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Ford: A trusted industry name for more than a century, Ford has established a reputation for its well-made, economic and practical cars. They’re great value used cars and are relatively cheap to maintain, so whether you choose to sell yours on after a few years or keep it running as it ages, your wallet won’t be hit hard.
Vauxhall: Vauxhalls are known for having real value for money, especially on the used market. They’re good to drive also, so can catch their more expensive rivals in terms of the amount of fun you can have on the roads.
Nissan: Across the range as a whole, Nissan has pretty much got every base covered. The Micra is well-priced and compact, the Juke is stylish and nimble, and the Qashqai is rugged. The Nissan GTR is a zippy sports car that can hold its own in terms of power and looks.
Peugeot: Today’s range of Peugeots perfectly combine reliability with affordability. Whether you’re looking for an MPV with enough space for the whole family or a sporty coupe, there’s a used Peugeot for you.
Volkswagen: Volkswagen translates as ‘people’s car’, and this car brand, which has always strived to combine famed German engineering and practicality with stylish looks, has certainly lived up to its name!
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Ford Fiesta: Fiestas are many things: good value, robustly made, reliable and cheap to run, they also drive well and look sharp. When you get a Ford Fiesta, you’re not just buying a car; you’re buying almost 40 years’ worth of development and innovation. Tweaked and sculpted to perfection, today’s Fiesta does a whole host of things better than a lot of others in its class.
Ford Focus: A Focus is the perfect car for any family, couple or single professional who wants something simple and comfortable, while also being fun to drive, whether in the centre of town or on the motorways. It’s reliable as well as cheap to service and insure.
Vauxhall Corsa: Mainly intended for sensible people to do sensible things in, you’ll get good fuel economy and should see a low tax bill, all without feeling like you’ve sacrificed on quality and value, where it performs admirably.
Vauxhall Astra: It’s good looking and well made. Mostly bought new as a five-door, chances are that you’ll be able to find one of those reasonably-priced with ease on the second-hand market, which makes your life easier if you have kids
Nissan Qashqai: If you’re after a car that’s just as confident on a motorway as it is on a winding country lane, the Qashqai fits the bill. Its popularity is down to its stylishness and reliability – stemming from a great build quality – while it also has surprisingly good fuel economy if you opt for a diesel model.
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