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Tips For Buying Or Selling A Used Car...

11 February 2015, 07:05 PM

In this money inflation era, not everyone can afford a car that suits his needs. That is why; selling and buying used cars in India has exponentially increased. This article will help you in this process by providing used car buying tips and used car selling tips in India.

  1. Used car buying tips

  • First and foremost, categorise the vehicle you want to buy. You can categorise the car on the basis of its price, brand and conditions, etc. Once you have completed this step, the next thing you should do is to do some research to find the appropriate car.

  • By now, it is expected that you have found your dream car. If, by chance, you could not find it, it is better to increase your area of research. You can also try to increase your expected expenditure range.

  • Research about the history of the vehicle and its last owner. The reason for this is very basic. What if the car was stolen? What if some day police approached you enquiring about the last owner? It is your duty to do a thorough research.

  • Negotiate the price. Once you have given a green card to the vehicle (after research), you can fix a meeting with the seller and fix the price of the used car.

  • Check all the legal documents. That’s the final and perhaps one of the most important steps.

  1. Used car selling tips

One can find many used cars in India and these tips can be followed for a hassle-free transaction.

  • Most of the used car selling tips in India will be same as that in the case of buying a used car.

  • Create your car’s profile. This should include the distance travelled, condition of the exterior and interior of the car, etc.

  • Collect all the legal documents. Any missing or incomplete legal paper can prove to be a very big problem for you.

  • Post the expected price of the car and complete profile of the car, etc. on some online portal or contact your friends and family members to make sure that you are not selling your car in a lesser price.

  • Request for all the legal documents from the seller for police verification. This is a very important step. Don’t ignore this. Trust is very important, but blind trust is foolishness.

  • Negotiate price, submit all the legal documents of the car to the seller and close the deal. Also, ensure that you have some legal written proof of the monetary transaction. This may prove to be handy in the future.


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