Another sub-par experience here. I can't help thinking that they should be a lot better - they have a massive stock of cars. However, it is clear that they do very little prep on the cars between them arriving and being viewed. That means that the cars you see are often missing parts and are covered in scuffs and chips.
I see why they're doing it - if the cars don't sell, I'll bet they go straight back to auction and Motoring World don't want to have invested any time/effort in those cars. For me, though, it just took all the sheen off looking at buying a car.