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Hanham Road Autos

13 Hanham Road, Kingswood, United Kingdom
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Used cars in the south west, bristol,  Kingswood  area  If you are looking for great savings on quality used cars in the south west, bristol,  Kingswood  area , then you have reached the right place. HanhamRoadAutos.co.uk are a specialist used car dealer in bristol, located just 0.5 miles from the A1474 ring road, with easy motorway access . With our 40 years experience within the motor trade,  We are proud to offer you a first class customer service and very competitive pricing, so please browse our stock list. At Hanhamroadautos.co.uk we stock a wide range of  quality used cars to suit all budgets and lifestyles so we are sure to have the right car for you.

In order to offer cars to suit everyone we make sure that we update our stocklist regularly. It is therefore always worth giving us a call, even if you don't see what you are looking for on our website.

We realise that buying a car can be a daunting experience, but don't worry, we are well established within the Kingswood, bristol area and come with a great reputation. Furthermore we offer excellent advice and experience on vehicles and vehicle maintenance. Our friendly staff will go the extra mile to guarantee that you receive the advice you need. This is the reason why many of our customers keep coming back to us.

At Hanham Road Autos we don't just sell cars, we do everything possible to get you driving your perfect car. Why not come along to our dealership in Kingswood? We look forward to meeting you!



Opening Hours

Monday
09:00 - 18:00
Tuesday
09:00 - 18:00
Wednesday
09:00 - 18:00
Thursday
09:00 - 18:00
Friday
09:00 - 18:00
Saturday
09:00 - 17:30
Sunday
10:00 - 16:00

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2014 Mercedes B-Class 1.5 Diesel B180 Cdi Blueefficiency Sport Mpv £12,995 Or from £245 per month Excellent bodywork, Part leather interior - New Condition, Tyre condition Excellent, Air Conditioning, ECO Start/Stop Function, Reversing Camera, 18in Bi - Colour Alloy Wheels (4) - 5 - Twin - Spoke Design 225/40 Tyres and Locking Wheel Bolts, Alarm System, Audio 20 Radio with Single CD Drive (MP3 Compatible), USB Port Located in Centre Console, Telephone Keypad, Bluetooth Interface for Hands - Free Telephony, Electric Windows (4), Hil...

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The Fiat 500’s chassis used to be its weakest link, a choppy ride and rather ordinary handling a disappointing contrast to the polished appeal of the rest of the car. But with the debut of the soft-top 500C in 2010 came some suspension changes, mostly affecting the rear axle, which have done much to civilise this baby Fiat. The sudden, occasionally bouncing progress – particularly acute aboard the sportier models – has mostly been banished, and small bumps are absorbed without much turbulence reaching the cabin. You sometimes feel the 500’s short wheelbase as it pitches over crests and into troughs, but the effect is far less disturbing than it used to be, and even the bigger 16in wheels don’t agitate the ride too much. The suspension is also quiet, there being less crash-through and road noise than you find in some cars of this class, all of which makes the 500 easier to live with than before. The TwinAir is only 5kg lighter than the four-cylinder 1.4 Lounge hatch on our scales - a surprise Also improved is the Fiat’s electric power steering. It’s still not much of a communicator, but at least its artificial resistance feels more real, and without too much of the straight-ahead deadness that EPAS systems often suffer. Switch to City mode and the steering feels only semi-connected, but the effort required is certainly low. The 500 handles better now, too. It feels far more settled with the reduced bounce, and that encourages you to corner harder, as does the crisper steering. A firm ride, in a hot hatch, is something we can put up with if the trade-off is sharp composure and handling. Here the Abarth is very good. On smooth roads it feels nailed to the surface, with little roll and a solidity that, say, a sporty Mini can’t match for the moment. The Abarth steers well, too; the electrically assisted helm is quick, accurate and well weighted, albeit with a hint of springiness around the straight ahead and a touch of torque steer. take a look at some stunning Fiat 500's by clicking the link http://goo.gl/H0Zpaz

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Residual values for the Fiat 500 have stayed strong and you should expect to get back close to half of what you paid after three years. That’s not up at Mini levels, but it’s pretty good. Other ownership costs are competitive, too. Mechanically this is a Panda underneath, and that car has proved reliable, which bodes well for the longevity of a new 500. Fuel consumption is very reasonable from the evidence of our tests; you should manage to achieve the 49.6 urban mpg without too much trouble in the 1.2-litre petrol, rising to 60.1 urban mpg in the 1.3-litre diesel. The TwinAir might be pitched as an eco alternative, but we found a huge difference between the claimed and actual fuel consumption. Driving style is key The TwinAir dodges road tax with its 95g/km of Co2, but thanks to incoming stricter legislation won’t be exempt from the London congestion charge for long. But the 35mpg fuel consumption we achieved in our tests is very disappointing compared with the official 68.9mpg figure, even if its performance is strong. If your annual mileage is low, that will matter less. If it’s higher, consider the Multijet diesel instead. Unlike many convertibles where extra weight is an issue, Fiat claims identical economy and emissions figures for the 500C as the hard-top car. Insurance groups are competitive, and although a three-year warranty is average now, the 500 is a well assembled car with a good reliability record.The 500 is well equipped, no fewer than seven airbags helping it to score the full NCAP five stars. The Lounge trim (the same price as the Sport, and a rung up from the base Pop) is our pick and comes with electric front windows, a fixed part-glass roof, air conditioning, a leather-rimmed wheel with controls for the stereo and a voice-activated Bluetooth system. Have a look at some of our Fiat 500's by clicking the link http://goo.gl/H0Zpaz

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