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I purchased a car via AutoTrader but since buying the car after two weeks the clutch has gone. I was told it will cost me £200. Is there anything I can do, or ask the previous owner to assist?
What is your opinion of online car buying sites who offer substantial savings?
The http://usedcars-shop.com/vehicles website seems to have numerous bargains is it a scam? Although it requires you to pay for a vehicle unseen, it promises free delivery and 3 days in which to reject...
I am buying a new car from an online car dealer. I paid the deposit by credit card. I was told that I will not pay the remainder of the car price until the car is delivered to my home address and I will...
I am considering replacing my current vehicle with a Hyundai i40 Tourer Premium SE Blue Drive (136PS). Although a mouthful to say, I really like the car and the way it drives, but as ever it always comes...
I am considering buying the new Ford Kuga. Have you any experience of buyacar.co.uk based in Chiswick, London. Their deals are very attractive.
I was going to buy a Skoda Fabia Monte (Standard Red with black roof) from Drive the Deal, but when I was going through the process I noticed an option saying 'Special Solid Paint' for an additional £500....
The following is an email I received after posting my car advert on Auto Trader: "I have actually tried to get this kind of car earlier from here but most of the ones I got either have one huge mechanical...
Is it safe to buy from autousedcar.co.uk?
I am currently trying to sell my car on autotrader as I have just obtained a new one and I have been offered the asking price but the story sounds a little strange do you think it is a scam? The following...
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