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Discover how Volvo Selekt can take the stress out of buying a secondhand car (sponsored)

Worried about buying used? We show one couple how the Volvo Selekt Approved Used Car programme is the perfect way to buy a secondhand car

Shopping for a used car can be a daunting prospect for a lot of buyers. Concerns about service records, the car’s history or possible issues cropping up that won’t be taken care of by a warranty are enough to put many off the idea entirely. Even if the price looks good now, will there be big bills further down the line?

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Potential secondhand car buyers Fay and Charlie were asking just these questions. They wanted a stylish car that wasn’t too large, but with space for weekend trips with friends and the occasional holiday. They were looking at used cars due to their budget, but were also determined to find something featuring the latest safety and in-car technology systems.

We had the perfect car for Fay and Charlie in mind, as well as the perfect way to buy it. The Volvo Selekt Approved Used Car programme gives added peace of mind when buying a used car. Find out more about the programme, as well as the car we suggested for Fay and Charlie, by watching the video.

Find out more about the Volvo Selekt Approved Used Car programme.

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