The simple fact of the modern world is that we all need transportation, and most people prefer to have their own car to achieve their transport needs. For short journeys, an increasing number of people are turning towards pushbikes and in some cases public transport, but for the vast majority of people, especially when needing to travel further afield, the car is an absolute necessity.
In difficult economic times, buying a new car becomes a questionable issue. The cost of new cars has become increasingly high and more and more people are considering whether a used car is a more viable and cost-effective option.
The used car market as had quite a negative image in past years and many people immediately think of a untrustworthy car salesman selling them a heap which has been made to look something that it’s actually not under the skin! It has been difficult for car traders to shake off this negative image but a lot of work has been put in to try and properly inform prospective buyers about the integrity of both the used car business and the cars for sale.
Used car prices reach record level in 2014 – Autoblog
http://www.autoblog.com/ Edmunds says the average price of a used car rose to a record level, $16800, in 2014.
Read these reports to gain more insight into buying used cars and to remain safe in the process –
How to Buy a Used Car Without Getting Ripped Off by Joe Sutton, Steve Dessy, published 2014, 30 pages
Here are 8 ways used car dealers can swindle you
Without doubt, many car buyers would prefer to buy a new car whenever possible rather than one that’s already been owned before. People still think that a used car is a problem waiting to go wrong but the fact of the matter is that this is just not the case. The increased vibrance of the used car market now means that there are some excellent pre-owned cars, which in many cases are almost as good as new, available at a huge discount to the original forecourt price.
So what are the key issues that need to be thought about when trying to determine whether to buy a pre-owned car or a new car;
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First and foremost, the most obvious issue is the cost. New cars cost a lot more than pre-owned ones! As soon as a new car leaves the forecourt, its value depreciates very quickly and within a few months of driving, the value has decreased even further. This means that a car that is less than a couple of years old can be purchased significantly cheaper than a brand-new one and if the car has very little mileage on the clock, then this will be an absolute bargain.
There tend to be far more used cars available at the price that’s right for you than brand-new ones. You will have a much more extensive selection to choose from when looking at a pre-owned car then you would if you were looking for a specific model brand-new.
It is now possible to have a pre-owned car examined by professional organizations so that you can be sure that the car is genuine and roadworthy. All documentation will be checked, chassis numbers, and all matters relating to this individual car will be examined and authenticated. The small price that you would pay for this service means that you will have absolute peace of mind and know that you are buying a genuine item.
Many companies and individuals alike, will change their brand-new purchase before a certain time period or mileage is reached. This means that cars are being exchanged simply because it is time to do so and not because there is anything wrong with the vehicle. Again, this means that the next buyer will have access to a vehicle that has had very little use but has been greatly reduced in price from its original value.
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With all of these factors in mind it is clear that used cars are a very viable option for anyone needing a vehicle. Exercise your due diligence, shop around, research online and you could soon find yourself with a car of your dreams!