Used cars are as hot as ever. Many people are in the market to buy a used car, which means that you might feel like you can't find a good deal. Even if the demand for used cars is high, you can still get into a good car for a good deal if you know what to look for. Here are a couple tips.
1. Choose a Car That Has a Recent Body Change
Every couple years, cars undergo a make over. This means that the body has a style change. Generally, people buying a new car look for the new body style and are willing to pay extra to get the new body style. If you want to save money, try buying the old body style of the car you want. For example, if they changed the body style in 2012, buy a 2011. These cars are usually in a lower demand so you can get a better deal for it. You even might be able to get a car with lower miles, in better condition, for a better deal simply because of the body you choose.
2. Don't Be Afraid to Travel
When looking at used cars you might need to broaden your search. If you are only looking locally, try looking around, even at neighboring states to see if you can find a better deal. In certain areas there are specific cars that are in demand. Thus, if you are looking for a family car in a place that has a high demand for minivans, and SUVs you might spend more. However, even going to a neighboring town, or state might give you a better deal, even with the traveling or transporting fees.
3. Rental Cars Are a Good Option
Many times a used car lot will have rental cars available. Some people are weary of a rental car because it has high miles, but you shouldn't be. In most cases the rental car company has taken excellent care of the car, making sure that all the oil changes are up to date, there are no mechanical issues and that the interior is in mint condition. By getting a rental car with slightly higher miles, you might be able to save a lot of money and still get a great car.
These are just a couple tips for buying a used car. By following these tips you can get the car you want for the best deal possible. For assistance, talk to a used car expert like Gagel's Auto Sales.Share
2 June 2015
When it comes to auto repairs, I am lucky. A good friend of mine is very car savvy and is able to make the majority of the repairs that my car needs. However, recently he sprung a question on me that surprised me. He asked if I wanted him to install a new part or a quality used car part. I asked for his opinion and did some research online. I was surprised to find that there wasn't a lot of information out there about when you should and should not use used parts in your car. So that's how this website came to be. I decided to compile the information I learned, so that in the future, someone doesn't have to search all over to decide whether to have a new or used car placed in their car. Hope my website helps you to make your decision!