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No matter what make of used car you're searching for in Blackburn, Motors.co.uk has details on the best dealerships in town, meaning that you'll receive the expert customer care and attention you deserve. Search by make, model and desire price to get a plethora of results suited to your needs.

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Audi A1

2013 (13) 1.6 TDI Sport 5dr 

14
£9,000
2013 (13)
Finance Available £168 pm
  • 1.6L
  • 59kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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Audi A4

2016 (16) 1.4T FSI Sport 4dr 

10
£14,299
2016 (16)
  • 1.4L
  • 17.2kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Saloon
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Nissan Qashqai

2014 (14) 1.5 dCi Tekna 5dr 

25
£11,750
2014 (14)
  • 1.5L
  • 49.8kMiles
  • Diesel
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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Nissan Juke

2013 (13) 1.6 ACENTA PREMIUM 5d 117BHP 5-Door 

20
£6,990
2013 (13)
  • 1.6L
  • 47.5kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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Ford Fiesta

2014 (14) 1.2 ZETEC 3DR 

8
£6,995
2014 (14)
Finance Available £137 pm
  • 1.2L
  • 14kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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Vauxhall Corsa

2015 (15) 1.2 Sting 3dr 

10
£6,495
2015 (15)
  • 1.2L
  • 29.2kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback
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Blackburn

Blackburn is a large town located in the northern county of Lancashire. East of Preston and north east of Manchester, it’s easy to see why it grew into an industrial centre back in the day. Paired with Altena in Germany and Peronne in France, the diverse population means there’s a somewhat international outlook.

With history dating back to before the Bronze Age, it was also an important site in Roman Britain, however the Industrial Revolution had the biggest effect on the town, and it dominated textile manufacturing; many mills can still be seen today. Engineering, warehousing and to some extent manufacturing have become the dominant industries these days.

Various landmarks can be found in Blackburn, most notably the famous Cathedral, a statue of Queen Victoria and Corporation Park, a 50 acre patch of greenery. Architecturally, there are some fine buildings, such as the Technical School and Town Hall that really do bring life to areas that have been trapped in modernity.

There’s no doubt that one of the most famous things about the area is the football club- Blackburn Rovers. Based at Ewood Park, the Premiership side have enjoyed mixed fortune since the ‘golden age’ of the early 1990s.

The location of the town in relation to surrounding countryside such as the Pennines and East Lancashire Hills means there’s an almighty amount of roads to explore, and any number of green lanes. Simply superb for drivers who want a bit of a challenge, the countryside really does offer a lot of enjoyment. Connections to motorways such as the M65, M6 and M61 are also close to hand.

Those people looking for used cars for sale in Blackburn certainly won’t be disappointed with what’s on offer at Motors.co.uk. Literally thousands of second hand vehicles can be found, including autos, vans and even trucks. Whatever your motoring needs are, there’s something suitable, and the best thing is that prices are heavily discounted, but quality remains high. What’s wrong with that?