First, research the car youíre looking for in terms of features, options and price. If you can, read owner surveys about this particular model and make note of any problems that seem to surface. Also remember to stick to a budget, but be realistic. Youíre not going to find a nice Ferrari for 10 grand but still, provided you take your time, you might be surprised at what comes along.The internet offers almost limitless choice when it comes to car shopping, though generally when itís time to buy, private sellers and small, independent dealers, particularly those in more rural areas often offer better cars and lower prices than most big franchise dealers.Next you need to figure out exactly what the vehicle is like, so schedule an appointment to examine it and take a test drive.Open and close the doors, hood and trunklid. If they donít seem to close easily, then chances are the vehicle has been repaired. Look for signs of dampness in the trunk and interior, particularly on the floors, which can mean water leaks and potential rust problems, often caused by poor accident repairs.
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