Our Location
Totteridge Road Baptist Church is located in Enfield, North London.  It situated within a quarter of a mile inside the M25 in the North East of Enfield and ten minutes from the local train stations "Turkey Street" or "Enfield Lock", which are on the Liverpool Street line. local buses are 279 and 121.

Used Car Sales for Enfield

How did we ever manage without these location focused used car websites. These are the best that we have found to help you find second hand cars around Enfield and Middlesex

They are all preconfigured with their cars automatically focused on your location. All the major brands - listed by distance from EN3. Find a Ford, VW, Vauxhall, Mercedes, Renault, Toyota, Peugeot, BMW, Audi, Honda, Land Rover, Nissan.
The first and still one of the best Used Car Sales websites. There are lots of new and used cars for you to see around Enfield and Middlesex

You can of course sell your car through the site!

Excellent video full of Car Buying Hints and Tips

As good as Ebay but cooler - with no bidding of course!
An excellent new generation car website with lots of cars with 30 miles of Enfield
EBAYCrop.jpgThe Ebay car site is fast, clear, intuitive and shows cars in miles away from your location. It has to be one of the best - especially if you like bidding for things!

Go and see New and Used Cars for Sale around Enfield

City Cars

60-62 High St, Enfield EN3 4ER, UK – 020 8804 0433

What can I say ?? Drove from Kent to view a car I had seen online... showroom is immaculate, great stock of quality cars and even if you compare prices on one of the online trading sites they themselves independently list them as " great price" compared to the market. Staff were approachable, NOT pushy and extremely friendly. There was a tiny hiccup in my paperwork but true to his word Jay had it dealt with the following day ( as I purchased on a Sunday ), called me as promised and everything posted. Highly, highly, HIGHLY recommend :)

DARIN AUTOS LIMITED

651 Hertford Rd, Enfield EN3 6ND, UK – 07865 379363

I bought a car from Darin autos 5 months ago, it is a good quality car, price was reasonable, I got free 2 years warranty with no excess and cover parts & labour. I forgot to take service history book, I live far away from Darin autos, the owner was kind enough to pay for the postage& he sent it to me. Thanks guys

Nice people to do business with, I bought a Range Rover 7 months ago,they gave me 2 years free warranty parts&labour. I called them to send me the service history book, they sent to me. Thanks for everything.

Motorpoint Chingford

Lea Valley Rd, London E4 7PX, UK – 020 3595 4040

Bought my self a shinny new wheels from here. Staffs are brilliant and friendly, not so time punctual though. Lovely clean environment with clean cars. You can never go wrong if you get a car here. Just bear in mind if you need to finance a car you'll have to bring with you a UK passport or full UK driving licence or else you'll have to return home empty handed. However this is not their fault it's kind of the way the rules have laid out by the government.

Reading other reviews on here it's clear to see if you go in and your appointment goes without a glitch you are OK. The trouble starts if there is a mix up or you get lost in the system so here goes mine: At the beginning the process was pain free, I was introduced to Motorpoint by a friend via Cameron and eventually Kurt helped me get the right finance and car to suit my needs. However once I got to the Depot in Chingford things got a bit confusing. There is no consistency, some agents are very helpful and some are downright rude and ignorant. Strong customer service and diversity training needed. As I sat there for close to an hour the same ignorant staff behaved differently with various pple depending on whatever. The entrance was not well sign posted so the first agent I came into contact with ignored me as I made attempts to ask. I then got approached by a very polite and helpful chap who checked me in and was very apologetic, the tall dark gentleman at the front desk; 5 stars to the lady in the canteen she treated everyone with courtesy and respect. I waited for close to an hour (so much activity going on around me, tried to catch someone's eye but when I did he was clearly irritated I was sitting by his desk, told me to move to the canteen area someone would come for me no one did until the hour was almost up, I did approach the front desk again by the way) apparently someone in sales was supposed to pick me up but hadn't. The guy at the front desk was very apologetic. Finally Sarah sorted things out for me. I understand buying a car is a complicated process but they have simplified the administration side of things. I don't know what it's like at other depots but 5 stars for front desk and canteen staff; 4 stars for admin and no pressure selling; 3 stars all together BECAUSE some front line staff let your business down.

What are you rights when your buy a used car?
The Citizen's Advice Bureau have an excellent and comprehensive section on their website. If you find something wrong after purchasing a used car It’s worth knowing that you’ll still have legal rights even if you don’t do the proper checks. If there’s something wrong with your used car you may have a legal right to a repair or some or all of your money back.

Make sure a trader is trustworthy
If you’re buying from a trader look for an established firm with links to trade associations like the Retail Motor Industry Federation or a sign that says they follow The Motor Ombudsman's code of practice look for a trader with cars inspected by an independent engineer or motoring organisations.

Buying from an auction
Auctions are the riskiest way of buying a used car as you probably won’t have the legal protection that you have buying through a trader. Ensure that you read the auction house’s T and Cs before buying a car.

Check a car’s history

Check the car’s details with the DVLA
  • Ask the seller for the car’s registration number
  • MOT test number
  • mileage
  • make and model
Use the DVLA’s free online vehicle information checker to make sure what the seller tells you matches the DVLA’s records.

Check the MOT and history
You should check that MOT tests have been done regularly throughout the car’s history. Check this on GOV.UK. This is a free service.

Get a private history check.
These will cost up to £20 – but they can be worth it! This will give you valuable information about serious problems the car might have including if:
the car has been stolen
the seller still owes money on the car
the car has been in a serious accident
the car is showing the correct mileage
the car has been written off

Inspect the car and take a test drive
You should arrange to view the car in daylight, preferably when it’s dry - it’s harder to spot damage to the car if it’s wet. It’s a good idea to meet at a private seller’s house so that if something goes wrong after you’ve bought the car, you’ll have a record of their address.

The AA has a useful checklist for what to look out for when inspecting a used car and its paperwork. Make sure you ask about the car’s service history.

Always take the car for a test drive.
Drive for at least 15 minutes on different types of road. The AA has a checklist for what to look out for when taking a test drive. If you’re still not sure - get an independent report
However, you can go a step further and get an independent report on the car. This will give you detailed information about the car’s condition and will cost around £100 to £200 an are available from motoring organisations like the AA

The Motor Ombudsman - Call 0345 241 3008