Car Buying Tips


According to cnw research, the total used car sales for 2011 ended at 38.79 million vehicles or $28.2 billion dollars in sales.

This makes the used car industry a multibillion dollar business! This industry is a collection of fragmented sub­ industries. Dealers. Auctions, Reconditioners, Wholesalers, salvage yards, body shops, and repair shops all are a part of the used car industry. Used cars can be transported from State to state where regulations vary. This ease of transportation and differences in state laws can create opportunity to circumvent regulations and safeguards. Titles can be "washed". Odometer statements can be "altered". Mechanical problems can be "remedied" and structural problems "hidden”. Once a car is in the system, it can end up on any dealership in the United States. Even the most honest dealers can fall victim in buy these vehicles.

However, if the dealer discovers he acquired a bad car, he can simply resell it at an auction to another unsuspecting dealer. In the end, it’s the private buyer that takes the risk when buying a vehicle.

A Lemon Busters professional! Unbiased inspection will determine the actual condition of the vehicle.

Her are a few things that you can do on your own to weed out the (very Bad Apples)

1. Start engine cold (listen for knocking noises or puff of smoke)

2. Turn on and try all accessories

3. Leave engine running (watch for smoke at tail pipe)

4. Drive vehicle up to highway speeds (check for shaking or pulling)

5. Look down the side body panels (check for wavyness or ripples)

6. Look under vehicle for oil puddles

If the vehicle passes these basic tests then call us for an appointment so we can inspect it thoroughly.

Thanks for stopping by and good luck car shopping.


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