Private Vehicle Finance

There are various finance products that fall under the guise of Vehicle Finance, this includes Hire Purchase, Finance Lease, PCP and Operating Lease. Vehicle Finance allows you to acquire vehicles without the large outlay by spreading the costs over a number of years with manageable monthly repayments.  

Here at Origin Finance, our team are specialists when it comes to funding vehicles, this includes Director Vehicles, Company Vehicles, Pool Cars, Electric Vehicles, Supercars, Campervans, Mobile Homes and Classic Cars. We offer flexible finance agreements, tailored to your needs and budget and best of all, we’ll pay any supplier of your choice including private sellers

Whether you’re looking to settle your current balloon payment, replace your existing car or invest in a classic car, our team are here to help. 

96%
APPROVAL RATE

2 Hours
APPROVAL TIME

£150m+
RAISED TO DATE

5 STAR
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Case Studies

£150,000
£150,000

Refinance of a Ferrari F430 16M Spider

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£105,500
£105,500

Purchase of a new Mercedes EQS

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£76,250
£76,250

Purchase of a new VW T6.1 Camper Conversion

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£23,000
£23,000

Purchase of a used VW Golf

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Can I choose my supplier(s)? 

Yes, we can pay any Supplier(s) of your choice 

Can I finance used Vehicles? 

Yes, we can fund new or used vehicles 

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Will my payments increase with interest rate rises? 

No, your monthly payments are fixed, unaffected by interest rate rises or inflation. 

Can I finance vehicle conversions? 

Yes, we can fund both the vehicle and the conversion even if they are from separate suppliers. 

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Do I have to pay a deposit? 

We aim to provide acceptances with no deposit. You can however contribute a deposit if you wish 

Can I finance the balloon on an existing agreement? 

Yes, we have lenders that will look to fund balloon payments on existing finance agreements 

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