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What should you do before buying a car?


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2015-08-15 04:36:34
2015-08-15 04:36:34

Just a common sense approach with this suggestion.The reason you would buy a newer or new car is your current vehicle is costing you more than a car payment each month.My recommendation is research the cars your interested in on overall reliability and resale value.All cars have there good and bad points and it is best to choose a specific vehicle that meets your needs and meets those goals.I in general select cars that are low cost to maintain,have good safety ratings,and very reliable.I in short read as much as possible on problems known to said cars and watch videos on say you-ube for the good and bad on certain cars.Lastly keep in mind just because a car looks shiny and smells nice and clean doe's not mean it is in good condition in All aspects of the engine,transmission,suspension and other component's.I could add a lot more but the simple is certain brands and type's of cars are not long term cars as they have there down falls on quality,value and consistency of quality.As for pricing check the kbb or nada for pricing as they provide cost based on each vehicle with the specific's like ,age,mileage,condition,and feature's.I could add more info however this is a simple list of idea's.

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