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Will Brexit put brakes on Personal Contract Plan?

PCP hire purchase is the go-to car finance option for many, but cheap imports from Britain could affect resale value

7th January, 2018

We’re a week into the New Year and the first of the shiny new ‘181’ registered cars have hit the road in the last few days. Car dealership staff are, hopefully, working flat out fulfilling orders and handing keys over to happy new buyers, though the motor industry in Ireland is undoubtedly chewing its fingernails in anticipation of what will happen this year.

Sales of new cars in 2017 dropped by 10.4...

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