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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

'No reason' Amazon won't start selling cars as buyers 'crave' simple buying experience

20 January 2017
'No reason' Amazon won't start selling cars as buyers 'crave' simple buying experience

Speaking on the launch of its “biggest ever” UK ad campaign for Toyota’s new C-HR vehicle, Andrew Cullis: “There’s no reason why Amazon won’t soon start selling cars. “We do...

More buyers willing to buy a car online sight unseen

20 January 2017
More buyers willing to buy a car online sight unseen

Buyers are increasingly prepared to buy cars online when they are backed up by the reassurance of a franchised dealer. That’s the key finding of new research into 1,000 motorists...

Motor trade responds to government Brexit strategy

20 January 2017
Motor trade responds to government Brexit strategy

The NFDA has welcomed the Prime Minister Theresa May’s speech outlining the government’s negotiating objectives for exiting the EU. The PM confirmed that the UK would leave the single market...

Mallard will be increasing commission from Feb 1st 2017

12 January 2017
Mallard will be increasing commission from Feb 1st 2017

Mallard is a main lender, that can help customers that automatically fail your prime lender’s criteria. We take a common-sense approach as we carefully look at individual circumstances, not credit...

Car ownership to come under pressure says KPMG

12 January 2017
Car ownership to come under pressure says KPMG

The KPMG Global Automotive Executive Survey 2017 found that 74% of UK automotive executives think that until 2025, more than half of car owners today will not want to own...

Dealer part exchange values fall for second month

12 January 2017
Dealer part exchange values fall for second month

Average values fell in December as demand softened in the run-up to the year-end period. The average value of a used car sold at BCA in December decreased by 3.3%...

UK motorists seek compensation from VW over dieselgate

12 January 2017
UK motorists seek compensation from VW over dieselgate

Thousands of UK motorists are to launch a lawsuit against Volkswagen over dieselgate. The class action is being led by UK law firm Harcus Sinclair UK which specialises in large...

Used car demand remains strong in December - Cap HPI

03 January 2017
Used car demand remains strong in December - Cap HPI

Average used car values declined by 1.6% at three years 60,000 miles in December, a figure that compares to the same point last year, where prices moved downward by 1.8%.

Car tax changes to boost first quarter registrations

03 January 2017
Car tax changes to boost first quarter registrations

Online car retailer BuyaCar is predicting a boost to new car sales in the first quarter as buyers anticipate car tax changes coming into effect on 1 April. BuyaCar said...