BIMS visitor increase may result in more car finance customersThe rise in the number of people visiting this year's British International Motor Show (BIMS) may result in an increase in car finance customers.
The rise in the number of people visiting this year's British International Motor Show (BIMS) may result in an increase in car finance customers.
Some 472,300 people went to the 12-day London ExCeL event - an increase of 57,300 on the amount of attendees at the 2006 exhibition.
It may be that those who took a closer look at some of the newer models on the market at the show decide to take out car finance deals in order to fund their purchase in the future.
Kirsty Perkinson, marketing director of the event, commented that a "wide range" of features and attractions, in addition to the automobiles, made this year's event a triumph.
She said its success was down to "not only to the quality of the global debuts and the support of such a fantastic collection of motor manufacturers, but also to the wide range of interactive attractions and family-friendly features".
Car manufacturer Mini showed off its full range of vehicles at this year's show, including the powerful Mini John Cooper Works hatch.
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