Buy a used Caterham and get a free track day

Buy a used Caterham and get a free track day

Buy a used Caterham and get a free track day

British sports car maker Caterham is introducing an official used car scheme for the first time.

Anyone who buys a car through the Caterham Selected scheme will be able to enjoy the same peace of mind as buyers of a brand new vehicle, the company says.

All approved used Caterhams Selected cars will be put through an 81-point check, and come with 12 months’ parts and labour warranty. They’ll also come with an HPI certificate, include a year’s AA breakdown cover (including home start) and free MOT tests throughout the buyer’s ownership of the car.

As a bonus, buyers will get a voucher for a BookaTrack track day, as well a year’s membership of the Caterham Owners’ Club.

Caterham Group CEO, Graham Macdonald, said: “Purchasing a sports car 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.”

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