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Cheap Proton cars under £1,000

With a budget of £1,000 you can grab a great bargain. Most of the cars advertised on our site are heavily reduced in price and come with a free history check ...

3 Proton cars under £1,000, 0 reduced in price

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 Verney Cars, Buckingham


Proton GEN 2 1.3 GLS 5dr

2008 (58)  |   58,000 miles  |   Hatchback  |   1300cc  |   Petrol  |   Manual  |   5 doors  |   History checked

Includes 5 seats, mot, air-conditioning, any inspection welcome, full service history, alloy wheels, tinted glass, electric windows (front), computer, hpi clear, service history, electric windows, alarm...

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 TCS, Oldham


Proton Savvy 1.2 Street 5dr

2007 (07)  |   52,000 miles  |   Hatchback  |   1100cc  |   Petrol  |   Manual  |   5 doors  |   History checked

Featuring tinted glass, alarm, hpi clear, 4 seats, low mileage...

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 Effingham Road Motor Company Limited, Sheffield


Proton GEN 2 1.6 4dr

2008 (08)  |   80,000 miles  |   Saloon  |   1600cc  |   Petrol  |   Manual  |   4 doors  |   History checked

Features include pas, radio, fog lights, full service history, radio/cd, abs, full size spare wheel, spare wheel, rear electric windows, central locking, metallic paint, drivers airbag, cloth seat trim, part exchange welcome, trip computer, folding rear seats, front ...

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We currently have 3 Proton cars available across the UK priced under £1000.

The cars we would recommend for under a grand are the Vauxhall Corsa, the Ford Focus and the Honda Civic. You can find some really great examples advertised across the site all for under £1,000. The great thing with these cars is that they're not only great to drive but they're reliable and remarkably cheap to run. Make sure you take a good look at the array of cars under £1,000 and remember you can narrow down your search to location using the form at the top of the page.

Good to know: At this price range the depreciation on cars is pretty much non-existent. Therefore, even if you decide to sell the car after a year then there's a good chance you'll get most of your money back!



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