Used Car Trading Website Announces Biggest Range After Bumper Summer

September 03, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
September 3, 2010 Used car online exchange has announced a bumper summer season which has seen it now offer more used cars online to UK consumers than ever before. The site, which is home to a used car search engine and comparison service, expanded its range over the summer and now offers an amazing choice of vehicles all over the country.

Buyers are able to look for a used car via auction or direct from its owner. has been getting consumers great value cheap car sales since its launch in 2004. Buyers are able to tailor their used car search by make and model of car, maximum and minimum price, fuel and transmission type, mileage and age of vehicle or, something that is a consideration for many, geographical distance from their home. operates a fully customizable and exact car buying search engine, and any people who want to list used cars for sale don't pay anything to sell their car. Registering on the website is painless and as a seller on the site, the car owner can promote the car to thousands of bidders throughout the nation.

George Thurston, spokesman for, said, "It's been a fine summer for us here and we're now able to offer people more used cars than ever before. Our search and comparison engine make finding and buying a used car easier than ever."

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ASAP Ventures now operates four offices - three in the UK and one in Australia.

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