Central Car Auctions is Scotland's largest indoor car auction. For an unbeatable range and choice of great value, top quality vehicles, you've come to the right place. We auction over 1400 cars every week, and we've 100s for under £3000.
Whether you're a trade or private customer, we're Scotland's definitive destination for buying and selling vehicles. And we're here to assist every step of the way. We'll help find you the best possible price, quickly and easily and with the least amount of hassle.
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One of the very first things that potential auction buyers of used and nearly new cars do is to check that prospective vehicle’s service history. So it is crucial that if you are considering selling your car through an auction – which can help it attract an even better price – that you offer as much of its history as possible.
Scotland is a great place to go driving, with plenty of room to stretch your motoring legs, some simply stunning roads and some blissful scenery in which to unwind once you’ve had your driving fun. Few places can claim such empty and enticing roads and if you’ve got the urge to really go for a drive, there are few places that can beat Scotland. Here are two inspirational routes.
The Audi A6 executive saloon can quite easily be overlooked by many people as a potential used car purchase, as considering its high price when new, many average buyers would expect it to be likely too expensive to be within their price range. But, you might just be surprised as to how much Audi you can get for your money.
The new 208 GTI is the first proper hot hatch that we’ve seen from the brand for sometime. It’s true that in the depths of the economic crisis, most mainstream automotive manufacturers did ere on the side of caution with their new car designs, but, to be frank, the Peugeots of late have been downright boring. Well, the 200bhp 208 GTI that arrives on driveways this May looks to set this yawn-worthy record straight.
First things first; we must give the Ford Focus its due credit. Last year, it became the world’s top-selling car of the year, outstripping the long time number one: the Toyota Corolla. With nearly 750,000 sales around the world – 83,000 of which took place in the UK – in 2012, the Ford Focus must be doing something right.
Citroen has been at the forefront of the global automotive industry for almost a century and in that time it has produced thousands of cars that have met the needs of drivers spanning a range of interests and budgets. While you can be confident of finding a Citroen car right for you, no matter what your current requirements may be, it's important to spend a little time researching what options are available to you.
There are several ways to sell your car, and the one you choose will depend on how much effort you want to put into the sale yourself, as well as the extent of your desire to get the best price possible. Read on if you need some help deciding on a particular channel for selling your motor.
With the forthcoming winter meaning conditions set to become challenging for drivers, it's important to make sure the car you drive can tackle whatever the weather throws at you. If you're worried your present model won't cope in the snow and will struggle if it goes off-road, now is a good time to look at getting a new vehicle. You might find 4x4s prove to be a particularly good choice.
If you are searching for a car that combines looks with performance, you ought to consider the models Volkswagen has on offer. While the German manufacturer has produced a wide range of automobile over the years and provides something suitable for drivers across all needs and budgets, the Passat is a particularly good choice.
There are so many things to think about when buying a car, that it is not something you ought to rush into. One of the most fundamental decisions you'll need to make, however, is figuring out whether you want a vehicle that runs on petrol or diesel. Both these forms of fuel have their own advantages, so it is an area you'll need to give careful consideration to.
Although driving a car, by its very nature, produces harmful emissions, there are many ways motorists can reduce the impact they have on the environment. To discover more about how you can become an eco-friendly driver and lower your carbon footprint, read on.
Ever since its launch some 20 years ago, the Ford Mondeo has long been a popular option among British drivers. With the vehicle not only providing plenty of performance but also a comfortable ride, it is perhaps of little surprise that it has been much coveted among all kinds of motorists and won a string of awards.
Reliability, practicality and safety are the key things to look out for when it comes to choosing a new family car. One brand that has all of this in spades is BMW. Check out our guide to see which three models are particularly ideal for families.
Whether you are after a nippy car for the morning commute or want something capable of driving off-road, when it comes to Ford cars, you'll be buying into a well-respected brand. The company has been one of the world's leading motor manufacturers for decades, producing an array of vehicles synonymous with style, reliability and performance.
Attending a car auction is a great way to get your hands on a top-quality car for a competitive price. If you're lucky, you could end up purchasing a model for significantly less than it would cost if you were buying the same vehicle from a traditional dealership. However, it's important to act with caution when buying cars at auction.