It's a great idea buying used vehicles. In many cases there really are no differences between a brand new car and a used one other than the smell of new leather and fabric. It is a fact that once you pay for a vehicle and drive out of the dealership gate, it has depreciated and may have lost up to 30% of it's value. So does the smell of new fabric and leather worth that?
However, you will be wise to select your used car carefully. Do not buy a car just because it is cheap. Make sure you know why it is cheap. If the owner cannot answer all your questions including why he is selling and the issues with the car, he probably wants to hand you a live snake.
Do not buy if the car is cheaper than others of the same model unless you know why.
Checking the maintenance and other records of the vehicle is helpful. Vehicles flooded just before it was sold should be avoided unless highly discounted and you are willing to be visiting the workshop regularly. The good thing here is that you can get the records of almost all cars from USA and Canada.
It makes sense to have an experienced personnel to check the car before you pay.
Exercise greater care with some brands and models.
Talk to us at WERTSEA AUTOMOBILE REPAIR CENTER before the final payment is made or as you contemplate buying a car.