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Part exchange

How does part-exchange work?

Part-exchanging a car involves swapping your car for another, more expensive vehicle. You then pay the difference, which will either involve organising some form of financing or just paying in cash. Part exchange has the benefit that you can avoid the hassle of having to sell your existing car.

You must own the car outright if you want to part-exchange it, though: there can’t be any outstanding finance on it.

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Cinch Cars Limited is an appointed representative of ITC Compliance Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (their registration number is 313486). Permitted activities include acting as a credit broker not a lender.

We can introduce you to a limited number of finance providers. We do not charge fees for our Consumer Credit services. We may receive a payment(s) or other benefits from finance providers should you decide to enter into an agreement with them, typically either a fixed fee or a fixed percentage of the amount you borrow. The payment we receive may vary between finance providers and product types. The payment received does not impact the finance rate offered.

All finance applications are subject to status, terms and conditions apply, UK residents only, 18’s or over, Guarantees may be required.

We accept all major Visa, Mastercard and American Express debit or credit cards.