Used cars for sale in Lisburn

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£24,495
Finance Available £454 pm
  • Engine Size1.8L
  • 3kMiles
  • Fuel TypeHybrid
  • TransmitionAuto
  • Body StyleHatchback

Charles Hurst Toyota Belfast

£7,795
  • Engine Size1.2L
  • 33.1kMiles
  • Fuel TypePetrol
  • TransmitionManual
  • Body StyleHatchback

Charles Hurst Nissan Newtownards

£19,495
  • Engine Size3L
  • 29.9kMiles
  • Fuel TypePetrol
  • TransmitionSemi Auto
  • Body StyleHatchback

Charles Hurst Usedirect Lisburn

£12,995
Finance Available £252 pm
  • Engine Size1L
  • 10Miles
  • Fuel TypePetrol
  • TransmitionManual
  • Body StyleSUV

Charles Hurst Belfast Dacia

£12,990
Finance Available £282 pm
  • Engine Size1.5L
  • 15.3kMiles
  • Fuel TypeDiesel
  • TransmitionManual
  • Body StyleHatchback

Charles Hurst Usedirect Belfast

£6,595
Finance Available £132 pm
  • Engine Size1L
  • 7.3kMiles
  • Fuel TypePetrol
  • TransmitionManual
  • Body StyleHatchback

Charles Hurst Vauxhall Lisburn

£14,450
Finance Available £304 pm
  • Engine Size1.2L
  • 17.5kMiles
  • Fuel TypePetrol
  • TransmitionSemi Auto
  • Body StyleHatchback

Charles Hurst Citroen Belfast

£26,995
  • Engine Size3L
  • 29kMiles
  • Fuel TypeDiesel
  • TransmitionSemi Auto
  • Body StyleHatchback

Premium Direct

£6,295
  • Engine Size1L
  • 14.5kMiles
  • Fuel TypePetrol
  • TransmitionManual
  • Body StyleHatchback

Charles Hurst Vauxhall Lisburn

Lisburn

The city of Lisburn can be found in Northern Ireland to the south west of Belfast. Although it forms part of the Belfast Metropolitan Area, it was granted city status in its own right in 2002. Home to about 72,000 people, it is the third largest city in the state.

Rather a historic place, the origins date back to the 1600s. A centre for linen in the 18th century, it saw a lot of prosperity during this time. Not untouched by the Troubles in the 1960s, 70s and 80s, it was also an important military position during the Cold War. These days it’s an important point on the Belfast-Dublin Corridor, and as such has exceptional transport links to both cities.

Home to several sports teams, including Lisburn Distillery football club, St Patricks GAA gaelic football club, and a cricket club to name a few.

Surrounded by some beautiful landscapes, Lisburn is definitely well positioned for drivers to experience the best of Northern Ireland. There are small towns and villages a-plenty to check out, and some wonderfully varied terrain means it’ll never get boring. From Lough Neagh to coastal areas, there’s a lot to see without travelling that far.

Motors.co.uk services the whole of the UK, and as such it’s very simple to find quality second hand cars for sale in Lisburn. However to cast the net as wide as possible, it’s a good idea to include the likes of Belfast in any search. The great thing is that all prices have been well and truly slashed, and the unrelenting approach to only listing used cars of the highest standard means there’s always a bargain to be found.