Trustedsaskatoon.com Auto tips
What is next now that you have found a car that interests you?
The first and cheapest thing is to do is to take the car for a test drive. Most people have a general idea of how a car should behave. If something feels or sounds wrong to you, this is usually a good indication that you should walk away. If the vehicle seems fine, take down the VIN (vehicle identification number) that you will find at the bottom of the windshield or in the door jam.
What can I do with the VIN number?
With this number in hand, you can get the vehicle history by visiting sgi.sk.ca . This will give you a good indication about any claims that have been made on this vehicle. If the above-mentioned avenue doesn't work out, a VIN history search can be done at Carfax for $150.00. At this point, you should have an excellent idea of what the car you are interested in is worth. You can therefore negotiate yourself a price with the seller. As best as you can, try and have basic arguments as to why the price might be too high: visual damage on the car, higher than average mileage (based on your research), condition of tires or interior.
What's the biggest mistake buyers make?
When you find a vehicle you like, and it drives nice, and the price is good, and you like the dealer, Then you should buy it. To many times people think they just wanna think about it, and they leave the lot, just to let another buyer come along a swoops it up. I don't know why, but that's the way it happens. A vehicle can sit for months on the lot, but as soon as one person is interested in it, you can count on at least 2 - 3 more people making a call or stopping in to see it!
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