secondhand car

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Noun1.secondhand car - a car that has been previously owned; not a new car
auto, automobile, car, motorcar, machine - a motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine; "he needs a car to get to work"
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"They didn't even do it very well and the fact that they burnt out a secondhand car shows how mindless it was."
John Challis, 76, who played snobby secondhand car dealer Boycie, tweeted: "Outrageous tickets are being hoovered up and sold at inflated prices.
"Anyone buying a secondhand car should make thorough checks to ensure that the vehicle is showing its true mileage and that its service history and MOT certificate are accurate."
"It has all the credibility of the salesman trying to sell a secondhand car with no tax disc, no log book, no manual and no insurance" - Tory grandee and former deputy Prime minister Lord Heseltine attacks the Government over Brexit.
The global deal was signed about a week ago, but in Pakistan both companies announced the investment on Wednesday, though they did not give any exact investment figure that Pakistan's secondhand car market would get out of the deal.
'The suspects then sold these stolen rims to secondhand car accessory dealers, with the profit split half between the both parties.
Nissan is the favourite secondhand car brand in the North East, with local dealers selling a two-yearold Note for 53 per cent less than its original price when new.
We asked Neil Addley, MD of Trusted Dealers, for his tips on buying a secondhand car...
Quality of work: It is always advisable to get a mechanic to give a secondhand car the once over, especially where it has been repaired.
MORE than half of the people who have bought a secondhand car in the last two years have found it more expensive to run than they expected, according to a governmentbacked body.
Carole (left) could pose daily on the balcony, the troll-faced Pippa sell the family's party tat from the one-time royal mews, while Kate's father opens a secondhand car lot where the guard was changed for years (redundant sentry boxes can become cash-points).
It also traced the fall to secondhand car dealers expanding exports by taking advantage of the weaker yen that raises their price competitiveness overseas.