Posted: Thu 24th Aug 2023

Webuyanycar opens new branch at Wrexham Morrisons for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Aug 24th, 2023

One of the UK’s leading car buying services has opened new branch in Wrexham.

Webuyanycar has opened Wrexham Morrisons, Ruthin Road, providing better access for local customers and meeting increasing demand from motorists looking for a fast and simple way to sell their car.

The company operates over 500 local branches nationwide, where its experts finalise purchases from car owners who have secured a free, no obligation valuation for their motor via the webuyanycar website in less than 30 seconds.

Richard Evans, Head of Technical Services at webuyanycar, said: “Our latest opening in Wrexham is testament to the continued growth of webuyanycar and our support for customers in the surrounding areas, who we have been buying many thousands of cars from over the years.

“We aim to provide our customers with even more local branches in the area, saving time, hassle and making the whole process even more convenient.

“We are continuing to grow and put customers back in the driving seat, as more and more motorists realise, they can negotiate a better deal by not part-exchanging.

“Our new Wrexham branch will be open seven days a week and will offer instant bank transfers to motorists, saving valuable time.”

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