TC Harrison Ford - The Used Car Dealer You Can Trust

We are a trusted family-owned business of nearly 85 years

Friendly, efficient service has, and always will be, the companies central belief. TC Harrison was founded in 1931 by Thomas 'Cuth' Harrison whose vision was to create a friendly, welcoming experience for customers that reflected the traditional values he held. This is still upheld by the Harrison family, who still own and run the company to this day.

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TC Harrison Ford
Ford Aftersales

We won't just sell you a car

We'll care for it with our full aftersales service, including servicing and MOTs. Whenever you and your Ford model need support, the team at TC Harrison is here to help. Our on-site service centres have state-of-the-art facilities, enabling us to quickly spot, identify and fix any issues with your vehicle. From needing new tyres or Ford performance, to minor bumps or full accident repair, bringing your Ford to us guarantees that it is in the best possible hands.

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You can browse at your leisure

At TC Harrison, we stock a huge range of used cars to suit all your needs. Browse them on our website or at any of our attractive purpose-built dealerships, we consistently have over 500 used cars in group stock, including Ford Direct Cars - which are prepared and guaranteed by Ford. All of our pre-owned models come at a great price and are fully tested for your piece of mind. Our full stock of approved used models can be found on this page for you to browse and compare. If you have a particular car in mind, simply use the search form to narrow down your options or contact us if you can't find what you are looking for.

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Used Ford Cars

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Finance Options

We offer a full range of finance options

We have finance managers at each of our dealerships who are fully qualified to talk to you about different finance options, who we use for finance and how you can apply for finance.

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