Buying a car is exciting. The features offered year in and year out are continuously evolving to fit the needs of drivers. When buying a used car, especially if you are not experienced with purchasing vehicles, it’s important to look out for the green flags that indicate a reliable automobile. Even those who are seasoned auto shoppers can benefit from a few tips to secure the best car at the best deal. Trustworthy advice For those who are new to the process, before even setting foot in a dealership it’s helpful to talk to a family member, close friend or someone else that you trust who has knowledge and experience in regards to purchasing a new car.
How the Hyundai Ioniq Ditched Its Traditional 12V Lead-Acid Starter Battery
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Tips for Buying a High-Mileage Used Car
Sonya Etchison/Hemerea/Thinkstock CARS.COM — Buying a high-mileage used car presents a number of unknowns: Has it been in an accident ? How was it used for the last 100,000 miles? Was maintenance performed? Is it a good deal ? These questions are best answered by finding the right car as well as the right seller, and Cars.com has resources to help you do that. Below, you'll find advice to prepare you for shopping for a high-mileage used car and a handy list of factors to consider How to Inspect a Used Car Used cars are more popular than ever, and they're also as durable and maintenance-free as ever thanks to engineering strides. There's a ton of value in the used-car market, but there's still much to be mindful of when buying a car…
How to Test Drive a Used Car
Buying a car is an exciting prospect, but there are a lot of steps to follow, and to protect your wallet, you don’t want to take shortcuts on any of them.