Reasons to Buy a Used rather Than a New Van

The van is the best-selling vehicle in this country, with van registration numbers consistently increasing year on year. They are a great option for businesses of any size and come in a range of options to suit requirements.

Between 2019-20, 82% of privately owned vans were registered as second-hand, with van travel in general growing substantially over the last 25 years. The average mileage per year, per van, averages around 13,000.

Used Van Benefits

Used vans can cost as little as half the price of new ones, making them cost-effective and freeing up finances for other areas of life or business.

Buying used also means that you can often enjoy extras and add-ons that were not included as standard when the vehicle was manufactured. Previous owners may have upgraded their security or made system improvements.

Maintenance is easier with a used van. They do not depreciate as soon as they are driven away from the garage. Even if you buy a used van that requires immediate attention, it is still likely to be more cost-effective than buying a new one. You are not going to immediately lose a large percentage of the vehicle’s value with a used model.

Thinking about the resale value of your vehicle, it is likely that you will recover more financially from a used vehicle, as opposed to a new model that immediately loses value from day one.

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Used Van Sellers

When purchasing a used vehicle from trade, there should be no pressure to buy and the sales team should be armed with a wealth of information so that you can make an informed choice. Always check that the vehicle has an MOT to establish it as roadworthy and that it is offered with a warranty.

For a great selection of used vans for sale Bath, visit a used van specialist such as /

A trusted trade seller will offer a range of small, medium and large vans available for sale which have been HPI checked and come with various finance options for purchase if required.

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