specialist car finance

We can finance Supercars, Prestige Cars, Classic Cars and Sports Cars.

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Our finance partners have nearly 40 years’ experience helping customers get behind the wheel of their next dream vehicle. We’re proud to be associated with a number of carefully selected independent finance brokers with a dedicated proposition to high end vehicle finance.

 

Our partners provide a personalised service for private individuals and businesses looking to finance supercars, prestige cars and classic cars.

You may be an enthusiast who enjoys changing their car on a regular basis. Perhaps you’re an avid collector who is in the process of building a portfolio of supercars or classic cars.

 

Maybe you’re about to take that exciting step of purchasing the car you’ve always dreamt of driving. Talk to the team at Hawkstone Farley about the competitive options available for you.

or call our team on 01656 47 00 55

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hire purchase

Hire purchase is a simple, straightforward way to spread the cost of buying your new car. The loan is paid in regular instalments over a fixed period of months (typically 2 to 5 years).

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balloon plans

An agreement with a balloon payment makes it possible to own a vehicle on lower monthly payments compared to a hire purchase agreement. This is possible by deferring part of the loaned amount to the end of the agreement, known typically as a balloon payment.

equity release

If you own a vehicle of significant value, we can help you release some of the equity to free-up some cash. A hassle-free and slick service means you can act quickly when the opportunity arises to purchase or invest in something new.

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refinance

If you’re nearing the end of you finance term and wish to keep your car, or you want to see if Hawkstone Commercials can provide a better deal than your current agreement, talk to us about the refinance options we have available with a specialist panel of lenders.

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