New car prices are rising for a number of reasons – rising material and energy costs, supply chain constraints and higher trim levels – plus most buyers have to wait months between placing an order and delivery due to severely delayed production schedules.
The used car market can offer a welcome change. There are budget-friendly ‘pre-loved’ alternatives to every new car put up for sale, so you could buy a gem for a fraction of the price, and in a fraction of the time it would take to get a factory-owned car. – fresh model. But a knock-on effect of more expensive new cars is – you guessed it – greater demand and higher prices for used cars. So you need to be extra fast and extra careful when browsing the ads.
We’ve put together a list of 10 cars in each of the most popular segments on the market, with prices ranging from £500 to £500,000, to showcase the range and inspire you to get into a used car if you fancy it. change. Choose…
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