Perhaps the most valuable resource for anyone looking to buy a car, Parkers Car Price Guide is a definitive and authoritative voice on the worth of a car.
This handily sized publication contains the very latest up-to-date information on quite literally every model and make of car, and for every permutation of age or part-exchange. It is not surprising that this has been the UK’s best selling car price guide since 1972, with absolute wealth of information contained within it. Make sure that you are getting the deal you deserve and not being swindled and bring a copy of Parker’s Car Price guide next time you are buying or selling a car.
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Second–hand cars make a lot of sense to us here at Newsstand. There is certainly a lot to recommend about a new car – the improvement in quality, the joy of owning something never owned by anybody else and so on – but frankly they don’t make a great deal of financial sense. Why buy for full price something that you can get for probably half the cost, only a year or two later?
There are a great deal of bargains out there, and if you are unsure what kind of motor you can get for your moolah, then Parkers Car Price Guide is a really valuable thing to have with you when buying the second-hand car of your dream. If, like a few of us, you are not the most technical of people when it comes to cars, then you might run the risk of being asked to pay over the odds on what you want. A test drive can tell you a lot, but not necessarily actually how much the car is worth.
We recommend that you ditch the overpriced new car, figure out what you can afford, take Parkers Guide with you and go out hunting for a bargain. You might just find that classic you’ve been looking for all these years. We’re sure your wife will be thrilled when you bring home a cut priced jag instead of the family estate you had so dutifully promised. NB