Call our Sales Team on 0208 912 2120

A time to buy

29th August 1975
Page 7
Page 7, 29th August 1975 — A time to buy
Noticed an error?
If you've noticed an error in this article please click here to report it so we can fix it.

Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

For any operator who can come up with cash or ere without incurring crippling interest payments, now is t time to lay hands on vehicle bargains that are neN likely to be repeated. Especially in heavy vehicles, sell( are cutting margins to the bone to shift their stocl and this includes fully competitive current vehicles as w as end-of-model offers where manufacturers have been cle ing decks for new ranges. Almost every week adverts( in CM are tempting readers with holiday-or-cash sal bonuses worth hundreds of pounds, while the amounts bei bandied about the trade as cash discounts have reach almost the proportions of fishing stories.

It would obviously be foolish for operators to buy an unsu able vehicle just to cash in on a tempting sales offer, but I discounts are to be had on most makes and in many weig ranges. In trailers, too, the poor trading situation h brought a rock-bottom buyers' market. There are sl pockets of relative shortage—for instance in diesel-engin light vans—but in general there is unprecedented availabili of vehicles. Now, as never before, is the time to moderni fleets and cut running costs.


comments powered by Disqus