Good to Go
These cars were taken in part exchange by one of our four Parkway Volkswagen businesses.
Ordinarily, most of our older part exchanges are sold through our auction partners, but sometimes, these cars are considered simply too good to sell via this route.
When we identify such a vehicle, we will put it through the same mechanical checks as our more expensive or newer vehicles. The only real difference is that as the car is often older or has a higher mileage, we sell the bodywork ‘as seen’ – in other words, commensurate with age and mileage..
Frequently asked questions:
Will my Good to Go car be inspected or checked?
Yes - each vehicle will go through the same inspection as all our other vehicles. It will have a 142 point check and a fresh MOT if less than 6 months is remaining. Read our Customer Charter for full details.
There is a slight scuff on the alloy wheel, will this be rectified?
No - not in the price. However we do have repair facilities within Group and we would be happy to quote you for any body work refurbishment, but this would be at an additional cost to the vehicle.
Does a Good to Go car come with any guarantees?
Yes - because the car has been fully inspected, we are happy to guarantee the major mechanical components for 6 months. See our Customer Charter for full details.
My wiper blade is smearing after 2 months, will you replace it?
No - our vehicles are checked before being presented. After 2 months we consider such a defect as a wear n tear item. Think of it as an alternative to buying privately. We will of course be happy to fit new wiper blades at a competitive price.
I have noticed a mark on the interior, will you replace the trim?
This is not a safety related item. We check for mechanical items, but due to age and mileage the bodywork and interior are sold as seen.
Will my car be checked to make sure it not been previously written off?
Yes - all our vehicles are HPI checked and you can buy with complete peace of mind that your vehicle is free from finance and has not been the subject of a total loss insurance claim.