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Cargiant.Co.Uk

1.8/5 from 8 reviews.
4.4

Big and Busy But Cracking Value

A huge site with thousands of cars, some pristine some less so, generally reflected in the price and in 'managers reduction' notices if there is any reduction applied by them due to body or other defects.

Spent some considerable time there and didn't see any cars on sale that were badly prepped or dirty.

Went to see one particular car (with a few fall back options identified via the web and cross referenced for value on Autotrader) and although they would not hold it for us they did tell us they would call us if it was sold while we were en route.

Visited on recent May Bank Holiday Monday so the site was very busy, but there was parking in the overflow car park.

Saw and bought the car (about £1.5k cheaper than any comparables we had identified on a £6.8K purchase price) - traded in our own high mileage ten year old estate painlessly (although we would have got more for it via ebay the sheer reduction in hassle was well worth the cost). Drove away within 4 hours despite them being really busy.

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A good buy
I purchased a 2014 Volvo XC60 I notice a vibration on the front, phoned Cargiant and they booked me in to a garage near buy me The faults were put right at no cost to me. I would add there was no quibble at all regarding the fault or cost. I found from the time of our initial visit to the purchase and collection to be a great experience. I would buy again and recommend to freinds & family
Underhanded Car Dealer
The issue that I have experienced was: I purchased a vehicle from Cargiant in October 2018, after I took it for a full service at VW two months after, I was issued a repair bill for £1000 to fix a number of serious issues that I as a customer would never have been able to see when purchasing the car on the show room floor. After a grueling time, lots of phone calls and stressful conversations, Car
Underhanded Car Dealer
I purchased a vehicle from Cargiant in October 2018, after I took it for a full service at VW two months after, I was issued a repair bill for £1000 to fix a number of serious issues that I as a customer would never have been able to see when purchasing the car on the show room floor. After a grueling time, lots of phone calls and stressful conversations, Cargiant agreed to repair the issues them
Maserati
I came a long way to see the Maserati gihibi. However the car got no service history and no log book. I told the staff that there was no description on the auto trader regarding no service history or log book. Then the staff told me to check the website and it states TBA. The staff wasn't interested into those detail. Next day, a sale rep called me and asked about the Maserati. I request if I buy
Beware this company: Don't buy from them!
A sad outcome, after putting a £400 pound deposit down on a BMW, I had the RAC inspect the car. There were quite a number of issues, including NO Dip stick, concerns over steering condition, a vibration was evident, and handling, including brakes. The engineer had taken it out on a test drive, which I was not able to do fully, as the 'test drive' at Cargiant, is around an industrial estate, wher
Big and Busy But Cracking Value
A huge site with thousands of cars, some pristine some less so, generally reflected in the price and in 'managers reduction' notices if there is any reduction applied by them due to body or other defects. Spent some considerable time there and didn't see any cars on sale that were badly prepped or dirty. Went to see one particular car (with a few fall back options identified via the web and
Bunch of con artists!
Decided to purchase a VW Golf from Car Giant for my dad due to the good ratings on Trust Pilot. I felt i would feel comfortable with the purchase just because they were a big dealer and they would provide a quality vehicle. Saw a 2013 VW Golf at £10,600 and felt it was good price and enquired about the car and was told it had been just reduced by £400 so was priced at £10,200. Assuming it wa
DO NOT USE
Where do I start: DO NOT USE, these are first class blaggers - and will sell you a ticking time bomb with no qualms about reneging on their point of sale overtures. Example: Vehicle 5% oil level light would illuminate after 2 weeks, took vehicle to Vauxhall who found a failed drive shaft seal, and melted glove box lamp cover. Vauxhall would replace the aforesaid parts, and service the vehicle. T
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