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Do you take vehicles in part exchange?
No. The vehicles we sell are all our own fleet vehicles; we don’t sell anything else, so don’t take vehicles in part exchange.

Is any warranty supplied?
The majority of vehicles we sell are still covered by the manufacturer’s warranty. Where this has expired, we will include a Warrantywise 3 month warranty. Extended warranties can also be purchased, if required.

Do your vehicles have a full service history?
Yes. The only vehicles we sell are our own fleet vehicles, all of which we have owned from new, so we not only have a full service history, but a full history of everything that has been done to the vehicle throughout its life.

Can you signwrite a vehicle before I have it?
We will be happy to design a layout for you and then supply and fit vinyl graphics to any vehicle you purchase from us. Prices will vary depending on the complexity of the design, but all you need to do is tell us what you want to say and we’ll create some layouts for you to choose from.

Will Kenhire still look after a vehicle I have bought?
We are happy to continue servicing and maintaining vehicles after we have sold them, and frequently do. Because we have run and maintained all the vehicles that we sell, our mechanics are familiar with them and know their history first hand, which is often an advantage.