Presently we are selling cars faster than we can source them. This is why you will notice our stock levels are falling. Some would see this as a good problem for any business to have – Demand exceeding Supply. However, from our point of view this is a real problem as it means buyers are going elsewhere as in most instances consumers are not in a position to keep waiting and waiting.
In order to address this, we are spreading our net wider and wider in order to source more of the RIGHT cars. BUT we cannot compromise on our buying criteria – after all it is that which has placed us in this position.
I am confident that over the coming weeks our efforts will pay off and stock levels will start to rise.
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It always feels great to see one of our Little Belters go off to a new home. In the past 18 months, we have been very lucky to have had some wonderful customers and it is always nice to receive positive comments about our service.
Following on from the feel-good factor of the great success in the Olympics and with the return of the football season, LittleBelters are getting in on the act and investing in grass roots football at local Stockport District Sunday Football League side, Norris Villa SMFC - with a new Shirt Sponsorship deal with the side's 1st and Reserve teams.
Buying and Running a car can be an expensive business, especially if you’re a new or young driver.
It can also be a little daunting picking your 1st car, there’s so many variables to think about it can be a stressful experience if you’re in un-familiar territory. There’ll be no shortage of input from the family either!
One common thing I’ve heard is ‘You’re best off buying a new car so you know where it’s come from and you’re covered if anything goes wrong!’ that’s sound advice, but new cars aren’t exactly cheap for the budget conscious driver are they? There’s also the large matter of the depreciating value.
Did you know that a ‘new’ car loses 40% of it’s value within the 1st year? That’s astounding when you think about it. To buy a new car actually works out as a massive extra ‘cost’. It’s easy to see why many people will often choose
It might sound rather trite to say this, but we genuinely love to hear back from our customers and how we have helped them – and it is a large part of what we are trying to achieve here. So when we get an email like the one we received the other day, it really does lift the spirits in the LB office another notch.
Jane is a lovely lady who approached us through our car sourcing services having been recommended to us by a friend. She was looking for a car for her son Daniel, who had just passed his test.
Having given us a budget to work with, we found a lovely little Renault Clio Campus. Registered in 2007, with just 76k on the clock, it looked in fantastic condition and we picked it up ourselves from a Main Ford Dealership in Somerset. Once we had checked