Grey Import Cars
Grey and Parallel Imports
Importing a car from abroad is becoming a more and more popular option for car buyers. Often, you can get better value for money but there are drawbacks with importing.
There are two main types of imports; grey and parallel.
A grey import is a car which has been bought abroad (often in
Many cars in
However, grey imports can increase the cost of car insurance and may require extra work to be carried out so they comply with
If you want to look different then a grey import may be the right choice.
A parallel import is a car bought in from another country but with a
A popular place for parallel imports is
Buying may be cheaper but when you go to sell, you won’t get as much as an official
Savings available on European new cars depend upon exchange rates, and you may find specification and warranty packages are less comprehensive than
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