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Our guide to PCP car finance for 2017

Future economic blows for the motor industry could be softened by PCP, and here’s what is available for the 171 period, writes Shane O’Donoghue

27th November, 2016
BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer

It seems that many are talking down the Irish economy in light of Brexit and the election of Donald Trump in the US, though the effects are not at all known, as yet. No doubt the motor industry is keeping a watchful eye on events, as car sales, new ones in particular, are historically very closely linked to the buoyancy of the economy.

Allaying fears somewhat, last week released its bi-annual motoring report, which...

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