Car buying confidence on the rise


A new survey has shown that, despite the current economic climate, confidence is returning the car buying market in the UK.

The survey, carried out by Sainsbury's bank, shows that the car buying index has seen over 17% more adults in the UK planning on buying a between May and August this year; compared to the same period in 2011. Even though there is an increase, the figures are still lower than seen just over six months ago, giving an inclination that many people have deferred buying or replacing vehicles such as Ford cars for sale until now.

Commenting upon the point highlighting in the survey, the head of Sainsbury's Loans commented, "Our car buying index provides a good indicator of consumer confidence, which seems to have increased since last September. This is helped potentially, by the number of offers and deals available."

So why not visit your nearest Ford car dealership to take advantage of not only their great range of cars and vans, but also their competitive pricing.