Alfa romeo Finance
Bespoke finance for your dream Alfa Romeo
If you’re considering purchasing a new or old Alfa Romeo, talk to us. Contact us about finance, either before you start hunting for the perfect car, or after you’ve decided on your Italian dream car.
We are high-end car finance experts - an Alfa Romeo finance company who can put together a bespoke, flexible Alfa Romeo finance contract to suit your financial circumstances, your Alfa’s age, model and your future needs.
Our personal service means that we can take into account many more factors than a high street lender – for instance the car’s true residual value, other assets you may own or your business situation – and come up with a fast decision and a plan to suit you.
We often offer lower payments than other lenders, and we can offer finance to those who may be turned away by the computer-driven checklists of other companies. If it is Alfa lease payments, or alfa romeo lease you need then please do talk to us. So choose one of the Alfa Romeo models and we can provide the financing, support and knowledge you need.
Top Alfa Romeo Models We Finance
MARQUE FROM MILANAlfa Romeo, of course, is one of the few great historical marques, founded in 1910 on a basis of building stylish, powerful cars; but before very long the company were also racing them. Motorsport and speedy luxury have been the two pillars of their appeal ever since, and cars in both categories have proved extremely popular with classic collectors and with drivers who want something with a little more Italian brio than the average saloon. The great Alfa Romeo racers, including all-time greats such as Fangio’s Tipo 158 Grand Prix car and the gorgeous TZ and Tipo 33 sports cars, are highly collectible and on the rare occasions that they appear at auction or in a high-end dealer’s stock, they are snapped up for very large sums of money indeed. But their glamour and prestige are also matched by some of Alfa Romeo’s stunning pre-war grand tourers like the 6C, 8C and 1900C; regular fixtures at the most glamorous concours d’elegance, their swooping coachwork and advanced engineering are the very pinnacle of the luxury market. While the racing line persisted after WWII, with F1 cars running all the way through to the late 1980s, rally cars, sports racers and touring car contenders, Alfa Romeo’s main range became more focused on everyday cars and less on luxury vehicles. However, there were still some real highlights to be found such as the svelte Montreal, the startlingly chunky Zagato-designed SZ Coupé, the lovely 8C Competizione and the more recent and very pretty 4C.Even the square-shouldered saloons of the 1980s and 1990s such as the 164 and 145 have their fans, as the range-toppers’ green cloverleaf badge has always denoted a large dose of performance and a high level of trim. With Alfa Romeo hybrid models on their way it seems that this marque is still one that devotees swear by.We here at JBR Capital are prestige, supercar and classic car finance specialists. So if it is an Alfa Romeo Giulia review, or the Alfa Romeo 4c spider price you are looking for, find them elsewhere. We are experts in bespoke high-end car finance and nothing else. So if you’d like to drive one of these Italian masterpieces call or enquire online to discuss how we can help you grab a little of Alfa Romeo’s Milanese magic.
Popular Classic Alfa Romeo Finance Models
1900c series 1
Spacious yet stylish, Alfa Romeo called it "The family car that wins races" 1950 - 59
A rare limited-production sports car, 1989 - 91
Giulia TZ & TZ2
Light-weight and lighting fast, the TZs were born for the track, 1963 - 1967
ITALIAN CLASSICSOozing in Italian style, Alfa Romeo has been creating classics since 1910. From very early models through to modern day classics from the 1980’s they have a cult following. Racing is in the marque’s blood at all levels and on all surfaces. Stunning pre-war grand tourers like the 6C, 8C and 1900C continue in this fashion with regular fixtures at the most glamorous concours d’elegance. Motorsport and luxury are the watch towers of Alpha Romeo’s appeal ever since, and cars in both categories have proved extremely popular with classic collectors and with drivers who want something with a little more stylish, yet often under stated. Tipo 158 Grand Prix car and the gorgeous TZ and Tipo 33 sports cars, are highly collectible and on the rare occasions that they appear at auction or in a high-end dealer’s stock, they are snapped up for very large sums of money indeed. Read of one example of that rare thing – a barn find Tipo which has been brought back to its former glory.So its back to the classics that we must go for those style icons. The greatest, in our opinion include the 1954 Alfa Romeo 2000 Sportiva, 1967 Alfa Romeo T33/2 Stradale Prototipo or the absolutely stunning 1968 Alfa Romeo T33/2 ‘Daytona’. So if you’d like to drive one of the greatest of Italian classics please contact us to discuss how we can help you acquire a little of Alfa Romeo’s Milanese magic.
How much deposit will I need?
Usually 10-20% of the cost of the vehicle. The exact sum will depend on your financial situation and whether you are buying a new or used car. However, there are a few agreements that do not require any deposit, whereas others may ask for up to 30 per cent to qualify for a low interest rate. Of course, the more money you can put down as a deposit the less you’ll have to borrow and therefore the lower your monthly repayments will be.
I have bad credit; can I still get car finance?
The short answer is: Quite possibly. We take a holistic approach to credit underwriting and assess each application on its own merits. There are often very valid reasons why someone has a less than perfect credit history, and we always take into account each individual’s circumstances. If you’d like to discuss this, we’d be delighted to explain further.
Can I settle the agreement early?
Yes, but charges will usually apply – these are explained in the terms and conditions of your agreement. Please call us for further information.
Can I sell the car?
Once you’ve paid off the outstanding sum it’s yours and you can do whatever you like with it. However, while you’re still paying off the finance you aren’t legally entitled to sell the car.
Can I reduce my monthly payment?
You can reduce your monthly repayments by putting down a larger deposit at the start of a finance agreement, or deferring a lump sum (also known as a balloon payment) until the end of the agreement, which can be a useful option in some circumstances. Call us to discuss your options and we can explain more.
What interest rate will I be charged?
This will depend on the value of the car you are interested in buying, the type of finance you choose and your personal circumstances. If you’d like a personal quote, get in touch. We’d be happy to oblige.
Can I arrange finance for more than one car?
Yes – we have financed multiple car purchases for many clients. We look to build long-standing relationships with our clients and we’ll be happy to assess your requirements.