Important aspects to consider in buying pre-owned cars




Are you tired of going off to work commuting daily, fed up with the long wait for a bus to pass before you can get to your destination because the bus bring to halt in every bus stop or dreams to pass up the long lines in light rail transit in the morning?  Buying your own vehicle is a great idea that could ease up your predicaments. It can serve multi-purpose for you and your family as well.

If you consider buying a pre-owned vehicle because you are on a tight budget, you can still get your preferred car by shelving out only what you can afford and can choose at used cars St George.  You can purchase a second hand car for less than or half the price of an average brand new car that is already loaded with more features. According to a consumer report study, choosing a three-year-old car instead of a brand new can save you a lot of money over the first five years.  The money saved could be enough to pay for all of your fuel needs during the time span.



As the pre-owned car market’s been booming up lately. Here are some important aspects to consider helping you in buying used cars.
  • Bring a friend or a car mechanic to inspect the car of your choice. It is recommended to examine and look over in broad daylight.
  • Opt for 3 year old cars, as much as possible do not buy a vehicle that is older than 5 years as it will diminish its outstanding value in case you want to resale it.
  • Know how many owners does the car previously had, the more holders the lesser its value.
  • Decide on buying a popular model, as its features are superior among others.
  • Do not be misled by its odometer readings.  Mileage settings can be reset anytime
  • Transact only with reliable used car dealers with good reputation and market history.  Make some researching before you pay.




Lovingly written by Joy












10 comments:

James Smith said...

I am totally agreed to you as these are very valuable aspects to be kept in mind before seeing for a pre-owned car

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Angela Ricardo said...

I dont have a car yet and someday when I am ready to purchase my own I would resort pre own to test myself first and of course to save up. This will definitely help me out. ;) Thank you for sharing! Now I just need to find some other ways to save up.


xox

Robi Marapao said...

Couldn't agree with you more! Thanks for sharing these tips. Good thing I have a friend who's into cars and a mechanic. 

Marie said...

We've been planning to buy a car, even a used one but the transportation system here is so well-planned and affordable, we think we'd stick to it...

Tori said...

Thank you for giving these tips. I've been wanting to buy a car, even a used one and this would surely come in handy....

Iam Herbert said...

Like my in-law said, you should always consider the condition of the car's mechanical condition

Lizzie said...

I want to have my own car but I might go for pre-owned car because it's a lot cheaper than brand new ones. Thanks for the tips.

Marri Bermudez said...

These are very relevant tips.
Actually, my husband acquired a second hand van.
Thanks for sharing.

Sumi Go said...

Thanks for these tips, but I personally find buying pre-owned cars quite risky. I think I'll just continue saving up till I already have enough money to buy a new one :)

rania marc said...

 our car is a second hand purchase only (we're the 2nd owner)...we couldn't afford to buy brand new. and, we didn't want to commit ourselves paying monthly amortization for say 3 or 5 yrs. we have too many bills on our list :)

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