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Used Car Sales for Hyton

How did we ever manage without these location focused used car websites. These are the best that we have found to help you find second hand cars around Hyton and Lancashire

They are all preconfigured with their cars automatically focused on your location. All the major brands - listed by distance from L36. Find a Ford, VW, Vauxhall, Mercedes, Renault, Toyota, Peugeot, BMW, Audi, Honda, Land Rover, Nissan.
The first and still one of the best Used Car Sales websites. There are lots of new and used cars for you to see around Hyton and Lancashire

You can of course sell your car through the site!

Excellent video full of Car Buying Hints and Tips

As good as Ebay but cooler - with no bidding of course!
An excellent new generation car website with lots of cars with 30 miles of Hyton
EBAYCrop.jpgThe Ebay car site is fast, clear, intuitive and shows cars in miles away from your location. It has to be one of the best - especially if you like bidding for things!

Go and see New and Used Cars for Sale around Hyton

Chritel Car Sales

Fincham Road, Liverpool L14 9NH, UK – 07429 075330

Came here to buy a car. We found the best one. Definitely recommended

Peoples Ford Prescot

Bridge Rd, Liverpool, Prescot L34 5TD, UK – 0151 203 8310

Great service from the full team! I went in on multiple occasions and spoke to numerous members of the team who eventually sourced me exactly what I wanted and tailored everything to my needs. Jack O’Brien especially needs acknowledgement for his relatable, down to earth approach and making me feel at ease every stage of the purchase! He made sure I was aware of all the added extras but didn’t put any form pressure on the situation which is usually the case when buying a vehicle. Jack made sure I was updated regularly on the progress of my vehicles collection date and has also contacted to see how things are going! I Will definitely be recommending Jack at Peoples Prescot to my friends and family who need help in the future!

My girlfriend Natalie was looking for a used Fiesta red with black wheels, but left with a brand new st line fiesta with an amazing deal from Marvin. Marvin was a great help and such a lovely guy to talk to. The most friendly car sales man you’ll ever meet. Couldn’t do enough for her and went above and beyond for her to get her a dream car for a young driver.

What are you rights when your buy a used car?
The Citizen's Advice Bureau have an excellent and comprehensive section on their website. If you find something wrong after purchasing a used car It’s worth knowing that you’ll still have legal rights even if you don’t do the proper checks. If there’s something wrong with your used car you may have a legal right to a repair or some or all of your money back.

Make sure a trader is trustworthy
If you’re buying from a trader look for an established firm with links to trade associations like the Retail Motor Industry Federation or a sign that says they follow The Motor Ombudsman's code of practice look for a trader with cars inspected by an independent engineer or motoring organisations.

Buying from an auction
Auctions are the riskiest way of buying a used car as you probably won’t have the legal protection that you have buying through a trader. Ensure that you read the auction house’s T and Cs before buying a car.

Check a car’s history

Check the car’s details with the DVLA
  • Ask the seller for the car’s registration number
  • MOT test number
  • mileage
  • make and model
Use the DVLA’s free online vehicle information checker to make sure what the seller tells you matches the DVLA’s records.

Check the MOT and history
You should check that MOT tests have been done regularly throughout the car’s history. Check this on GOV.UK. This is a free service.

Get a private history check.
These will cost up to £20 – but they can be worth it! This will give you valuable information about serious problems the car might have including if:
the car has been stolen
the seller still owes money on the car
the car has been in a serious accident
the car is showing the correct mileage
the car has been written off

Inspect the car and take a test drive
You should arrange to view the car in daylight, preferably when it’s dry - it’s harder to spot damage to the car if it’s wet. It’s a good idea to meet at a private seller’s house so that if something goes wrong after you’ve bought the car, you’ll have a record of their address.

The AA has a useful checklist for what to look out for when inspecting a used car and its paperwork. Make sure you ask about the car’s service history.

Always take the car for a test drive.
Drive for at least 15 minutes on different types of road. The AA has a checklist for what to look out for when taking a test drive. If you’re still not sure - get an independent report
However, you can go a step further and get an independent report on the car. This will give you detailed information about the car’s condition and will cost around £100 to £200 an are available from motoring organisations like the AA

The Motor Ombudsman - Call 0345 241 3008


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