4 Useful Sites That Can Help In Buying A Used Car

Purchasing a used car can be a risky decision. Your friend might actually tell you not to buy a used car from someone who can’t show you pieces of evidence about the routine maintenance services for the vehicle he’s/she’s selling. Those pieces of evidence will tell you how the previous owner took care of that car.

However, you don’t need to ask the seller about those receipts. There are other ways that can tell whether or not such car is worth the price.

Here’s a list of sites that can help you make the right choice in purchasing a used car.

1. Edmunds

Edmunds

Edmunds

Whether you’re looking for a Honda, Hyundai or Lexus, Edmunds’ experts can help you decide. In here, you’ll find some tools to assist you in getting to know more about the car you’re planning to purchase. You just need to click on its make, model and its year and all pieces of information you want to know will be displayed. This will include review, safety information, fuel economy information, a list of such models in your area (not available in the Philippines), and other details.

Because almost everything is discussed here, it’s always a must-go-to site when learning about the car you’re planning to purchase.

2. Consumerreports

Consumer Reports

Consumer Reports

It’s a website designed to empower consumers in protecting themselves against scammers. In here, you’ll find unbiased opinion about everything, including cars. You just have to go to its Cars category and you’ll find buying guides for both new and used vehicles. When you sign-up for its newsletter, you’ll receive further information about the makes and models of different cars, including the site’s top-rated vehicles list.

3. Kelly Blue Book

Kelley-Blue-Book

Kelley-Blue-Book

Is the price fair based on the vehicle’s condition? This site can help you dig deeper. It’ll help you find out about what to expect on a particular model and make. Is price A worth it for the condition of the car? Apart from the price, it’ll also give you information about specs and reviews regarding a particular model and make. You’ll read some listings of cars that are for sale in your area (Philippines not included).

4. Fuelly

Fuelly

Fuelly

What kind of fuel economy can you get out of purchasing, say, Honda Civic or Hyundai Atoz? Fuelly can tell you that information. In here, vehicle owners can log in their vehicles and enter their miles per gallon each time they fill-up. All data are collected to give you details on what to expect. The details are pretty accurate, we can say.

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