Any good car dealership should be able to pay for the financing on your behalf and agree on another financing contract for your next model. If you use the coin exchange option, I assume that would only apply if you entered into a new financing contract? Instead of paying the balance of a new or used car in cash? It`s the same story if you act in a car at the end of a PCP deal, but there`s an extra step because you don`t own the car. Read our helpful guide below for more information on how to get out of a PCP deal. Hello, I`m coming to the end of my PCp in June and I just wanted to make it back and I wanted to take over the payments of my car friends as it would sell it. How would it work with the PCp agreement and the financing of my Hi Stuart car, We are halfway through our PCP agreement and repeated invitations from the dealer looking for new models, etc. (obvs they want us to part to sell new cars) Do you think it might be worth taking this option? We have some annoying shots (wing mirror – tear on the taillight) and we are likely to exceed our expected mileage!! It is also due a service. Basically, we`re not sure if it`s first expected to face a juicy bill for damage or part of exchanging it in its current state? In which case can I imagine that they would not have to bear the foreseeable costs of the damage, etc., of the new agreement? Just ask yourself if you have any advice on this situation. With a finance lease agreement, you are required to sell the vehicle at some point during your agreement to a non-financially bound third party, and the process of doing so must go through us. Hello my PCP ended in May 2018 my agreement was with a garage that closed, I can take it to any dealer or it must be Citroen hi Axux dealer. If the GFV is $4000, you will have to pay $4000 at the end of the agreement to pay the financing and become the rightful owner of the bike. Or you can return it to the financial company instead of paying the $4000. Or you can exchange it in part for a used bike, but the $4,000 has yet to be paid. The dealer who will buy your bike will pay for it, so if your bike is worth 5K, they pay the 4K financial company and you still have 1K to put it on your nearest bike.