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Welcome to Mallard Vehicle Finance

Mallard Vehicle Finance was established in 1995. We are a privately owned and family-run business committed to delivering finance solutions tailored to the needs of our customers. We specialise in providing finance both to individuals and businesses to help purchase motor cars and vans up to a maximum size of 3.5 tonnes. We also specialise in helping customers to refinance balloon payments on vehicles they already have.

We recognise that each customer is different so every application is carefully considered by an underwriter rather than relying solely on computer-generated results and a credit score. Bespoke computer systems and dedicated staff ensure that the process of obtaining credit is as simple and straightforward as possible.

We are proud of the reputation we have built in the last 20 years and our network of over 3,000 motor dealers ensures that we offer an efficient service to a wide range of customers. If a proposal falls outside our lending criteria, we have a good working relationship with other funding sources that may be able to help.

At Mallard Vehicle Finance, our commitment to customer service, deep understanding of the marketplace and longstanding industry experience drive our common sense and flexible approach to lending.

Whether you are a customer or motor dealer contact our Colchester-based central sales unit so that we can guide you through our process.

Latest News

Lack of photos is biggest complaint about dealer websites

18 July 2017
Lack of photos is biggest complaint about dealer websites

The biggest complaint consumers have about dealer websites is the lack of car photos.

Dealers express concern over clocking by consumers

18 July 2017
Dealers express concern over clocking by consumers

620 Dealers has expressed concerns that clocking is becoming more commonplace with consumers.

Used diesel values fall 5.6% in three months

18 July 2017
Used diesel values fall 5.6% in three months

The average diesel car value fell 5.6% to £10,768 in the second quarter compared to the previous three months.

Women ‘more open’ to buying an EV according to research

10 July 2017
Women ‘more open’ to buying an EV according to research

Women are “more open than men” to the idea of buying a fully electric car, according to research from BuyaCar.co.uk. But they are less confident about knowing where to charge...

Dealers urged to update their operating systems amid ransomware attacks

10 July 2017
Dealers urged to update their operating systems amid ransomware attacks

Industry experts are warning of a worrying trend of ransomware variants becoming more complex and spreading more quickly.

Volvo commits to all-electric line-up from 2019

10 July 2017
Volvo commits to all-electric line-up from 2019

Volvos sold by dealers from 2019 will have an electric motor in a strategic move which the carmaker said will place electrification at the core of its future business.“This is...

Dealers come under fire over PCP deals in national newspaper investigation

04 July 2017
Dealers come under fire over PCP deals in national newspaper investigation

The front page of the Daily Mail carries the headline ‘Reckless Car Loan Salesmen Exposed’, with the story beneath claiming that ‘young drivers are being tempted into dangerously high levels...

Dealer showroom traffic dips in June in patchy market

04 July 2017
Dealer showroom traffic dips in June in patchy market

Dealers showroom traffic dipped in June compared to the previous month, according to data from cap hpi.

New data suggests 'significant shift in demand from new to used vehicles'

04 July 2017
New data suggests 'significant shift in demand from new to used vehicles'

New data released by Dealerweb has suggested that there was a "significant shift in demand from new to used vehicles during the second quarter of 2017".