About Go Green Autos
Hello, my name is Matt West. I trade as Go Green Autos Ltd and specialise in only zero emission, 100% electric vehicles. I'm an long term EV driver and are experienced in retailing a wide variety of EVs over the last two years.
Many customers come to me after finding that other motor dealers, even main agents selling new EVs, don't understand what they are selling and can't answer their questions. They often find the main dealers now less about their EV products then they do and even try to persuade them to purchase a diesel! See the testimonials and reviews from my customers.
Uniquely, electric vehicles from Go Green Autos are supplied with a free loan of a portable charger and free home wall charger installation. This allows you to enjoy your new EV immediately without worries about charging.
I sell quality used electric cars and vans, but occasional get in nearly new vehicles straight from main dealer showrooms. By not having expensive overheads, I don't have to concentrate on volume, so I can afford to spend more time with customers, helping them make the change to electric driving. I guide customers and local businesses through the process switching to electric motoring, from sourcing a vehicle, to arranging the charging equipment. Customers have the same consumer rights buying from Go Green Autos Ltd as they do when buying from a franchised dealer. Go Green Autos Ltd is a VAT registered business with £5M public and products liability insurance with sales and service indemnity.
Local customers have the convenience that I bring vehicles to them, at home or work, at a time to suit them and spend the time explaining the differences in electric motoring. Buying your first electric car is unlike buying a petrol or diesel car. You'll have a mountain of questions to ask and I aim to make it understandable and as easy as possible. I also deliver vehicles all over the country and some have gone to Northern & Southern Ireland and the remote Islands. Because of the effort I put in to the vehicle details on the website and the videos, where I detail the condition and point out things that you'd probably not even notice yourself if you viewed the vehicle, it gives customers the confidence to purchase the vehicles without viewing them first. Most do buy without viewing them, then I delivery the vehicle to them.
All vehicles are carefully selected and HPI checked. Unlike other dealers, I only advertise vehicles that I have purchased and own. The majority of vehicles are one owner, ex-lease vehicles which are still within the manufacturer's warranty. Vehicles are checked, repaired or serviced where necessary and prepared to the highest standard. The reviews on Google and on this website, hopefully reflect how I do business. I want happy customers, who tell their friends and family.
Local service in South Oxfordshire, Wiltshire or Gloucestershire
If you live or work within the blue circle below, I can bring an electric vehicle to you to test drive - either at home or work. Your family or work colleagues can try too. There'll be no pressure or hard sell. I just want as local many people to try electric vehicles and tell their friends and family about the experience.
If you live outside this area, no problem. We can still meet up or you come to me. I have customers nationwide and can delivery vehicles anywhere in mainland UK.
The electric car market
While there are earlier cars, like the G-Wiz and conversion vehicles, 'proper' electric vehicles with lithium-ion batteries have been in the UK since 2010 when Mitsubishi launched the i-MiEV and then in 2011, Nissan launched the Leaf and Renault launched the Kangoo ZE and Fluence ZE. These initially sold in small numbers, so very few early models exist in the used market. In later years sales increased as more manufacturers released electric models. Most new cars are purchased on finance (lease or PCP) on 3 or 4 year period, so these vehicles are now entering in to the used car market at the end of their agreements. So the used electric car market has only really existed for the last couple of years.
To date, the traditional motor trade haven't been interested in stocking electric cars. Often they don't understand them and don't want them on their forecourts. This even applies to main dealers that sell new EV models, particularly battery leased models. Subsequently, used electric cars have been relatively cheap, which is great if you're considering one. Some EVs are now as low as £4,000 , so affordable to many who may not have realised they can benefit from green motoring. However, the demand is growing and prices are rising, so its a good time to buy an EV.