Cars on Demand Bristol located at Henleaze House, Bristol BS9 4PN, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0333 323 2677

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Zhi-huan Guo

1 Google Rating

Best to avoid, higher price with their initial payment compared to other car lease, can not get the

1/ 5

Best to avoid, higher price with their initial payment compared to other car lease, can not get the order right or give you cars differ from your specification, pressure selling.

Jonathan Sedgewick

5 Google Rating

Quick response, Andy and Ashley took time to understand what I needed and made a huge effort to help

5/ 5

Quick response, Andy and Ashley took time to understand what I needed and made a huge effort to help, can't fault them, and will use again when required

Helen Waller

5 Google Rating

These guys are just great - simple process, clear info, use with confidence

5/ 5

These guys are just great - simple process, clear info, use with confidence

Dean Hillier

1 Google Rating

Terrible since Ashley and Andy saw the light and broke away from these idiots - Cars on Demand (who

1/ 5

Terrible since Ashley and Andy saw the light and broke away from these idiots - Cars on Demand (who are operating from Leeds not Bristol) are dishonest, misleading and ought not be allowed to inflict themselves upon the public

UK ARCADES

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

Christopher Koller

1 Google Rating

DON'T DO IT - Seriously. I rented a vehicle for 28 days for roughly £380 - my final invoice £1,362

1/ 5

DON'T DO IT - Seriously. I rented a vehicle for 28 days for roughly £380 - my final invoice £1,362.00. There was general wear and tear on the vehicle upon its return, a chipped light, scratches from getting in and out of the vehicle and a scratch on the underneath of the grill and they refused to cover it with their own insurance or under general wear and tear. For this price go to a reputable 28 day leasing company like Hertz - for the same price with more included in the agreement and worry free, consumer friendly insurance and terms. I escalated this to the commercial director James Birch - he didn't even have the decency to call and discuss the matter, hiding behind email communication only. I read a review similar to mine and I ignored it, thinking it was the consumers fault, or it wouldn't be a major cost, or it wouldn't happen to me - it has now happened to me - seriously do not do business with this company.

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