Advice and Tips // 30 August 2013
Buying a new car is always an exciting time whether it’s brand new or simply new to you. It’s always a tricky decision whether to buy a new car or whether to opt for a second-hand vehicle and the choice is often entirely personal or lead by financial constraints. Buying a brand new car from a dealership comes with the obvious benefits of having zero miles on the clock, a warranty and the all-important ‘new car smell’. Despite these factors, many buyers are put off by the rate of which the value depreciates as soon as you leave the forecourt.
If you time it right you can bag yourself a perfect, nearly-new, second hand vehicle for a slice of the forecourt price, but don’t be caught out by rogue sellers. According to AA Cars, a third of their members confessed to feeling misled when assessing the history of a used car.
So what can you do to avoid feeling like this? A simple HPI check can avoid buying a car that:
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