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Used Estate Cars for Sale in Glasgow and Edinburgh

Our database is constantly updated with new stock to help you find great deals on second hand estate cars and don't forget national delivery is available on all used vehicles. Why not book a test drive at your local Macklin Motors dealership to decide whether your chosen vehicle will be right for you? With dealerships in Dunfermline, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Hamilton and Paisley you are sure to find the perfect used estate car near you.


Estate Car FAQs

What are estate cars?

Estate cars combine a hatchback design with an extended roof and a larger boot area. Perfect for families, estate cars are known for their practicality and versatility. They typically feature a longer roofline that extends toward the rear, creating a larger boot area behind the rear seats.

For additional boot space, the rear seats can be folded to carry larger items such as luggage, groceries, and sports equipment.

Are estate cars longer than other cars?

Yes, estate cars are generally longer than other car types, such as saloons or hatchbacks. They are designed with a longer body to provide additional space and practicality. The extended length allows for a more spacious interior and a larger boot, making for both a comfortable and practical drive.

Why is it called an estate car?

The term estate car originates from the car's historical associations. In the past, estate cars were commonly used by the residents of rural estates. The larger boot area made them perfect for transporting luggage to and around large grounds.

What is the difference between a saloon and an estate car?

Estate cars have an extended roofline. Unlike the saloon, whose roof begins to slope after the rear windows, the estate car roof continues past the rear wheels. This provides a much larger boot area that's perfect for luggage, sports gear, or even furniture!

Representative Finance Example For Online Purchases

Customer deposit £99
Monthly payments £272.01
Cash Price £15,000
Amount of credit £14,901
Fees £0.00
Optional final payment £6,912
Total amount payable £20,067.48
Annual mileage 8000*
Term 48 months
Fixed rate of interest 6.15%
Representative APR (fixed) 11.70%

*We will pay an additional £500 for your car (whether as a part-exchange or stand-alone sale to us) on top of the vehicle valuation you receive from us using the Sell My Car valuation tool on our website. The Sell My Car valuation price is subject to a vehicle appraisal to confirm condition and is valid for 7 days. This offer applies to passenger cars only, and excludes Range Rover, Discovery, Defender, and Jaguar cars, and any cars that cannot be valued using the Sell My Car tool. Cars must have a current MOT, a mileage of under 100,000, be less than 10 years old, and have a minimum valuation of £5,000 (before the £500 is added) for the offer to apply. Offer applies to sales to us completed (or in the case of part-exchange cars, in an agreed order form) by 31st August 2024 and where delivery to us is before 7 September 2024.