Sep 17 2019

Used Cars London, Second Hand Cars London – Used Car Sales Surrey, second hand cars in london.

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We take great pride in the reputation that we have achieved, a reputation that has been earned by selling high quality used vehicles to our clients across London, Surrey and the UK, always presented to the very highest possible standard and backed up by the most comprehensive after sales service found anywhere.

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Stories From Our blog

This is where you’ll find useful information on the car buying process that we’ve learned and collected over the years – advice that isn’t always easy to come by. There’s loads of useful articles, stories, news and advice that will help make the journey to choosing your next used car simple, easy and enjoyable.

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Talk to us about one of our cars

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What should you know about buying a car

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Helpful stuff about buying a car

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Insider secrets about buying a car

FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

The internet is great, but when you are really interested in a vehicle, there’s only one way to find out all the details – speaking to the people who know.

Speaking to one of our friendly, knowledgeable advisors is the best way to get all the information that you need whether it be about the car’s condition, it’s suitability for your needs, finance arrangements, warranty or anything else that is important to you. The more time you spend on the phone or in person with our team, they better they will be able to understand your requirements and make valuable recommendations – even on some things you may not have thought about!

To get in touch, just call us on 020 8688 8086 or 208 680 9460 for our Croydon branches or 020 7733 7395 for Clapham branch.

FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

The car buying process is getting better and more enjoyable for consumers as more car dealers realise that good cars and good service is the only way they are going to get good customers! Times have definitely changed since the days of Arthur Daley – and if you can’t remember him, lucky you, Google him! So, our advice:

1. Be open minded. Not all car salesman are just after your money – some (like ours) will offer genuinely useful advice

2. OK – on the flip side, there are plenty of sharp operators out there. Trust your instinct – if a deal or a car sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

3. Spend time researching. After all, that’s what the internet is for.

4. Get feedback on dealers and cars from friends and family. There are a lot of review sites that will also now help you research, giving genuine reviews and feedback. Feel free to check out our customer reviews and feedback on Feefo.

As always, if you want to ask us a question directly about one of our cars, finance, or just want some advice? Our team are always available to help you.

FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

There are lots of helpful sources of information when it comes to car buying – especially the pre-owned variety. This is where we’ll show what other resources are worth exploring.

1. What Car? This is a great independent source of information. Worth buying a just one copy as there are so many handy reviews.

2. Auto Trader. Everyone is familiar with Auto Trader – there are over 350,000 cars for sale online, so if you can’t find a car there.

It will give you an idea of what’s available and pricing. What it won’t do is give you hands on advice on the individual cars for sale and their condition.

3. The RAC. One of Britaian’s best know and best loved motoring organisations, the RAC has the motorists’ best interests at heart. Loads of resources and products for car buyers here.

FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

Generally speaking, car buying has got a lot easier for the consumer since the dawn of the internet age. We can spend valuable time online researching and familiarising ourselves with what to look out for and what to expect. However, more time online has meant less time in the showroom for a vast majority of buyers, and that means that a few tricks get missed – but we’re here to let you know what they are. We’ll share our experience with you, so you can understand how the car buying process works and what tips and tricks some dealers use to make their lives easier. If you want to find out more, check out the menu on the left and click on the headings that interest you to find out more. As always, if you need to talk to someone about finance, have seen a car that you like or just want some advice? Our team are always available to help you .

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