Car Prices Drop Significantly as Trade Centre UK Slashes Prices post-Lockdown
The Trade Centre have transformed their showrooms into what they claim to be the safest place to buy a used car in the U.K. In addition, they have slashed their prices by up to £3,000 across every single car.
The Trade Centre UK is set to reopen all three stores in England on Monday 1st of June. Following an extensive risk-assessment of the entire business, the team have implemented a thorough safety plan which includes 2m safe distancing, one way entrance and exits, hand gel and wipe stations, as well as temperature control checks on staff arriving for shifts.
With an incredible 5,000 cars to clear, they will have extended opening hours until 9pm weekdays and 6pm on weekends. Every car can be driven away within 1 hour, minimising the time that each customer remains in-store. They are also offering customers the ability to put down just £99 or their old car as deposit, with payments from as little as £20 per week.
Those customers venturing out in pursuit of a new car will see that prices on reopening have been dropped considerably. Andy Coulthurst – CEO explained, “We’ve taken the bold decision to clear every single car in stock. Many cars have been reduced by £3,000 and no car has less than a £2,000 reduction”. Andy continues, “we do not expect car shoppers to venture into our premises unless they are absolutely certain that they are entering a safe environment and we have invested heavily in creating what we believe to be the safest place to buy a used car in the U.K.”
Notes to editors
Established in 1999, the group has three stores in Wales, branded The Trade Centre Wales at Neath, Cardiff North and Merthyr. They have three stores in England branded Trade Centre UK which will open on 1st June two being in the Midlands at Wednesbury and Coventry and a newly opened store, the largest car supermarket in the North-West at Rochdale.
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