GB Car Finance specialises in used car finance in and around Wrexham. We will work hard to help you obtain an approval decision, based on affordability, in minutes and drive away your new used car within 24 hours!
If you need a loan to buy a used car then you have come to the right place - We could help to find car finance for you regardless of your current financial circumstances. We regularly help people with bad credit, even if they have been refused elsewhere. Simply complete the form opposite to apply.
We are available to help people access car finance 247, 365 days a year - Whether you need an affordable family saloon, an economical hatchback, a large car or a people carrier we will work hard to help you find the right car for you. Apply online day or night, or speak with one of our friendly operators who will help guide you through the car finance application process and answer any questions you have.
“I was happy with the deal I got for my new car as I've struggled in the past to get the finance from any other company as I've had bad credit. They were very helpful on the phone and helped me choose my car - I was more than happy and would recommend GB Car Finance to anyone…”
All circumstances considered - CCJs, defaults, arrears, self employed, benefits, limited or no credit history, refused car finance elsewhere - Whatever your circumstances we'll look to help.
As well as Wrexham, GB Car Finance is pleased to assist people searching for car finance in Abergele, Colwyn Bay, Corwen, Deeside, Denbigh, Holywell, Mold, Prestatyn, Rhyl, Ruthin, St Asaph and Conwy in North Wales.
Wrexham: Where Car Enthusiasm, Finance and Motorsport Thrive
Located in north-east Wales, the town of Wrexham is part of the Wrexham County Borough, a constituent part of the United Kingdom located close to England's border in the principality of Wales. Wrexham is notable for its deep connections with the car industry, finance industry and motorsport and serves as a hub for the production and distribution of car-related products.
The name Wrexham is thought to derive from the Welsh words 'Gwrecsam', meaning 'the place of Mercian'. Mercian, a Saxon kingdom with roots in the Middle Ages, settled the area around Wrexham in the 7th century and was pivotal in the development of the local area.
Having grown rapidly since the late 18th century, Wrexham experienced a period of significant growth in the Victorian period, with various infrastructure projects such as the railway and the Grosvenor Canal being developed. The population has grown steadily in the 20th century and there are now over 250,000 people living in the Wrexham County Borough.
Wrexham has a strong economy, bolstered by a thriving car industry. The town is home to a number of major automotive companies, including GKN, Bridgestone and Toyota, and also plays host to a number of smaller car-related businesses.
In addition to car manufacturing, Wrexham is also a financial sector hotspot. Numerous banks, insurers and building societies have set up shop in Wrexham, making the town an ideal spot for those looking to break into the finance sector.
Given its close proximity to the English border, Wrexham also serves as a gateway from Wales to England, making the town a key logistics hub for the auto and finance industries.
Wrexham is particularly notable for its motorsport heritage, having been the place of origin for motorsport in Britain since the 1930s. The first motor race ever held in the country took place in Wrexham back in 1931, and since then a number of motorsport circuits have been built in and around the town, including the famous Oulton Park Circuit.
The town is also home to a number of motorsport clubs and teams, who compete in various events such as hill climbs, rally and even drag racing. Wrexham is home to the Wrexham Motor Club, the oldest car club in the country, and the Wrexham Hill Climb and Speed Hillclimb Championships, which take place in the town annually.
As of the 2011 census, the population of Wrexham stood at 145,651 persons. Of this, around 76.8% described themselves as White British, with 13.4% of the population identifying as White Other, 6.4% as Asian/Asian British and 4.4% as Mixed/multiple ethnic groups.
Around 16.3% of the population report having no formal qualifications and around 33.7% of the population describe themselves as having qualifications below NVQ level 4. The town also has a higher unemployment rate than the Welsh average, with unemployment in the area standing at 11.3%.
Wrexham is a historic town in Wales, which has strong links to the car industry, finance industry and motorsport. It serves as an ideal hub for those looking to break into any of these industries, and its strong motorsport heritage makes it a great place for car enthusiasts to visit.