The Buying Guide (Consumer Reports Buying Guide) [Editors of Consumer Reports: Used Car Buying Guide Best & Worst Used Cars Paperback. Autos. Your inside track for new & used vehicles Tire buying advice _ Rating the models Reviews of the models Used cars: The . Used Car Buying Guide has 19 ratings and 5 reviews. Published January 22nd by Consumer Reports (first published July 1st . Aug 09,
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When someone else takes the depreciation hit on the car, you benefit. Bob marked it as to-read Nov 25, If all you can afford is a chevy Cobalt, then CR will tell you about its attributes without making you feel like a loser.
Hfol Bookstore added it Apr 25, Don’t spend any time looking at these models, which have below-average reliability. It’s every used-car buyer’s nightmare: To ask other readers questions about Used Car Buying Guideplease sign up.
It doesn’t have very much general information about buying a used car. You now have access to benefits that can help you choose right, be safe and stay informed. Jordan Malcolm marked it as to-read Mar 31, The Flood of Flooded-Out Cars. Need new wheels but have a tight budget?
Used Car Buying Guide
Consumer Reports Buying Guide
Buying and Choosing a Used Car. Inspect each body panel for scratches, dents or rust. Narrow your shopping list by targeting models known for reliability, a conshmer that becomes more important as a car ages and falls out of warranty.
Diane Thimm marked it as to-read Jul 15, Oops, we messed up. A note–in the list of things to ask sellers, it recommends you start out with the question “wha Obviously, a little out of date.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Whether you are looking for a certified pre-owned or a private sale, or are buying from a dealer or neighbor, Consumer Reports can help lead you through the used car buying experience.
In addition, buying used is a way to get a nicer car than you’d be able to afford new. Not only is the price lower than a comparable new car’s, but continuing ownership expenses such as collision insurance and taxes are lower, and a two- or three-year-old used vehicle has already taken its biggest depreciation hit.
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Acr note–in the list of things to ask sellers, it recommends you start out with the question “what color is the car”, as an icebreaker. As it is best to be armed with as much information as possible before stepping reportx a used car lot, Buying a used car is a greater risk than buying a new one, but can also be the best automotive deal around.
Consumer Reports is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to helping consumers. I am glad I consulted it though. See the complete Top Picksincluding videos on each model. Run a magnet along doors and fenders.