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Buying a car has never been easier at Motor Range. Just Pick a Car, then Pick a Payment. Step this way to discover car finance made easy...
Car fuel costs getting you down? Take a look at our tips to help you get the best mpg out of your car. Start saving on petrol or diesel costs today!
Insurance costs are a necessary evil. Here’s our list of 9 top tips from Motor Range on how to keep costs down while staying safe and legal on the roads.
Finding the right place to buy your next car shouldn’t be a chore. Here’s why you should make Motor Range car supermarket your first stop
Buying a car is a big decision. At Motor Range we aim to make it as easy and comfortable as possible. Here’s our tips for which car finance option to choose

Whether you’re trading in your old car or buying your first used car, unless you’re a cash buyer, you’ll need some form of credit. If you know that your credit rating isn’t good, is nonexistent or you’re just too afraid to look, there are lots of things you can do to help you to get access to the funds you need.

For most of us, financing a car will be one of the biggest investments we make.  Aside from a home, we put more time, effort and money into a vehicle purchase than any other item. And rightly so - it’s something that we use most days - travelling to work, ferrying children to school, and getting us to our chosen leisure activities.  For some, driving their car is their chosen leisure activity.  
Year on year, UK new car sales have risen steadily since 2012, with used car sales recently  hitting a 10-year high. It’s good to know that the automobile market is doing well, but one can’t help but wonder how these purchases are funded  in our ever-changing economic environment.  
Personal Contract Purchase has become a revolution in car hire in the past five years. We explain how PCP can bring you the car you want at an affordable price.
There will always be the burning question of repairing your car against the outlay of buying a replacement but sometimes, when life forces our hand, the immediate higher expenditure can in fact save more money long term.