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What are the things to check for when buying a car

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Answered: Wilson Michael 4 months ago
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things to check when buying a used car.
1. Look carefully at the car interior and exterior, everything must be perfect. Any defect can lower the initial price. If you can make up your mind to small holes on the seats, ask a seller for rebates. You should turn attention to paint works on the car body. Paint coat has to be homogeneous.
2. Try a work of all systems inside the car. You should check an air-conditioner, a seat heater system, a headlight system and so on. - See more at:
3. Check the car body. You should crawl under the car and look at its body inside. Check strength of the car body; look for rust,damages and so on.
4. Check cars tires. They haven’t to be old an erased. The tread pattern should be well-defined. Look for tap-sheets. If they are absent it’s great. Sometimes sellers give extra tires for another season. These tires should be checked too.
5. Check car trunk. It should be without any defects.
6. Check availability of a spare extra wheel. Look for any damages on it. It must be perfect.
7. Check a good condition of the car frame. If you can’t do it by yourselves, ask a professional to help you.
8. Have a look under the hood. It’s better to do this checking with a specialist.
9. If the car has a computer. Check to see if it is working when you start the car.
10. Try the car running. Listen to every sound. Feel the wheels and control capabilities. Check brakes.

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Look Carefully at the Car’s Exterior and Interior :Both the inside and outside condition of the car may play a large role in the value. Make sure to check the interior upholstery carefully, along with any repairs to the exterior of the car. That’s not to say you shouldn’t purchase a car that has been in a minor fender-bender, but you’ll want to make sure the exterior was repaired professionally and that the results are barely visible to the eye. Always open the hood and take a good look at the engine and parts. Dirty and rusted parts can be a strong indication that there may be trouble down the road.


Go for a Test Drive :It’s always best to take the car on a test drive on both local roads and highways. In different environments, you can get a good feel for how the car responds and performs. On local roads, you can feel how the car shifts and responds to sharp turns. You’ll also get an idea on the condition of the brakes with stop-and-go driving conditions. With a trip on the highway, you can see if the engine runs smoothly or not. While on a test drive, keep your eyes and ears open. Make sure to note any unusual engine or brake noises, and whether or not all of the electronics in the car are working properly.


Perform a Leak Test :Any car that is leaking fluids is generally a red flag for a needed repair. While you’re on a test drive, take a moment to park in a clean area on the road, and let the car run for at least 30 seconds. Then, move the car and do a visible inspection for any leaking substances. Black fluid might be an indicator of leaking oil, green fluid may indicate a leak in anti-freeze and pink fluid may indicate a leak in the transmission.


Have a Mechanic Inspect It :Some people don’t take the time to have a mechanic inspect their used car before purchase. This may lead to an expensive repair down the road. The cost to have a car inspected by a professional can be well worth the price. A mechanic is the professional who can help you discover hidden problems and also assist with determining the car’s value. If there are going to be any major problems with the engine or transmission in the future, this is the professional who can let you know.


Research Checklist

Once you feel the car is in good condition, consider these steps to further research the vehicle:



  • Read reviews on the make and model.

  • Figure out a fair purchase price.

  • Make sure to decode the VIN.

  • Review the vehicle history report.

  • Consider looking at certified pre-owned vehicles.

  • Take your time to help avoid buyer’s remorse.


Read Reviews on the Make and Model 


Do a bit of detective work on industry and consumer reviews on the make and model to help uncover possible defects or even common problems. You can easily do this by researching online.


Figure Out a Fair Purchase Price


To help ensure that you are being charged a fair price, make sure to compare prices for the same make, model and year with several sources. Checking Kelley Blue Book and dealer prices can simply be done online. Even though condition and mileage will play a role in price, you can still get a ballpark figure of the current price.


Make Sure to Decode the VIN


Checking a VIN decoder chart is a quick way to see if a used car’s VIN information matches up with what’s in the vehicle title and records. VIN cloning is a scam where sellers replace the VIN of a stolen car with one that is legally registered. Help prevent this type of fraud by decoding the VIN of the vehicle in question.


Review the Vehicle History Report


A vehicle history report can help you see title problems, ownership history, service points and previous accidents, large or small. These reports may be available from dealers or ordered online. CARFAX offers a report you can purchase; it’s one of the most comprehensive, because it’s pulled from a database of more than six billion car records.


Consider Looking at Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles


Purchasing a certified pre-owned car can be a wise choice because it usually offers the buyer an extra level of quality assurance. Many local car dealers offer these vehicles with warranties that extend beyond the initial new coverage.


Take Your Time to Help Avoid Buyer’s Remorse


To avoid buyer’s remorse, never rush into buying a used car. Taking the time to do thorough research and negotiating for the right price is one of the ways you can help ensure you’re getting a good deal on a vehicle.


Following these 10 tips may help ensure that you don’t get stuck with a lemon. You’ll have all the information needed to help you make an informed decision, whether you decide to buy or not.


 











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