Cheap Used Car

Written by Abby Luttrell
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You're going to have to do some homework if you want to buy a cheap used car. The best way to start out is to consult a guide to used cars, such as the Edmunds and Kelley Blue Book. These books will give you an idea of what the used car or used truck you are interested in is worth, the "Blue Book" value.

How To Find a Cheap Used Car

To buy a used car from a dealership, without doing any homework or checking the deals available on the Internet, is like throwing away money. Instead, you should go to recommended used car dealers on the web and find out what cars they have to offer, and what their prices are. You can go to competing websites to get a general sense of how much the particular make or model of car you want is going for.

After you've gotten your comparison quotes from at least three used car dealers online, you're ready to deal. Armed with this information, you should home in on the specific used car or truck you want. The recommended dealers on the web are open to negotiation, and it will be much easier than running all over town and haggling with various salesmen.

Online used car dealers can put facts and figures before you easily, and negotiation is streamlined. You know what you want, and you can put in a bid without being persuaded or pressured. At the conclusion of your deal, you will know you got the cheapest used car available for the price you wanted, with a maximum of convenience and a minimum of hassle.


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