Coronavirus (Covid 19)

The Coronavirus outbreak naturally raises a lot of questions about your car. Here you'll find answers to the questions we're being asked and which of our dealers are still available for essential services.

Our showrooms are now open

We’re delighted to tell you that our dealer showrooms and workshops are open and running more or less normally..

You will be able to browse, get advice or take a test drive. Each showroom has been fully prepared to make it as safe as possible for visitors, following government gudelines and implementing social distancing measures.

Check your local dealer's opening arrangements before visiting as some are operating on an appoinment basis for safety reasons.

Social Distancing

Browse cars safely in the showroom. Our expert dealer staff will be on hand to answer any questions you might have and are working hard to ensure everyone can visit safely.

Solo test drives

Take an unaccompanied test drive in the car of your choice. We’ll be cleaning cars between every customer so you can be sure its safe to drive.

Ring ahead to find out more

Many of our dealers are asking customers to make an appointment to ensure everyone is kept safe, so speak to your local dealer ahead of your visit to find out what they're doing.

Payment Holiday

Worried about your finance payments?

If you have financed your vehicle through our partners Shogun Finance or Shogun Vehicle Leasing and your income has been impacted by Coronavirus, you may be able to defer your payments for 1 or 3 months. You can apply for a payment holiday online or call us to discuss your options. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to common questions relating to cars and dealerships during the Coronavirus period

A Mitsubishi Service Plan usually has a one month window in which you can claim the service but in the current circumstances we have ‘paused’ this period so that you still have time to claim your Service after the lockdown has ended. Please contact your local dealer once they have re-opened to book your service.

The Department for Transport has announced that vehicle owners will be granted a 6-month exemption from MOT testing, enabling them to continue to travel to work, for Key Workers, or shop for necessities.

All cars which would usually require an MOT test will be exempted from testing from 30 March 2020. Vehicles must be kept in a roadworthy condition.

Legislation will be introduced on March 30 and will come into immediate effect for 12 months. Drivers will still need to get their vehicle tested until the new regulations come into place, if they need to use it.

We're here to answer any questions you have. You can contact us at any time and we'll reply as soon as we can.

Configure a car

Build your car and save it for later

Build you perfect Mitsubishi, configure your ideal monthly payment and you can save your progress so that you're all ready to go once dealerships are open again.

And with Mitsubishi you can buy online, from the comfort of your own home.

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Caring for your car during Coronavirus

Not being driven for weeks at a time can cause wear to tyres and cause brakes to seize up. We've compiled some simple Car Care tips to ensure your vehicle stays in great condition while it's stuck on the driveway.

We've also got some care tips for owners of Hybrid and Electric Cars too.

We're here to answer any questions you have. You can contact us at any time and we'll reply as soon as we can.