Buying used over new offers a great cost saving alternative, not only on the initial price, but also on the sharp depreciation in value associated with your next purchase.
Purchasing from a private seller offers a price advantage over dealer cars, however, they should come with a service manual that specifies the recommended service intervals and vehicle service history. This ensures the optimum long-term reliability whilst also maintaining the best resale value.
It is also preferable that the vehicle has been serviced regularly by an authorised service centre. The service record should be stamped by the dealership servicing the car.
The service record ensures potential buyers that the vehicle has been well looked after, and that they don't inherit any mechanical problems because of a poor maintenance record.
Many popular manufacturers are represented throughout Australia by authorised dealership networks. These dealership networks are often supported by excellent service facilities.
Cars sold through a recognised dealership usually offer a warranty (covering the first 3 months of purchase), so in the event of an unforeseen mechanical fault or breakdown, your car will be repaired at no expense to you.
Some dealerships will have their used car inventory certified by the manufacturer with extended warranty. This provides assurance to potential buyers that their vehicles have been properly inspected by authorised dealership representative.
Find new and used cars on Euro DB Automotive, a fresh, new destination for buying or selling new and used cars online.
You're sure to find exactly what you're looking for, from small or medium cars, to large SUV's and people movers; EuroDB Automotive will keep you motoring.