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Whilst Evans Halshaw is one of the most well known dealership chains found in the UK, I’m sure that their owner (Pendragon Plc) will be just as proud of Stratstone that is the luxury arm of the group. They acquired the brand back in the year 1992. The company itself was established in 1921 and they are found on the web at They are well known for their Aston Martin, Jaguar and Porsche outlets. They also have a Ferrari showroom and a range of further franchises built for the likes of BMW, Land Rover and Mercedes Benz. They have in the region of 85 showrooms in total.

They generate operating profits on a similar level to their larger sister-brand Evans Halshaw, but this is perhaps understandable since they are selling premium cars. There is a Stratstone finance options page, but this generally just informs you of the various financing options across the market. There is no data surrounding the lending panel that they have teamed up with. When browsing across their vehicle search most of the agreements were headed as HP (Hire Purchase) that sets terms between 12 and 60 months. We picked out a price for one of their Jaguar X-Type models. The value of this was £10,226 and a 48 month repayment was selected.

The total charge for this example was £3561.12 that had a headed APR of 14.1%. You can’t apply for credit through, but you can fill in a form so that they can get back to you by phone. All of the showrooms that we checked were open on each day of the week, but the specific times varied across those that we checked. This luxury automotive dealer has come a long way over the years, but they do certainly have fierce competition across the market. Both Charles Hurst and JCT600 for instance each have Ferrari showrooms, as well as other flagship manufacturers across their networks.