Sunday 25th June 2017,

Students Urged to Shop Around When Buying Their First Vehicle

Students Urged to Shop Around When Buying Their First Vehicle
With the effects of Brexit already being felt around the nation, used car dealers MotorParks have been quick to urge students across the UK to think carefully when purchasing their next vehicle. For many of the younger students out there, this could be their very first purchase and there are more options available than ever before.

Although a brand new car, whether through finance or outright, can be a more attractive proposition, this is not always feasible and site such as motorparks.co.uk can make things a lot easier and perhaps more crucially, cheaper, for younger car buyers.

Established Brands…

Indeed, used cars from established manufacturers such as Ford and Mazda can be an excellent choice for the student demographic due to their quality and the fact that this frees up valuable cash for the more important purchases such as books, clothes and of course….beer.

With the new academic year just around the corner and many students likely to be embarking on some long journeys, there may never have been a better time to consider streamlining your transport choices and saving some real cash. Opting for a quality used car instead of your current vehicle could even represent a step up from your current car at the same time as saving some real cash!

Streamline Your Finances…

So, if you are currently in the process of trying to organise your finances and work out where you can save money in preparation for the start of University, looking at your choice of car could be an extremely prudent move. You could look to choose a car that will be lot more economical to run than your current vehicle, especially if you are moving to a Uni that is far from home – or perhaps an upgrade is on the cards?

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