Belfast Telegraph

UK Website Of The Year

Home Life Motoring

Now you're motoring with the new Telegraph car website

There is good news for those looking to buy or sell vehicles with the official launch today of an all-new motoring website from the Belfast Telegraph.

The site - - is the latest in the stable of successful online services from the Belfast Telegraph.

The new site will offer everything the car buyer needs when searching for that elusive bargain in an already highly competitive marketplace.

Already there are over 6,000 used cars listed on the site, which features a fully searchable database of used cars for sale across Northern Ireland and comprehensive private and dealer listings.

The content is not limited to cars, with a wide range of, motorbikes, caravans and boats also available. The easy-to-use site allows users to find exactly what they are looking for and book their listing online.

The site also features associated motoring products and accessories to provide a fully comprehensive buying experience for users.

"This is an exciting addition to the Belfast Telegraph's network of websites," said Gerry Patterson, Director of Digital Development.

"This site is well designed, easy to navigate and provides the ideal online platform for both motor dealers and private advertisers.

"In addition the site will offer a variety of commercial and sponsorship opportunities aimed at local and national advertisers."

As well as offering customers the chance to find their perfect car, it will feature plenty of content such as an in-depth editorial section with expert reviews of new cars. The site will also make the most of the latest multimedia technology to feature video reports on cars and motoring.

The site will also have sections providing help and advice for people buying or selling a car.

It is just the latest addition to the Belfast Telegraph's already well-established print and online motoring coverage, and complements the content which thousands of readers enjoy every Thursday in the Car Finder supplement.

Belfast Telegraph

Read More


From Belfast Telegraph