- Not tied to any maker, and only sell used cars
- You deal with one person, and test drives are encouraged
- Part-exchange and finance also available on-site
How to buy a car at an Independent Dealer
We know that some potential buyers are put off by the image of independents, but that’s not fair, as Vicki Butler-Henderson found when she visited the award-winning AZ Autos in Hertfordshire.
It’s called an ‘independent’ because it isn’t tied to any one manufacturer, and that means it can sell cars from a wide range of companies. However, they’ll all be used cars.
We know from our own research that some potential buyers are put off by the image of places like this, but that’s not fair. In fact, our research goes on to show that customers who buy a car from an independent dealer like this are very happy with the experience.
For full details of what you can expect when you go to an independent dealer, just watch our film above.