buying used car

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by nicokpe, Aug 28, 2007.

  1. nicokpe

    nicokpe Guest

    Buying a used car is not difficult. Here are some guidelines for you
    when considering purchasing a used car:

    1. Window-shop around first before doing the final selection. Allot
    one day to visit a dealership to look around and test-drive the cars.
    Do not buy the first time you see a car. Once you get home, you can
    browse the Internet for the information regarding the car of your
    choice and how much it cost. Be sure to check the option prices,
    ratings for safety and other things that the dealer has not informed
    you.

    Read more in :
    Cars Weekly News
    http://www.zone-car.com
     
    nicokpe, Aug 28, 2007
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  2. nicokpe

    Car Dude Guest

    Don't come to my yard you joy-riding dog, see if you can get a test drive
    from me you fucking time wasting ****!

    Regards,


    Car Dude.
     
    Car Dude, Aug 28, 2007
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  3. nicokpe

    Car Dude Guest

    4. Avoid drinking coffee before you visit or when you are at the dealership.
    Coffee will make you too uneasy and impatient to look into details. It is
    recommended that you drink plenty of water instead to make you go to the
    restroom. This will break the tension and remove you from a situation that
    that the salesperson is already intimidating you.
     
    Car Dude, Aug 28, 2007
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