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Motors.co.uk extends its network – and hopes to reach younger drivers

Time 6 years ago

motors.co.ukCAR-SEARCH network Motors.co.uk, has extended its network. Just months after launching its partnership with Confused.com, which has seen the car-classifieds site power the search function for the money-saving website’s portal at Carfused.com, Motors.co.uk has now joined with both the FirstCar and CAR Magazine websites.

A key reason for working with FirstCar, says the company, is to provide young drivers with a choice of cars within insurance groups 1-7 to suit their new driver status. The primary benefit for dealer customers is the increased exposure to new drivers and first-time car buyers – and their parents.

CAR Magazine’s website, says Motors.co.uk, is the third most-visited automotive recreation site in the UK. Motors.co.uk says it is an ideal host for its search tool which allows car lovers to choose the exact specification that suits their needs.


Andy Coulthurst

Andy Coulthurst

Andy Coulthurst, managing director of Motors.co.uk, says: ‘These partnerships are a fantastic added benefit for our dealers. The new partnerships coincide with a record level across the Motors.co.uk network and our strong TV spend across Q3. Our existing dealers will benefit from this increased exposure at zero additional cost.’

Motors.co.uk’s existing network includes Confused.com, Sun Motors, Sunday Times Driving, Parkers, HonestJohn, Carsite Network, Autovillage, Desperate Seller, Drive24, Carvillage and more than 300 regional newspapers and classified sites.

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Colin is a former editor of Car Dealer. He left the magazine in August 2015.

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