The Pros And Cons Of Buying A Used Car
Finding the Right Car
There are plenty of used cars but everyone has their own taste. Some used cars actually appear to be brand new but don’t let that fool you because the car could probably have problems. Most of these problems are small little things, nothing major. This is why you must ask a dealership for the history information on the car. It would be best to have a thorough check-up that examines mechanical, safety, and appearance aspects. …show more content…
They were kind enough to answer my questions and this information should also help you if you are looking into buying a used car.
Question: What makes you interested in buying a used car?
Answer: To me, it’s a lot cheaper and there also very nice used cars out there with renewable prices; you just have to find the right ones.
Question: Have you ever had any problems out of your used car?
Answer: Not really, I have had minor problems, not major considering I’m already a mechanic; I pretty much know what I’m doing when it comes to working on cars.
Question: How did you know exactly what car you wanted?
Answer: I personally prefer trucks, but there are actually very nice used cars so anything that looks nice to me and has low mileage, I would love to have it.
Question: Were you having doubts that the seller could possibly sell you a stolen car?
Answer: Not at all, I make sure I go over all the paper work and ask for proof for it being the seller’s …show more content…
Three out of four automotive transactions in the United States involve used pre-owned vehicles. The average previously owned vehicles will have three owners in its lifetime. Half the cars that have once been flood damaged are back on the road. Meaning, there was about 200,000 vehicles resold after being dried out. Some people lose about four billion dollars a year because of odometer fraud, with an average rollback of 15,000 miles.
There are more pre-owned Silverado pickup trucks for sale than any other car, about 120,000 throughout the United States. The state having more used vehicles would be Texas; Houston by itself has more than 32,000. Chevrolet is the most available in used cars with about 450,000; Ford has 425,000, and about 280,000 Toyotas. Believe it or not but the color silver is the most purchased car of used cars. 429,000 that are sold is the color black, 409,000 of white cars, 321,000 of red cars, 309,000 blue cars, and 277,000 gray cars.
Most used cars are bought having the model year of 2007-2008. There are also more sold and used automatic transmission cars rather than manual. Vehicles that are most popular are a six cylinder. About half the pre-owned vehicles comes with air condition