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Caterham Cars launches approved pre-owned scheme

Time 6 years ago

caterham sevenCATERHAM Cars has launched an approved pre-owned car service for Caterham Sevens.

The new scheme, named Caterham Selected, is designed to offer buyers the finest used Caterham Sevens in the country and will be the first of its kind.

Caterham explained that all of its ‘Selected’ vehicles are specifically chosen for their superior condition, specification and provenance. Customers looking for a modern or vintage Caterham can now purchase a pre-owned model benefitting from the same peace of mind as buyers of brand new vehicle.


The scheme offers owners of a Caterham Selected vehicle several benefits. The cars will receive an 81-point check as set out by Caterham’s engineering team, 12 months parts and labour warranty, AA breakdown cover for one year and free MoT tests throughout their ownership of the vehicle and a Caterham HPI certificate.

service caterhamGraham Macdonald, Caterham Group CEO, said: ‘Purchasing a sportscar is no small decision but, as well as offering cast-iron residual values, we now offer a wide range of pre-owned Caterham cars with market leading benefits designed to provide as much reassurance as possible.

‘Caterham’s customers are enthusiasts at heart; they want to concentrate on enjoying the thrilling driving experience, while we can look after the rest.’

In addition to the manufacturer-backed benefits, Caterham has teamed with Bookatrack and the Lotus 7 owners club to offer Selected customers a BookaTrack trackday voucher, as well as a one-year membership of the Caterham owner’s club.

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Rebecca has been a motoring and business journalist since 2014, previously writing and presenting for titles such as the Press Association, Auto Express and Car Buyer. She has worked in many roles for Car Dealer Magazine’s publisher Blackball Media including head of editorial.

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