Terms and Conditions

Nothing contained in these terms and conditions is intended to affect, nor will it affect, a consumers statutory rights under The Sale of Goods Act 1979 or The Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999.

  1. The vehicle is supplied as roadworthy at the date of delivery and is supplied subject to any conditions or warranties that are implied by the Sale of Goods Act 1979 or any amended statute in the case of the consumer sales (as defined by the Sale of Goods Act 1979 as amended).
  2. Any accessories fitted or supplied by the seller will have the benefit of any warranty given by the manufacturers of those accessories.
    1. The seller will endeavour to secure delivery of the goods by the estimated delivery date (if any) but does not guarantee the time of delivery and shall not be liable for any damages or claims of any kind in respect of delay.
    2. If the seller fails to deliver the goods within 14 days of the estimated time of delivery stated in the contract, the Seller will make the purchaser aware and give the purchaser the opportunity to cancel the contract should the goods remain undelivered.
  3. If the contract is cancelled under the provisions of clause 3b) the deposit shall be returned to the Purchaser and the Seller shall be under no further liability.
  4. In the event that you wish to withdraw for some other reason, we will be entitled to retain a proportion of your deposit until we have found another buyer for the vehicle. The sum retained will be sufficient to cover the losses we are likely to incur.
  5. The goods shall remain the property of the Seller until the total purchase price has been paid in full. A cheque given by the Purchaser in payment shall not be treated as paid until the funds have been cleared.
  6. If the goods to be supplied by the Seller are new, the following provisions shall have effect:
    1. The Seller will ensure that the pre-delivery work specified by the manufacturer or concessionaire is performed and that he will use his best endeavours to obtain for the Purchaser ( from the manufacturer or concessionaire) the benefit of any warranty given by them to the Seller or to the Purchaser in respect of the goods.
    2. No allowance can be made for any part of the standard equipment supplied with the vehicle which the Purchaser does not wish to take.
    3. If after the date of this order and before delivery of the goods to the Purchaser the Manufacturers or concessionaires recommended price for any of the goods shall be altered, the Seller shall give notice of any such alteration to the Purchaser and:
      1. In the event of the Manufacturers or concessionaires recommended price for the goods being increased, the seller shall advise the Purchaser of any increase the seller intends to pass on to the Purchaser. The Purchaser has the right to cancel the contract within 14 days of receipt of such notice. If the Purchaser does not wish to cancel the contract, the price increase shall be added to the contract price.
      2. In the event of the recommended price being reduced, the Seller shall advise the Purchaser of any reduction the seller intends to pass on to the Purchaser. If the amount is not the same as the reduction of the recommended price, the Purchaser has the right to cancel the contract within 14 days of receipt of such notice.
    4. In the event of the manufacturer of the goods described in the order ceasing to make goods of that type, the Seller may (whether the estimated delivery date has arrived or not) cancel the contract by giving notice to the Purchaser in writing.
  7. Where the Seller agrees to allow part of the price of the goods to be discharged by the Purchaser delivering a used motor vehicle to the Seller (in part-exchange) the following further conditions apply:
      1. that the Purchaser has good title to the used part-exchange vehicle and it is free from any third party charge or interest.
      2. When the part-exchange vehicle has an outstanding finance agreement, the agreed part-exchange value will be reduced by the amount required to settle the outstanding finance balance.
    1. That the Seller has examined the used vehicle prior to the confirmation and acceptance of taking it in part-exchange, and that upon completion of the contract the vehicle is delivered to the Seller in the same condition (fair wear and tear accepted).
    2. That the part-exchange vehicle shall be delivered to the Seller on or before delivery of the goods, upon which ownership of the vehicle is passed to the Seller absolutely upon completion of the contract.
    3. In the event of the vehicle delivered by the Seller being delayed through no fault of the Seller, in excess of 30 days after the date of order or estimated delivery date, the allowance on the part-exchange vehicle may be reduced by an amount not exceeding 2.5% for each period of 30 days from expiry of the initial 30 day delay until delivery of the contracted vehicle to the Purchaser as per the order form.
  8. Any notice must be given verbally to the sales consultant or in writing to the Sellers place of business.
  9. Where we supply Road Fund Licences or Vehicle registration Fees we do so as an agent for our customer.