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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

New car sales enquiries decline 4% in April

25 April 2017
New car sales enquiries decline 4% in April

New car sales enquiries fell by 4% in the first 14 days of April compared to the same period in 2016. The decline, recorded by showroom systems management firm Dealerweb,...

Having a local dealer is ‘low priority’ for new car buyers

25 April 2017
Having a local dealer is ‘low priority’ for new car buyers

Having a dealer nearby is near bottom of the priority list for motorists when it comes to buying cars. Nearly 1,000 car buyers were asked what matters most when they’re...

Bank of England to get tough on PCP credit culture

25 April 2017
Bank of England to get tough on PCP credit culture

The Bank of England has confirmed that it considering more stringent regulations which would usher in strict affordability checks in a bid to avoid a PCP-prompted financial crisis.

March used car prices at auction rise 13% year on year

18 April 2017
March used car prices at auction rise 13% year on year

Used car prices in August at auction were 13% than a year ago, according to BCA Pulse.

Average dealer made a £13,700 loss in February

18 April 2017
Average dealer made a £13,700 loss in February

The average UK car retailer made a loss of £13,700 in February, a slight increase on the loss made in February 2016, according to dealer profitability specialist ASE.

A quarter of motorists expect EU exit to push up new car prices

18 April 2017
A quarter of motorists expect EU exit to push up new car prices

A quarter of motorists believe leaving the EU will push up the price of cars, according to a new survey.

Trusted Dealers launches roadshows to promote electric vehicles

24 March 2017
Trusted Dealers launches roadshows to promote electric vehicles

Online classified car website NFDA Trusted Dealers and national consumer advice organisation the Energy Saving Trust have launched a dealer-led nationwide campaign to increase awareness among UK car buyers about...

New government insurance rules 'will increase driver premiums'

24 March 2017
New government insurance rules 'will increase driver premiums'

Drivers will have to pay much more for motor insurance after the Government announced new rules that will push up lump sum payments for personal injury claims.

Drivers Still Risking Lives By Using Phone Despite New Penalties

24 March 2017
Drivers Still Risking Lives By Using Phone Despite New Penalties

Police crackdown catches hundreds of motorists flouting the law by using a hand-held mobile phone behind the wheel.