Macclesfield, UK (PRWEB UK) 28 June 2012
The UK’s motor finance industry has faced difficulty during the economic downturn, however, car finance experts Car Loan 4U has experienced an increase in demand and significant business growth.
The highly successful car finance service from Car Loan 4U has gone from strength to strength to become one of the most prosperous motor finance businesses in the industry.
A recent BBC report* highlighted the fact that not enough finance support has been given to the UK motor trade industry to sustain growth. Dealerships and parts suppliers, in particular, have found it increasingly difficult to secure investment funding and maintain cashflow. A growing number of the UK’s small and medium sized companies in the automotive sector have also been unable to seek the funding they need.
Leading car finance specialists, Car Loan 4U, however, has been a driving force towards greater gains in the automotive industry in the UK. The car finance experts have made it significantly easier for consumers to apply for cheap car finance and stimulate the economy with the purchase of cars.
Car Loan 4U Co-Director Ryan Dignan responds to Jorn Madslien’s report:
“Car Loan 4U has proved to be one of the most popular sources of car finance for motorists across the country in recent years. As leading car finance experts, we have not only seen a surge in the demand for car finance, but we have also survived the credit crunch and the challenging environment that remained thereafter.
“Whilst not enough car finance support has been offered to the motor trade, Car Loan 4U has made it easy for potential customers to obtain car finance which helps to boost the automotive industry.
“We work hard to make car financing easy and affordable offering a flexible approach to finding new and used cars for customers. We work with dealerships through our recommended car dealership system, further helping the motor industry.”
New car deals are widely available and an affordable car loan from Car Loan 4U starts from just 7.9% APR.
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