How upgrading your OLDER car NOW could SAVE you money!

Are you driving around in a much older car? 

Older cars, particularly those more than 10-15 years old can become increasingly expensive to run. 

As living costs continue to rise, we all need to find ways to save money and reduce our monthly costs.

If you’re driving an older car, the chances are it’s costing you more.

Upgrading your car could save you money on fuel, insurance, maintenance and repairs.

 

Buying a more modern, newer but used vehicle is the best option. Brand new cars will depreciate by around 10-30% as soon as you drive off the forecourt, therefore, opting for a newer, but used vehicle is a more sensible option if you are looking to save money. 

Spending money on upgrading your car right now may seem like an odd choice, particularly if you’re trying to save money! Whilst it may be tempting to stick with your old car, you will likely spend more money on fuel, car tax, maintenance, insurance, MOT and servicing costs.

Newer cars are more fuel efficient and environmentally friendly. You may also find that it will often be cheaper to insure a newer used car than an older one, because:

  • They’re less likely to breakdown
  • They tend to be serviced regularly
  • They almost always have higher safety standards

Small car

If you drive a small car, this 2018 Toyota Aygo 1.0 VVT-i X-Style is a great example of how upgrading can save you money annually.

It is fuel efficient (68MPG), falls into one of the cheapest insurance groups (7E) and is a very cost effective car to run.

Priced at just £9,849 SAVING you £2,031 on new!

 

Medium car

If you drive a medium car, this 2017 Hyundai Ioniq 1.6 GDi Hybrid Premium SE is a great example of how upgrading can save you money annually.

It is fuel efficient (83MPG), falls into one of the lowest insurance groups (11E) and being a hybrid, is a very cost effective car to run.

Priced at just £17,299 SAVING you £6,741 on new, it also has £565 worth of fitted extras included!

 

Large car

If you drive a large car, this 2018 Skoda Octavia 1.6 TDI 115 SE is a great example of how upgrading can save you money annually.

It is fuel efficient (67MPG), falls into a low insurance groups (14E) and is a very cost effective car to run.

Priced at just £12,799 SAVING you £10,131 on new, it also has £575 worth of fitted extras included!

 

SUV

If you drive a SUV, this 2020 Vauxhall Crossland X 1.5 Turbo D 102 Elite Nav is a great example of how upgrading can save you money annually.

It is fuel efficient (61MPG), falls into one of the lowest insurance groups (14E) and is a very cost effective car to run.

Priced at just £16,099 SAVING you £6,921 on new, it also has £315 worth of fitted extras included!

 

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Browse 1000s of quality used cars on our website! Or call into one of our Stores and browse our cars in a hassle free and relaxing environment. All our cars are unlocked for your convenience, so you can view, sit in and get a feel for as many different cars as you like!  Our friendly and helpful team will be on hand to assist you, whenever you need help!