If you really want to save money when buying a new car, stop. Don’t do it in the first place. Instead, buy a nearly new (pre-registered) car. These are brand new in all but name - they may have as few as 20 miles on the clock - but can easily be 20% cheaper, saving you a couple of thousand pounds. Dealers register them to hit sales targets and then sell them on, so you’re the second owner - but don’t worry, just enjoy the saving (and check when the warranty expires).
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