Not everyone has the cash-flow to buy new cars and second hand ones are the best way to get a great car within your price range.
With that in mind, it could be worth looking at some of the best used cars around. Here are the top three second hand cars that hold their value well;
According to Auto Express, the BMW 3-Series tops the charts as the best buy for second hand cars. The powerful vehicles are fuel-efficient and even the 2005 models don’t look out of date yet. They tend to have good service histories, giving extra confidence and more reliability.
The Hyundai i10 could be a great little city car, ideal for zooming down the streets and finding smaller parking spaces. The car is between £5,000 and £8,000 a year, and is built to last. The five year unlimited mileage warranty can be transferred from owner to owner as well. However, this model is fairly new and second hand ones may not be that common.
If you’re in need of a new family car, the Ford Mondeo could be the answer. The Mondeo is a particularly popular vehicle in the UK and is also widely available. It also comes at a reasonable price as well, as low as £7,000 in some cases. The new style Mondeo is only three years old, however, there are many within this range.
However, buying a second hand car can be time consuming and stressful. The last thing you want to do is end up forking out cash for an unreliable car.
Not only would you be faced with transport issues, but the process of consistently fixing your newly bought car could be extremely expensive. If you don’t have breakdown insurance, this could become even more costly as the price of emergency callouts can be extortionate.Back to top