87% of customers who took the Savings Challenge since 2012 saved money (on either monthly payments, fuel or RFL.)
On average, customers who have taken the Savings Challenge since 2012 save £50.90 per month. (Based on like-for-like costs and projected fuel savings on a monthly basis calculated from information supplied by customers, as well as savings on RFL. Where there was no existing monthly payment, saving was calculated based on projected fuel savings and savings on RFL.)
On average, customers taking the Savings Challenge since 2012 have cut over £600 off their annual cost of motoring. Since 2012, customers taking the challenge have saved over £1.25 million on the cost of their annual motoring.
95% of customers that took the Savings Challenge since 2012 bought a car with a higher MPG, based on part exchange and new car information.
On average, MPG for customers taking the Savings Challenge since 2012 increased by 22 miles per gallon (for diesel cars) and 13 miles per gallon (for petrol cars).
Through gaining higher MPG, customers taking the Savings Challenge since 2012 have saved over 800,000 litres of fuel. (Calculated using an MPG comparison, annual mileage and approximate fuel savings, based on data provided by customers.)
85% of customers that took the Savings Challenge since 2012 saved on RFL, based on part exchange and new car information.
92% of customers who completed our customer satisfaction interview said they were satisfied. 93% of customers who completed the same survey said they would recommend Arnold Clark to a friend.
At 70 MPG, you could travel 100 miles for £8.77, based on the current average fuel price of 135p. Find out more.
If 43 million people took the Challenge and 87% of them saved £600 a year, this would add up to total savings of over £22 billion a year.
The average MPG on ArnoldClark.com (on 14th June 2013) was 51.7 MPG. At this MPG, 800,000 litres of fuel (175,975 gallons) would take you 9,097,907.5 miles. The moon is roughly 250,000 miles away, so you could travel the distance to the moon over 36 times – or 18 return trips!