Last few months, the dealers faced a lot of troubles as they were unable to interact with the customers smoothly. But, things are changing now. The market’s situation is a lot better then what it was before. The dealers who have the in-demand stock are making good progress.
That’s because, they are car dealers, but we are not, so we should look for the slow-selling vehicles the dealers are not interested in buying or selling. Small size vehicles are not quite in demand like they used to be, even the vehicles like the Vauxhall Corsa VXR.
We came across a 2008 1.6 Turbo VXR, the prices for which was £2300. It’s quite an attractive price. The vehicle’s mileage was over 100k and it had a recent service history.
The first-time drivers are more likely to get less-hot vehicles before they are ready to move to something like VXR. But, it shouldn’t be a problem for them, as they are many vehicles first-timers can get. For example, 2004 Peugeot 206 1.4 Fever special edition, which is not highly unaffordable. The vehicle we saw had a mileage below 89k and it was up for £894. The vehicle has five owners before, but it’s nothing to worry about, at least for a while, as it had full year’s worth of MOT.
Another vehicle that we almost bought was the Audi A4 Cabriolet. The Audi Cabrio is a classic car to own and to get around in. Even though the car is 16 years old, it would still make you feel good when you drive it. The red leather interior, alloy wheels, and wind deflector are some of the mentionable features.
One of my friends bought a BMW 728i. He told me he was looking for a Jag XJ for a road trip to celebrate its birthday. He had seen BMW 728i before but was not interested, later he was offered the car through a friend and he bought it for £ 650. Furthermore, he had to postpone the road trip, as the vehicle needed a little work, but he enjoying it since then.