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0% APR Finance on Servicing, Repairs and Accessories

Spread the cost of your servicing or repair invoice at no extra cost

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Spread the cost of your vehicle servicing and maintenance at Evans Halshaw

Benefits of an Evans Halshaw Ford service

0% APR servicing, repair and accessory finance allows you to spread the cost of your aftersales invoice interest free with no extra fees.

It allows you to pay your servicing, maintenance, replacement tyres and MOT repair costs over a three, four or nine-month period at no additional cost, making payment more manageable.

There's no credit check involved, and can be set up at the dealership or remotely over the phone.

When it's time to pay your invoice, simply let your service advisor know that you'd like to pay through interest-free finance, and they'll set everything up for you.

How does it work?

0% APR aftersales finance consists of three easy steps:

Spread the cost of your vehicle servicing and repairs at Evans Halshaw

To help you manage your maintenance and repair costs, all Evans Halshaw dealerships offer 0% APR Finance for service and repair invoices up to £5,000.

Book an appointment at your nearest retailer to take advantage of this service at no additional cost.

 

 

Terms and Conditions

Evans Halshaw dealerships use two providers for aftersales finance: Payment Assist and Bumper.

Payment Assist is available on aftercare invoices of over £150 up to £2000. May be available for invoices over £2000 however a credit check may be required.

Bumper is available on aftercare invoices of up to £5,000. However, a soft credit check will always be performed before agreement.

By using Bumper, you are taking out a form of credit. You must be 18+ & a UK resident to apply. There are no fees, no interest or additional charges, however missed payments may incur a £12 administration fee and may impact your credit score. In extreme cases, recovering missed payments may include using a responsible debt collection agency, or as a last resort, taking legal action. Bumper’s instalment credit products are not regulated by the FCA.