Over 70,000 Cars on Fast Growing Used Cars Website

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Usedcartrader.co.uk (http://www.usedcartrader.co.uk) continues to grow at an astounding rate. By offering free adverts to trade and private sellers the site has over 70,000 cars from all over the UK.

Usedcartrader.co.uk (http://www.usedcartrader.co.uk) continues to grow at an astounding rate. By offering free adverts to trade and private sellers, the site has over 70,000 cars from all over the UK. With features such as real-life price guides, providence checking in association with HPI, and car loan comparisons the site is a one stop shop for car hunters.

Usedcartrader.co.uk is very easy to use and much time has been spent on the user experience. Car details pages have multiple, high resolution pictures and expansive descriptions.

There is a specific site for each area of the UK making it easy for car hunters to just see cars in their local area.

Users can also browse used car listings by specific make and model so cars can be directly compared against one an another. With 1,000's of the main makes such as Audi, BMW, Ford, Mercedes and Vauxhall featured on the site, users are able to find exactly the car they are looking for from private or trade sellers.

New listings are added each day from over 1,000 dealers covering all makes and models.

Used Car Trader have analysed the best car insurance deals in the and display the various offerings enabling users to find the best deal at a glance without having to search on lots of other sites to find what's most appropriate for them.

Users can save searches on the site and then go back to them at any point and also list all dealers local to them.

There are many more features to be added in the coming months for both car hunters and motor dealers.

Launched in late 2005 Usedcartrader.co.uk (http://www.usedcartrader.co.uk), is already one of the most visited motors classifieds sites in the UK and with many exciting new features in development it is expected the site will soon be even more successful.

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