Monday, March 8, 2010

Looking for a used car

Decide which car you want to look for

Deciding whether you will need a general car or a specific car is the first thing you need to do. People will look for any car that runs while the rest need a car that has specific features. Someone may want seven seat belts in the car while another person needs to be able to pull a trailer. You need to decide before looking for the car which of those things you want so you know what to look for and where to look for it.

Speak with a bank about financing the vehicle

Before you look for your car, talk to whoever will probably finance it. When there, don't actually obtain the loan. You will only get a quote for the loan. A lot of car dealers offer in house financing with high interest rates. If you have a good credit rating then you will get a much better interest rate from the bank. You will lower your expenses in the end. You will get a better idea of what you can afford.

Pick the car you want

The next thing you should do is find your car. You could possibly find the car by going to a used car shop, looking in classified ads, or looking on Craigslist. After having found the car and making an appointment to see it, learn as much as you can regarding the car. You will want to know what the listing price of the car is and the worth of the car as well. Knowing the automobile inside and out will help you to bargain.

Make many calls to repair shops

Verify what needs repairing in the car. It would be a wise idea to bring a friend who can estimate repair costs for you. If you can't do that then call the local repair shops to find out just how much it would cost. Take the highest estimates given to you to assist you to get a great deal. While you are bargaining, bring this cost up. You will be able to bargain better. You can get a good deal if you use the car's worth and subtract all the costs for repairs. Of course you need to lowball it to begin with. If you follow this advice, you’re going to get a great deal.

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