Car loans

Car loans are loans designed specifically to purchase a new vehicle. Often these type of loans are administered by motor dealers who can set up a loan depending on your circumstances to suit the funds needed to purchase the car you are buying.

There are a huge number of car loan providers and motor dealers in the UK, many of them specialising in providing car loans for those with a poor credit history. can save you time and money by searching our network of bad credit car dealers to find you the cheapest adverse credit car loan. We will compare bad credit car dealers so you don’t have to. Simply fill in the details in the box below to find bad credit car dealers.

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