
Answer: In short, you can lease a car whilst in a Trust Deed, provided you do not own the vehicle at the end of the lease period agreement and provided you are able to make monthly payments into the Trust Deed.
Question: Can you explain to me about vehicle on Hire Purchase while in a Trust Deed?
Answer: Such vehicles will be required to be valued at the end of the trust deed and any value
that the vehicle has and the money
made from the selling of the vehicle must be paid into the Trust Deed. If you change your car during the Trust Deed it is the value of the car which you own at the end of the Trust Deed which must be paid into the Estate.
Basically, yes you can Hire Purchase a car whilst in a Trust Deed, but you will have to pay nearly double the amount to obtain a car because you not only pay for the depreciation of the vehicle and interest but you also pay for the capital because you have to purchase the car and then sell it and hand over the money you make back into the Trust Deed.
For example if you contracted hired a car like an ex demo Fiesta that would normally cost you £150 a month, with Hire Purchase that could cost you £250 a month. Also a deposit of at least £1000 will be required too.
Question: My trust deed finishes in a few months, that's why I was making enquiries just now, to see if I would still be affected. I know my credit rating still won't be good, but I will have extra money to afford something.
Answer: In that case you could look into leasing a car as a Hire Purchase because the lease is based on your credit history not your future dealings. Just to make a note, credit history is based on taking out loans, credit cards, etc and be able to pay back regularly.
When the time comes give us a call.
Question: Hi, I'd like to hire a car for a short period of time. I will need it to drive around Scotland.
Answer: Can you please provide a bit more information? What car or cars are you looking at and when you say short, can you
let me know if that is a few months, years?
Question: Thanks for getting back to me so quickly
My situation is this: I've been living in Belgium for the past five years but am moving back to Scotland next week on a permanent basis. I have a new job with Angus Council which requires that I drive. I'd rather lease a car for the moment while I take care of other stuff, like finding a flat.
My bank account, credit card etc are all Belgian too which might complicate things.
I'd be looking for a medium sized car for around 6 months.
Answer: I'm afraid you need to be living and working in the UK for a minimum of 3 years or more before you can apply for a car lease. However, you can hire a car no problem, as in rent a car on a long term basis. You can find several rent a car companies listed on this page
Question: Hi, I'm going to be working on a contract in Scotland, I'd like an automatic 4x4 or crossover 10000 miles per year 3 years contract £450 per month tops Nisan qashqai Hyundai ix35 Kia sportage?
Answer: I've checked with our partners who handle the finance side of the lease and they have informed me that your application got cancelled.
Question: I have had no one contacting myself so I don't understand why it was cancelled
Answer: I have asked your account manager if they can you have a look at why
your application was cancelled? or if something is going on?
Question: The only information that we seem to hold on
you is from when you applied back in May 2014.
The application was cancelled due to the customer not being able to afford the repayments.
As you have applied again our systems are not approving your
application because of what you stated back in May.
Answer: Oh I see, yes now I remember, I was contacted
but then I didn't or wasn't in the position to afford the payments, but I can
now. What do we do now?
Question: I will asked your account manager to
reactivate your application and get some good offers to you that you can afford.
Question: I am returning home to Glasgow for a Sabbatical for six to seven months. I will still be fully paid by my Employer in Australia. I am looking for the most cost effective method to have transport whilst back in Glasgow. I am looking for something like Ranger Rover Evoque or equivalent. Would even be interested in quote for Ranger Rover Sport. I only need the car for six months.
Answer: I'm afraid to lease a car in Scotland you need to be living and working in
Scotland for at least 3 years or more before you can apply. However, you can hire a car from a rent a car company on a monthly basis. Here are some companies listed on this page that can offer such deals.