Used cars for £10,000 and under
If you're in the market for a car but don't want to spend a fortune, you might be interested in checking out used cars priced £10,000 or less. Despite the lower price tag, there are plenty of great options available that offer reliability and performance.
Whether you're looking for a compact car, a family-friendly SUV, or anything in between, you'll likely be able to find a used vehicle that fits your needs and budget. Just be sure to do your research and take any potential purchases for a thorough test drive before making a final decision. With a bit of effort, you're sure to find a used car you can feel good about driving without breaking the bank.
If you want to go for a premium model then £10,000 will buy the German techno-perfection of Audi, both its A1 and A3 models will fall into this price range as a used car, as will the globally iconic Volkswagen Golf and Polo. All these cars share exceptional build quality, real drivability, with the added bonus of a premium badge too.
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- 49 Monthly Payments £360
- Total Price £18,530
- Customer Deposit £0
- Amount of Credit £18,530
- Apr 12.9%
- Term 49 months
- Total Amount Payable £25,578
- Fixed Rate of Interest 12.18%
- Annual Mileage 8,000
- Optional Final Payment £8,272
What used car could I get for £10,000?
You could go for a used Peugeot 2008 SUV or how about, insurance premium willing, a fun little VW Up! GTi. For exceptional reliability Honda is the go-to brand with the Jazz and Civic models offering amazing reliability and affordability.
Other Japanese models in this price bracket include the crossover/SUV Nissan Juke and Qashqai, great value for money with a wealth of useful extras.
The only problem with a £10,000 budget is that you could be in danger of simply finding you have too much choice, so drawing up a shortlist of must-have features is vitally important and sticking to that shortlist even more so!