AFTER a successful pilot at its branch in Chelmsford, Aston Barclay has released its Assured product for the whole group.
The product aims to make the buying of cars at auction fairer for dealerships. Any vehicles failing to meet the standards outlined on the initial Assured Inspection report, the independent remarketing professional will consider a replacement or repair or potentially even a refund for the sale price of the car.
Any vehicle under 10 years old and under 100,000 miles will qualify for Aston Barclay‘s Assured and all of the main aspects of the cars will be inspected, including, engine operation, brakes, steering, transmission, key electrical components, fluid levels and dashboard lights.
At auction, cars will carry the assured logo and the website and Buyer app also mark the cars that have Condition and Assured reports.
Martin Potter, Aston Barclay’s group operations director, said: “Assured has been set up purely with buyers in mind and our nine-month trial has been greeted positively.