A great new way to buy or sell a car

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It’s never been easier to buy or sell a car with the Northants Telegraph.

The Telegraph has launched a new-look online motors section on our website – why not take a look?.

The new site, which is powered by Motors.co.uk, enables users to search a database of more than 160,000 live cars for sale.

Motor dealers can advertise their vehicles for sale on both the Telegraph site and the motors.co.uk network, as well as taking advantage of a number of online display advertising opportunities to promote their business and brand.

With more than 10 million visitors a month, Johnston Press (publishers of the Telegraph) operates the largest online regional newspaper network in the UK.

This audience coupled to the Motors.co.uk network gives motor dealers an unrivalled opportunity to promote their business and car stock in their local market.

Digital & Business Development Director at Johnston Press Henry Faure Walker said: “We are delighted to be working with Motors.co.uk on delivering this great new motors site for our local audience.

“This new platform forms another step in our strategy to deliver highly engaged, local website portals across all of our markets and provide first class digital marketing platforms for local advertisers.”

Commercial director at Motors.co.uk Phill Jones added: “Following the relaunch of the new Motors.co.uk website last year, we are delighted to be able to support Johnston Press with its own development programme.

“In the past few years, the Motors.co.uk network has expanded to reach in excess of 50 per cent of the UK population each week and our regional partnerships with organisations like Johnston Press are integral to the growth of Motors.co.uk over the coming years.

“Our core focus is on delivering high quality, cost effective response for our advertising dealers. 
“We are investing in both our network and our product offering to continue to deliver improvements to customers in line with technological developments such as mobile web and rapid browsing.”