London City, London (PRWEB) January 23, 2008
If you own a car trading company or you are a private individual trying to sell your car, xwheeler.co.uk could save you a lot of money from your Advertising budget
xwheeler.co.uk is the latest website to hit the internet with a brand new service aimed at car sellers and buyers in the United Kingdom. The site has seen tremendous growth in just a few weeks of launch In terms of traffic, apart from allowing the users to post advertisements for used cars for free, xwheeler.co.uk has articles with information about topics such as "how to sell your used car" and "how to buy a used car" and so many other resources for the UK car enthusiast. There is a dedicated web discussion forum to talk about trends and current affairs and almost anything about the UK motoring scene.
Registration with the website is completely free and there is no catch involved at all. Private individuals as well as trading companies can truly utilize the services and sell their used cars online for absolutely no fee. Since buyers can compare cars from many regions in the UK and can effectively select the most cost saving used car by using the advanced search engine, it can surely save the end consumer a lot of cash. Trading companies and private sellers who are trying to sell their cars as quickly as they can will be able to benefit a lot, because the advertisements are viewed by a growing national audience.
In an interview, Marketing Executive of xwheeler.co.uk, Mike Dawson, was saying, "Our services are free for all, whether it's a trading company or a private individual it doesn't matter, we have taken this approach to spread our internet presence as fast as we could, within a few weeks we have received so many hits from UK as well as other countries and regions, we are continuously trying to improve the user experience on our site and have plans to upgrade our services to the web 2.0 standards in the coming months, further more we are planning to continue with the 'free for all' service approach for a long time to come."