So, could Cazoo take the hassle out of buying a used car and save you money in the process?
There’s no question that second-hand car hunting can be time-consuming, and consumers can spend even more time traipsing around garages and taking test drives, along with trying to haggle down the price and save some cash.
On top of the time factor, shopping around can be a costly process, especially if you’re travelling some distance to see several sets of prospective wheels or, worse still, get ripped off.
With Cazoo, the whole car-buying process is online.
The site’s easy to use and you can search its database (which are all owned by Cazoo), for makes, models and prices and read up on the features and service history of all vehicles, and there are lots of photos so you can see what you’re buying.
It has all the usual filters you’d expect, such as year, model, emissions and so on.
It’s worth noting they only have around 1,700 vehicles to choose from – Evans Halshaw has more than 20,000 and Auto Trader more still – but that number will presumably grow over time.
Prices are fixed, so there’s no need (or opportunity) to haggle.
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