THE PRESTIGE CAR SPECIALISTS
Founded in 1913 by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford, Aston Martin quickly became associated with grand and expensive cars, particularly after an Aston Martin DB5 was used as James Bond’s car during the 1964 film Goldfinger. The company was granted a Royal Warrant as purveyor of motorcars to the Prince of Wales in 1982, which it continues to hold until this day.
Brand new or used, no matter the age, Aston Martin’s remain highly desired in the UK, with the most popular models being:
The DB11, V12 Vanquish (1st Gen), DBS V12, V600 Le Mans and The DB9
An Aston Martin is deemed a dream car for car enthusiasts around the planet, and at Anglo Scottish, we want to help you achieve your dream of owning your very own.
Why Choose Anglo Scottish
Contact us today to begin your tailored finance quote.
- Low APR
- Manual Underwriting
- Bespoke finance agreements
- Quick decisions
Need help? Call us on 0191 410 4776
Rates from 4.9% APR: the exact rate you will be offered will be based on your circumstances, subject to status, and affordability.
Representative example: borrowing £40,000 over 5 years with a representative APR of 4.9%, an annual interest rate of 4.9% (Fixed) and a deposit of £0.00, the amount payable would be £751.00 per month, with a total cost of credit of £ £5,060 and a total amount payable of £ £45,060.
We aim to find you the best rate available via our panel of lenders and will offer you the best deal that you’re eligible for. We don’t charge a fee for our service, but we do earn a commission. This does not influence the interest rate you’re offered in any way.
Aston Martin finance options
At Anglo Scottish we can offer bespoke Aston Martin car finance deals designed to perfectly suit your requirements.
We offer bespoke, tailored Aston Martin finance packages, ranging from Aston Martin leasing to PCP and HP options. When you contact us, our dedicated prestige finance team will detail each of your available options and reach out to our extensive panel of lenders to find the right deal for you.
Hire purchase (HP) is a flexible prestige car finance solution, suitable for financing Aston Martin cars. Aston Martin HP consists of monthly payments with the option to buy at the end of the contract, and is our most popular form of finance for specialist and unusual vehicles.
A popular form of company vehicle funding and growing as a form of personal leasing, contract hire is effectively a form of long-term rental with fixed monthly payments based on a predetermined mileage.
PERSONAL CONTRACT PURCHASE (PCP)
One of the most popular forms of car finance, our Aston Martin PCP agreements consist of an initial deposit followed by fixed monthly payments, and a balloon payment. At the end of the contract, you can either return the vehicle or pay off a balloon payment to keep it.
Also known as a conditional sale, a lease purchase is a great option if you want to own the vehicle at the end of the agreement. Buyers usually pay a cash deposit, or part exchange their old vehicle, before paying fixed monthly instalments over an agreed period. There are no mileage restrictions, servicing requirements, or additional charges, and the car ownership is transferred at the end of the agreement.
Variable rate finance options are available for agreements on high-value vehicles such as the Aston Martin DB11. Unlike other finance options, where the interest is fixed, variable rate agreements track changes in the funder’s house base rate.
There are two types of vehicle refinance;
Refinance of the whole deal or Refinance of a balloon payment
REFINANCE THE WHOLE DEAL
It is possible to take out a new finance agreement on your Aston Martin almost straight away after you’ve bought it. For example, you may have signed up to an agreement, bought your Aston Martin then realised you could have gotten a lower interest rate through a different lender. Alternatively, your current deal may no longer suit your requirements.
Once you have signed an agreement with your new lender, your existing deal would be settled with a one-off payment, and you would then begin paying the new rate to your new lender on the agreed terms.
If you have previously bought your car on a PCP (Personal Contract Payment), and do not have the available funds to pay the balloon payment, your options with your existing lender will be to either return the car, or negotiate a deal on a new car, but there is another option.
A balloon finance deal would cover the cost of the final payment to your existing lender and break the cost down to much more manageable monthly payments.
HOW IT WORKS
Applying for finance with us is simple.
Tell us about yourself, the vehicle you would like to purchase and the type of agreement you are looking for, and how long you would like the term to be.
Using the details, you have provided we’ll compare deals from our panel of lender to find the perfect deal for you and have the agreement agreed in principle.
We’ll handle the paperwork
Once your finance has been approved, we’ll work with the lender and the car dealership to make sure everything run smoothly, and the payment is made.
You enjoy your new car
On receipt of your new vehicle, we’ll do a final check to make sure everything is as expected and you’re 100% happy with your purchase.
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