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Left Hand Drive Car Model

Left Hand Drive Car Model

Car models are designs within the manufacturer’s range of cars or series of cars. Various models can be distinguished by their technology, underpinnings, components, and/or appearance and style.

Models are classified differently by different manufacturers according to their methods of classification. In most cases, several different body variants are available, depending on market demand; and when a sufficiently successful model reaches the end of its ‘production cycle’, a new ‘generation’ is introduced.

Most models (ranges or series) are trademarked, so that competitors cannot use their names (unless they are permitted by the owner, for an agreed license fee).

It is common for popular models to have significant brand names, and manufacturers often do a great deal to promote and maintain the brand image of the models bearing this name, both in terms of model characteristics, targeted markets, and expected and desired buyer demographics.

In this section, you will find a dealership that sells LHD cars whether you are relocating from the UK to Europe, or a Brit living abroad and looking for an LHD dealer. We have an extensive showroom in London where you can inspect and purchase the cars listed on our website. LHD vehicles are available for sale from a wide range of manufacturers, including Land Rover, Volkswagen, BMW, Volvo, Audi, and many more.

With Sell My Left Hand Drive Car’s 45 years of experience, you can rest assured that when you purchase an LHD car, you are dealing with industry experts. To ensure that all sales run smoothly and all cars can be registered in the United Kingdom, we ensure that we stay up to date with all the latest laws and regulations.

In addition to delivering any LHD car throughout Europe personally, we can also collect your old vehicle in part exchange. For your peace of mind, we welcome inspections of our LHD vehicles by the AA or RAC prior to your purchase.

Unless you’re driving in the UK, your headlights should be aimed slightly to the curb. It would be more appropriate if this was in a left-hand drive country (LHD), as the beam of light would be aimed at the curb rather than the other lane of traffic. Mirrors and mirror units also get hit by this. Here in the United Kingdom, many driver-side mirrors are designed with convex curved glass to enhance a driver’s vision and to cover the blind spot in the rear of the vehicle. Similarly to headlights, in countries where vehicles are driven on the left, this is the opposite side.


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