Wal-Mart will start selling used cars this year via a tie-up with Connecticut-based car dealer Asbury Automotive Group. In a six-month trial, Wal-Mart will lease property attached to five of its supercentres in Houston to Asbury to set up car supermarkets called Price 1 Auto Stores. Prices at the outlets will significantly undercut the competition and carry the reassurance of a brand people trust to provide good value, said a spokesman. Each will stock up to 100 cars with a maximum of 75,000 miles on the clock at fixed prices. All vehicles will go through a 70-point inspection and come with an autobiography' outlining their ownership history. Analysts said Wal-Mart's move into used cars was a shrewd one given the huge growth enjoyed by the industry. {{NEWS }}