Written on: 10/02/2006 by goldthorp
Lots of space to put all the details about the car if you are selling. Buying usually plenty of choice and you can arrange to be emailed when a type of car you are looking for is listed.
A bit time consuming to fill in the selling form. Also people often don't bid until the last minute, or want to know the reserve etc. Answer to that is have no reserve and a starting price that you would sell the car at.
I have bought and sold cars on Ebay Motors UK. Buying I have always got in touch with the seller and actually gone and viewed the car first. Selling, sold one within 24hours on a sensible 'buy it now' price. Another didn't sell on the site, but the eventual buyer had seen it advertised on ebay.
I don't find navigation around the site a problem.
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