The redundancies are part of a $80 million cost-saving exercise worldwide.
An additional 40 people remain as the interface for operations between UK and India.
Experian said it was not a downsizing, only a re-engineering of its set up, which will create more flexibility.
Peter Brooker, Experian public affairs director, said: “The only difference this will make to the automotive industry is more new and better products coming to the market in a quicker timeframe.”
The company has recently put its American price-comparison website Pricegrabber up for sale, less than three years after if paid almost $500m for the online firm.