- Selling Tips
- Buying Tips
- Guide to find the right car for you
Effective Pricing of Your Vehicle
There is no point to advertise your vehicle if it is priced incorrectly. If the price is too high you will probably receive no enquiries. On the other hand, underpricing your vehicle can restrict your buying options for your next vehicle not to mention losing a lot of hard earned dollars.
Search used car listings for the pricing of same model cars.
Research Dealership pricing.
Be more competitive and take the advantage of our “Hot Deals”
You can determinate your vehicle value with our Glass’s guide
Effective Preparation of Your Vehicle
Clean your car thoroughly yourself or alternately, have it detailed by a professional.
Make sure the car has been serviced and inspected by qualified mechanic.
Provide vehicle history, if available, or suggest free vehicle inspection by appropriate service provider specialising with vehicle inspection reports. Contact email@example.com if unable to locate such providers in your areas. Please inform us of what service you are interested in and your locations.
Photos of your vehicle should be as clear as possible, preferably taken during day under plenty of sunlight. Include a variety of shots to visually describe your vehicle to potential buyers as much as possible.
All amenities that your vehicle includes such as sunroof, heated seats, alloy wheels and many others should be included. Don’t forget to include other features in different categories such as safety, efficiency and comfort that also will help you sale the vehicle faster.
Is the car still under finance? Are there any mechanical unresolved issues requiring attention? Those are some of the other items worth including in your ad to help selling the vehicle.
How to find the Buyer
Make sure you provided current contact details. Also consider your availability during the selling period. You may have to include additional telephone numbers to increase your chances. Include other contact details, such as e-mail address. Be as honest as possible when answering buyer’s enquiries. You should encourage potential buyer to have a look and test-drive your vehicle.
Euro DB Group Pty Ltd will not provide your e-mail address to anyone to protect you from unwanted spam e-mails. However, we will forward buyers e-mail enquiries directly to you.
- First step is selecting the best car to meet your needs
- How much can you really spend? Set your budget
- Research, Research, Research different models within your selected criteria
- Review and compare pricing using our FREE vehicle valuation services
- Review and compare your finance options, get pre-approval
- Review and compare Insurance for different models to find the one that suit you best
- Find the car/s. Often it’s best to select multiple vehicles form number of dealers to increase your purchase chances and eliminate disappointments
- Contact the Dealer/s and prearrange for inspection/test drive
- Ask, ask and ask about the vehicle history, service books, etc...
- Prearrange for independent inspection by a third party service provider
- Check vehicle VIN number of whether the vehicle is clear of any encumbrances.
- Always inspect the vehicle early in the morning before the vehicle has been started as its most likely that any mechanical problems would be audible during the first 4-5 minutes of idle time
- Ask about vehicle usual parking spot as this will show any oil residue from oil leaks
- Inspect vehicle panel gaps for variation as this could be a warning signs of previous damage
- Be as open as you can be when purchasing from a dealership to ensure suitable package can be tailored to suit your needs. Often experienced dealerships can provide you with attractive finance/insurance solution; overcome any burdens that would otherwise restrict you from purchase.
- Have the vehicle inspected by qualified mechanic
- Ask the seller about their realistic price expectations
- Don’t pay for the vehicle, or provide partial deposits until you are satisfied with the vehicle, it’s condition, price and any other information considered important
Guide to find the right car for you.
What car should you choose?
There are many different types of vehicles available in today’s competitive market. They usually perform simular functions across the board but depending on real purpose there are some significant distinctive features that separate them into different categories
- Small car
- Large Cars ( including station wagons)
- MPV (multi purpose vehicle)
- SUV (sport utility vehicle, 4WD)
All of these cars offer simular functionality, however, depending on class, and specific purpose, these types vehicles can differentiate in areas of space, fuel economy, performance, manoeuvrability and towing capabilities.
You should consider the following before selecting a vehicle
- How much can you borrow
- How much are you willing to spend
- What type of vehicle will best suit you
- How much will it cost to keep on the road
Other important facts to consider
- Car distinctive features
- Fuel type
This should be further evaluated as many cars, even though they are design to perform equally well within it’s given environment, will differentiate to some degree that could make the process of owning one very enjoyable or vice versa quite disappointing.
Will it fit, will it perform at or above expectations, will it provide enough accommodation, will it cost a small fortune to run, will it attract enough attention etc…
You can find useful, user-friendly additional tools on our main page helping you with your next purchase. Regardless if purchasing new or used, those tools should provide assistance with understanding your new vehicle whilst providing additional information on history of that vehicle.