Brexit Price Rises for 2017 £- Beat the Rise NOW
As a " Duty of Care" to our valued customer base, we have recently been informed of predicted New car price rises with the two New car brands we operate for 2017 . MG Motor UK and Subaru UK .
Both companies have indicated an average price of @ 10% which on MG 3 is @ £1000 - GS is so far not affected and for Subaru models, the whole range is also affected and therefore an average of @ 10% is also in the mix. We have NO confirmed numbers as yet but they WILL be increased from January 1st 2017.
THESE ACTIONS ARE SOLEY DUE TO EXCHANGE RATE ADJUSTMENTS DUE TO BREXIT
We have currently managed to price protect SOME orders that are due to arrive in 2017 but the only way to guarantee the pre-price rise event is to buy what is currently landed in stock at Subaru and MG Dealers. As our customers, you probably know how we work. We know that when the new cars are in stock and available for instant delivery, it is a far easier buying process for everyone and as much as we cannot stock every model in every colour, we do try to keep stock levels to the maximum throughout the year.
So here is the benefit for you right now. We have 16 (out of a 35 car initial order) remaining pre-registered MG 3 in stock in a good mix of colours and specifications. ALL of these pre-registered MG 3 models have the benefit of a minimum £2000 Part Exchange allowance too so it is a very good time to purchase if you are currently thinking about it. Dont wait as when they run out, the deal will be finished....and £1000 more by the looks of it.
We also are currently holding 4 New MG GS Exclusive models in stock too, so although not yet affected, the offer of 0% Finance over 5 years with a 20 % Deposit is only running until the end of the year so it is a very good opportunity to come and take a look at this brand new product to market and see if it is your turn now to own and drive an SUV with 5 Year / 80 000 miles Warranty.
So where are with Subaru then ? - We currently have 13 cars in stock and available for sale at 2016 prices - They are new- unregistered and from Jan 1st 2017 @ £2500- £3000 cheaper than the new priced cars will be.
Current New Subaru Cars in stock at 2016 prices and finance offers -
Subaru XV 2.0 SE Auto 2016 model in Dark Blue Metallic - -Subaru BRZ SE Lux AUTO in Crystal Black - -2017 model Subaru Levorg with Eyesight in Crystal Black (VIP Order ) -- 2017 model Subaru Levorg with Eyesight in Pure Red with Sti Body Kit (VIP Order) -- New Subaru WRxX STi in Dark Grey -- Subaru Forester 2.0 D PREMIUM Auto in ICE SIlver (pre reg saving) -- Subaru Forester 2.0i PREMIUM Auto in Quartz BLue (pre-reg Saving) -- Subaru XV 2.0 SE PREMIUM AUTO in Ice Silver -- Subaru Outback 2.0 D PREMIUM AUto in Patinum Grey Metallic -- Subaru Outback 2.0 D PREMIUM Auto in Tungsten with Ivory Leather( VIP Order) -- Subaru Outback 2.5 PREMIUM Auto in Crystal Black with Ivoitry Leather (VIP Order) -- Subaru Forester XT Turbo in Dark Grey 2016 model -- Subaru Forester 2.0 D Premium Manual in SEPIA .
VIP orders are current 2016 model cars but with exterior colour changes and interior colour changes. Pure is Red and Crystal Black on 2017 LEVORG are only availale to order VIP and Ivory Leather Trim on Outback AND Crystal Black Pearl are both VIP only cars. Unique motor vehicles for unique customers and drivers !
If you have been considering a NEW SUBARU but you were waiting for the new year, our advice would be to act prior to the price rises and current finance plans on offer from Subaru UK. As the exchange rate comes into operation then the market is going to look different as far as affordability is concerned and in normal circumstances, we are normally the last to know and when quite often it is too late to do something about it.
This time, we are in front of the change and therefore now we have been informed, so have you !
I have taken this opportunity to inform you, our valued customers, as we believe the transaction values will be higher in 2017 than they currently are for these last few weeks of 2016. There is a consideration that as new car prices rise, then used car prices will also increase in value. This , we believe, will not only take a length of time to develop inthe market place but it will only really affect nearly new or pre-registered vehicles initially.
Piers Terry - Delaer Principal