How to buy second hand cars

Blog Posted on:-October 5, 2015 Categories:- news

I am sure you must have got a shock when anyone suggested you to buy a used car. Isn’t it? There are so much problems with used cars. Right? After purchasing the car, what can I do if found that the odometer was rolled back? My answer is “you can return the car to the seller and get your full amount back”. Surprised? But it is true. CarSangrah.com gives you 5 days money back guarantee on used cars. So the problem reduce to how to find a perfect used car. In the era of advanced information technology, it is not difficult to find a used car with no fraud. Now I will make it simpler by giving some important points to be considered to find a perfect used car deal.

1. Decide make and model
Used car model should be selected based on your budget and requirements. Best method is to first fix a budget and then find some cars which you like to own within your budget.

2. KMs completed
It is better to buy a car which has run around 10,000 KMs. As the depreciation in price has already reached to some level while performance of the car will not reduce in this time. Generally, some rich people will buy and sell new cars for their status. Others can utilize this process.

3. Fuel efficiency
Running cost of the car depends on fuel efficiency of the car which is very important to consider before buying the car. It depends on fuel type (petrol, diesel or CNG etc.). You should opt for petrol car if your annual running is below 10,000 KMs.

So, you have found your car, now you have to search for it. Follow these steps to locate your car.

1. Search for your used cars online at CarSangrah.
2. Make payment online or offline.
3. Get doorstep delivery.
4. Keep, drive, and inspect the car for upto five days.
5. If you are satisfied, your money will be transferred to seller and all papers will be transferred in your name.
6. In case you are not satisfied, your money will be returned to you and car will be returned to seller.

That’s it.
Congratulations!
Happy driving.

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