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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

UK's Top 10 Most Popular New Cars For February 2017

17 March 2017
UK's Top 10 Most Popular New Cars For February 2017

Number of new registrations confirmed, most popular fuel type, most prolific sector and year-to-date figures.

New Female Themed Traffic Lights Promote Equality, Supporters Say

17 March 2017
New Female Themed Traffic Lights Promote Equality, Supporters Say

Chief Executive, Martine Letts, explained: "The idea is to install traffic lights with female representation, as well as male representation, to help reduce unconscious bias. Unconscious bias reinforces stereotypes and...

Low Emission Cars Showcased As New Fuel Infrastructure Planned

17 March 2017
Low Emission Cars Showcased As New Fuel Infrastructure Planned

Government reveals electric vehicle infrastructure expansion plans as manufacturers champion such machinery in London. A Government Bill has proposed measures that make it easier to access electric vehicle fuelling infrastructure...

Dealers ignoring bad reviews face damage to business

15 March 2017
Dealers ignoring bad reviews face damage to business

Dealers handling bad reviews inappropriately are ending up with damaged reputation and loss of potential customers.

Dealer used car finance surged 15% by value in January

15 March 2017
Dealer used car finance surged 15% by value in January

New car finance market grew 9% by value and 3% by volume in January, compared with the same month in 2016.

Consumers “feel pressured” to take add-ons when buying cars

15 March 2017
Consumers “feel pressured” to take add-ons when buying cars

Nearly half of drivers say they feel “pressured” by a salesman to buy add-ons when they bought a car. That’s one of the conclusions of research from the Institute of...

IMI supports scrappage scheme for older diesel cars

07 March 2017
IMI supports scrappage scheme for older diesel cars

The IMI has given its support to growing calls for a scrappage scheme to get older and more polluting diesel cars that pre-date EU5 or EU6 emission standards off UK...

PSA buys Opel and Vauxhall for £1.9bn UPDATE

07 March 2017
PSA buys Opel and Vauxhall for £1.9bn UPDATE

PSA has bought General Motors’ European Opel and UK Vauxhall units to become the second largest carmaker in Europe with a market share of 17%. PSA is paying €1.3bn for...

New car registrations dip in February ahead of plate change

07 March 2017
New car registrations dip in February ahead of plate change

The UK new car market was flat in February, dipping just -0.3%, according to figures released today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). A total of 83,115...