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Wearnes pre-owned introduces 7-day exchange policy

Wearnes pre-owned introduces 7-day exchange policy



Wearnes provides those looking for a pre-loved vehicle a worry-free car buying experience, as well as instantaneous delivery.

With more than 100 years of experience in the automotive industry, Wearnes' long-standing presence in the sector is your trusted go-to when purchasing pre-owned vehicles.

Shop from a wide selection of vehicles

Besides providing those looking for a pre-owned vehicle a worry-free car buying experience and instantaneous delivery, Wearnes Pre-Owned offers buyers the opportunity to choose from a wide range of marques, and to do so with the highest levels of assurance!

Whether you are looking for a car from a prestigious marque, or one from a more mainstream brand, Wearnes has a car that will suit you!

But more than just shopping from a reputable dealer, Wearnes' long-standing presence in the sector also means that you're sure to find what you are looking for. Whether you are looking for a car from a prestigious marque, or one from a more mainstream brand, Wearnes has a car that will suit you!

Exchange your vehicle if you're unsatisfied*

And talking about getting the right car, there's no need to worry about leaving with the wrong vehicle when you shop at Wearnes Pre-Owned.

This is thanks to its seven-day exchange policy, allowing you to exchange your purchase with another of similar value, should you decide that the car you chose initially is not the best for you!

Get your car the next day*

Need a car urgently or don't want to be left waiting for your new ride? You can actually start driving right away when you shop at Wearnes Pre-Owned, thanks to its next day delivery option, allowing you to get behind the wheel of your next car, as long as receipt of payment and approval of insurance application is processed!

Your one-stop-shop for everything you need

For those looking for a hassle-free buying experience, Wearnes Pre-Owned's team of experienced valuers will be able to provide a competitive price for your trade-in vehicle so you can get the most out of your trade-in car, without the need to travel across different dealers looking for quotations!

And if you're unfamiliar with the documentation necessary to register your selected car, don't fret, at Wearnes, all of it will be done for you, without additional administrative charge!

Wearnes' experience in the industry also means it can source for the most competitive interest rates on your car loan as well as your vehicle insurance! And thanks to its long working relationship with established agencies like Liberty and AIG you'll always be getting the best price for your insurance coverage.
And there's one more added bonus: Those that shop from its in-house makes will also stand to benefit from the Wearnes Workshop Plan, ensuring that your vehicle receives quality repairs with genuine parts!



Looking for the best pre-owned car shopping experience there is?
Head on over to Wearnes Pre-Owned now to see just what is on offer!

*Terms apply






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