Do You Buy From The Classified Used Cars?
Many individuals find the car they want in classified used cars ads. You can, many times, negotiate with the owners and get very reasonable price.
Typical the owners clean up the cars and make any repairs that will make the cars more saleable.
Some car owners just want to get rid of their car or truck. They will label their car, "for sale as is." What that means is that if there are any problems or
repairs that need to be taken care of, the owner is not responsible for making them. The person buying the car must accept the car regardless of it
When you buy a car through classified ads from a private party, you will not have a warranty. Most cars sold by private individuals can't afford to give a
warranty, and you are expected to assume all the risks associated with buying that car.
However, there are some ads that are placed in the classifieds by used car dealer. These cars will typically have a 1 - 3 month warranty. This makes
the buyers feel safe about that used auto.
Before you scan the classified used cars ads, you need to make a list of the type of car you want to purchase. The more details you can list about what
you want to buy, the quicker you will be able to locate that vehicle in the classified.
Some owners have customized their cars before selling them to dealers or before posting them for sale in classifieds. These added features will
increase the price car. If you like these features, you may get a bargain, but if you don't then you may decide not to buy the car.
Since most car classified listings have limited description space, owner can use abbreviations to describe their car. The common abbreviations are
WGN for station wagon, HB for hatchback, P/U for pickup truck, and XTRA CAB for two small seats or extra room behind the front seats.
To describe the conditions of the car, most car advertisers use abbreviations such as EX COND to mean excellent condition, G COND to mean good
condition, CLN to mean clean or in good shape.