Buying Used Car?

http://www.cargurus.com – This is once of the best sites to guide you which car is valued below market place or above market prize based on thousands of car listings. You can also find your car price by entering your VIN number or by selecting your model and other details.

You can also sell your vehicle in this website ( I did not sell any car from this website ). But I did lot of research for my car using this website. You may end up buying good car. But always ask for lower price even though this website says that the car price is already above market price.

Points to keep in Mind:

While buying car from dealer, find how much local tax you need to pay and other paperwork cost for you.
Add those cost to your car price and try to negotiate as much as possible.

If the car price is $22,000 + Title & paper work cost is $2000. Your total car price will become $24,000. If the car price is below market price, there are chances that dealer will reduce the price. They started using word like internet price. Some time they will give full tank gas and ask about warranty. Recently, 2 of my friends bought a car in Columbus, Ohio. There were unable to bargain much since the car price was below market price. but they got good deals. Personally, I feel safe to buy from Dealer than craigslist.

When you are buying from third party, you should be extra cautious.Get Carfax report and take the car to firestone/ (any other). They will check the entire car and give recommendations ( what is good and what is bad ). Drive the car in highway and local roads, make slow right turns/left turns and see any noise you can hear. use kbb.com/ http://clearbook.truecar.com . I liked http://clearbook.truecar.com/ car prices. Compare kbb and trucare and start bargaining for the good price.

Don’t be hurry in buying car. You definitely get a good deal. But you should be little patience.
Try to search car with 150 miles range incase if you can drive to other cities to buy a used car.

As per article ( http://www.thestreet.com/story/11853404/2/top-10-places-to-buy-a-used-car.html) . Check the top 10 places to buy used cars.

10. Minneapolis, Minn.
Discount from the national average: 2.8%

9. New York City
Discount from the national average: 3.7%

8. Toledo, Ohio
Discount from the national average: 3.7%

7. Buffalo, N.Y.
Discount from the national average: 4.4%

6. Akron, Ohio
Discount from the national average: 4.4%

5. Stamford, Conn.
Discount from the national average: 4.7%

4. Detroit, Mich.

Discount from the national average: 4.7%

3. Rochester, N.Y.
Discount from the national average: 5.4%

2. Cleveland
Discount from the national average: 5.7%

1. Miami
Discount from the national average: 6.6%

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