Caterham Cars is now offering an attractive finance scheme to customers interested in funding a Seven in self-assembly form.

Caterham Cars is now offering an attractive finance scheme to customers interested in funding a Seven in self-assembly form.

The finance scheme was previously available only for fully built and pre-owned Sevens, but now Caterham is extending the offer to include the self-assembly models. The Seven 160 financed over 48 months requires a deposit of £3,099 and monthly installments of just £279 (at 19.5% APR Representative), equating to £65 per week and with a final payment of £6,399. You’ll also have to pay a credit facility fee of £175 and a competition fee of £100.

This makes owning a Caterham more attainable than ever and you can upgrade to the beefier Seven 270, 360, and 420 models as these are all available in self-assembly guise. Factory built models cost an extra £3,000, but those with enough expertise will want to do their own assembly that according to Caterham takes anywhere between 80 to 100 hours. Once the car is completed, it needs to go through an Individual Vehicle Approval (IVA) test in order to be registered with the DVLA.

According to David Ridley, Caterham Cars Chief Commercial Officer, sales in recent years have shown that more and more customers want to assemble their own cars. This is understandable as aside from saving money, you also get the satisfaction of building something with your own hands.

Finance a Caterham for only £279 per month