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Announcing our Partnership with What Car? MagazineBack

What Car? Approved UsedWe’re pleased to announce our new partnership with What Car? as the supplier for What Car? Approved Used.

For consumers this is an important new development in buying used cars, as it strengthens the marker presence of the 10 Points of Difference – making What Car? and Trusted Dealers among the safest places to buy a used car.

What Car? will be using to offer their used car stock to consumers. Cars offered for sale through will be listed on and will be given exclusive use of What Car? Approved Used branding to use throughout their dealership as well as in their marketing communications, and beyond.

What Car? publishing director Andrew Golby said:

“We have thought long and hard about how we can add value and reassurance to the used car market. We’ve chosen to work with some of the UK’s best dealers, whose focus upon quality and customer service hits the benchmark that all vehicle retailers should aspire to. We feel confident that What Car? joining forces with Trusted Dealers, a company that has extremely high standards, will offer more confidence to used car buyers making a purchase through the scheme.

“The partnership will give dealers additional marketing support and provide used car customers the reassurance they are buying from a dealer that is honest, trustworthy and has their best interests at heart.”

Neil Addley, managing director of Trusted Dealers, agreed, saying:

“We’re pleased that Trusted Dealers has been selected as the ideal partner for What Car?. We launched 18 months ago and have tried to lead the way in creating clear, common standards for consumers and in turn sales opportunities for our members. We are confident that the values and awareness associated with What Car? will help consumers find the safest place to buy a car online.

“Consumers buying a car from a What Car? Approved Used dealership are assured that they are buying a car from a trusted dealer that offers by far the most safe and reliable way of buying a used car in the UK.”

In order to become a Trusted Dealer and benefit from the What Car? Approved Used banner, every dealer signs up to the ‘10 Points of Difference’ charter for every car they market, undertaking to:

Trusted Dealers is a unique used car website that, unlike other classified advertising sites, is owned by the advertisers, the dealers. For consumers, buying from a Trusted Dealer is the best way to guarantee peace of mind when buying a used car because it offers protection from clocked, stolen or damaged cars.

For more information and press enquiries, please see our contact page.

Posted by Paul Carpenter on 14/11/2012