This brief article in ABC News provides 3 tips for buying a used car. The first step involves certification. Does the car that you are buying have certification? Are you willing to pay a higher price for certification? Having the car certified means that you will basically have some type of warranty on the car and this can of course give you some peace of mind when purchasing a used vehicle. The other two tips have to do with “spot delivery”, buying the car and not knowing if the actual loan from the dealer has been approved and the other tip has to do with getting your own financing. Having your own financing ready does not mean that you can’t go with the dealer financing if they have something better.
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3 Secrets to Know Before Buying a Used Car – ABC News
Here goes: Secret No. 1 If you are interested in a used car at a dealership and that car is not certified, you may be able to negotiate for the dealer to certify it in exchange for a slightly higher price. Investigators estimate as many as 80% of the cars for sale in the classifieds are sold by curbstoners. ‘