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New name enters superstore arena

A NEW player has arrived on the used car supermarket scene in the form of Maxcar. The company has opened its first store in Park Royal, West London, and is planning to open two more in the London area within the year. Nationwide expansion looks set to follow.

The first superstore is an 80,000sq ft outlet which can hold up to 500 cars - sourced directly from fleets and daily rental companies, as well as from dealers and auctions. It is the latest addition to the fast-expanding world of used car supercentres in the UK, which looks set to grow further with the likes of Car Supermarket and rival CarLand planning to add to their networks of retail sites.

Cars offered by Maxcar are all under four years old - most under two - and have done less then 50,000 miles. All have a full service history, a free AA warranty and are given a 118-point quality check controlled by the AA.

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