Importing a car is not a simple task. The vehicle’s owner must make arrangements, have proper documentation, and clean the vehicle prior to importing it among other things. We have compiled a list of things that should be dealt with before you bring a foreign car into your native country.
Step 1. Finding a car
Obviously, you cannot import a car without finding one. Identify the Car that you want e.g. Brand name, Year of Manufacture etc. There are various car websites avaiIable for this. You can choose your vehicle from our extensive lists of over 400 vehicles. You can search for a vehicle by the maker, category or model name using our car search system.
How much will I save by using Vehicle Exports for my UK car import?
After all the costs are taken into account you can still expect to save 10-25% off the price of your imported car compared to buying the equivalent model [...]
You just got promoted and your new status needs to be reflected in the way you travel. Alternatively, you have been saving for forever or your business just broke even last month and you are now realising the profits of all your hard work. What better way to reward yourself (or a special someone) than to gift them with a car? Great, so it’s decided, you are getting a “new” car. Question is, will you buy it online or will you go to your local dealership?
Buying a car at a Local Dealership
Each choice comes with its own share of pros and cons, but should you decide to go the Local dealership route here is what to expect.
First and foremost is the ability to physically look at, touch and feel the car. I don’t need to expound on this, it is pretty self-explanatory.You might have to visit only a few dealership locations to [...]
The first thing that comes to mind when most people hear used cars, is probably some old clunky, yellow, metal box of a car and a matching plaid-clad salesman trying their best to rip you off. And while some parts of that do exist, the reality is quite far from it. In fact, there are many used car lots are filled with certified vehicles that look like new. If you go the used car route, as opposed to buying new, you can actually reap a variety of benefits. If you are wondering what said benefits might be, keep reading.
Advantages of used cars. 1. Better Price
“The price gap between the average new and used car is right around $20,000,” according to Joe Wiesenfelder, Cars.com’s Executive Editor. Taking the 2009 Land Rover Range Rover Sport 3.0 TD V6 HSE as an example; a new one would cost you a clean £98,000 while an almost new [...]
The type of fuel your car runs on, among other things, is among the first things to consider in the car-buying process. This is because petrol and diesel cars drive quite differently and some cars are often designed predominantly around either petrol or diesel engines.
According to Wikipedia, a petrol engine (known as a gasoline engine in American English) is an internal combustion engine with spark-ignition, designed to run on petrol (gasoline) and similar volatile fuels. This is in contrast to a diesel engine which Wikipedia refers to as a compression-ignition or CI engine. It is an internal combustion engine in which ignition of the fuel that has been injected into the combustion chamber is caused by the high temperature which a gas achieves when greatly compressed (adiabatic compression).
To help determine which one is most suitable, there are some key points to take into consideration. Some of the determining factors include: