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I give you a fairly extensive shakedown of a car that Rocco from The GeekGroup was considering for purchase.
Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 46 years, shows how you can quickly check out a used car BEFORE you buy a potential lemon.
2:37 Getting A Car Running That's Been Sitting For Years.
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If you’re trading in your car or having a dealership arrange financing, negotiate the price of the car before you discuss trade-in value and financing to assure you get the best deal.
If you’re buying from a private seller, make sure you get the title.
Top Gear presenter Steve Berry shows you how to buy a used car safely and avoid scratches, knocks, tell-tale signs of incorrect mileage readings or hidden car accidents.
If you are purchasing a more expensive car you may also need to check into if it has a salvage title, or has it just been painted, and other things, but given the price range this video deals with, those things are not important.
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I've been asked about doing this video since people started watching my show 3 years ago and since it's a subject I wanted to spend some time with I made it into 4 parts, this is part 1 Exterior Inspection.
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Often times a crooked dealer can sell the bill of sale you signed to an auto finance company well before that lemon of a car starts squeezing you for big money.
There is an old saying in the car business, "People buy with their eyes." As a long-time retailer and auction buyer, I can tell you that many of my peers simply buy what looks good because they have an operation that can conceal most abuse and neglect issues.
You want to expose a crooked dealer before they take your money? Insist on an inspection.
Want to upset a crooked dealer? Insist on a warranty.
One of the most important aspects that you need to inquire into after finalising on the cars you want to buy is to check car history.
Visit various online car portals to find out what the estimated mileage of the type of cars you are looking at is.
Decide on whether you want a family sedan that fits 4 to 5 easily, a sporty SUV to commute long distances or travel a lot, a small car that fits 4 and gives great mileage and is best for city-driving, and so on.
Fuel Economy: With fluctuating fuel prices, mileage has become a key concern while making a car purchase decision.
Buying a used car is more challenging than buying a new car, because buying a used car takes more effort than buying a new car, since the condition and usage details of the car have to be verified before purchase.
In case you are looking at EMI options, then use online resources that help you calculate your monthly EMI based on the amount of loan your budget can handle.
Number of Car Ownerships: Used car is a good purchase if it is owned by a single owner but if multiple owners have already driven the car, the performance and mileage may be considerably low.

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