Tips for Buying a Used Car


The used car market has done incredible lately. When the economy goes down, used car sales go up. This is for good reason too. I am a firm believer that purchasing a used vehicle is smarter than buying new 99% of the time. Is it risky? Sure it is. Most things that could potentially provide huge benefits are. But if done the right way, risk can be minimized and rewards can be maximized.  Buying used instead of new can literally save you thousands of dollars. And I don’t know about you, but I could use thousands of dollars for all sorts of things, like buying another motorcycle, or maybe a snowmobile, or a four-wheeler or some other fun toy. Or maybe to pay rent. Anyways, the point is, if you’re willing to put in a little bit of effort and follow these simple tips, you’ll be driving a very reliable used car before you know it.


Tip #1- Do your research! Decide what kind of car you want before you just go out and buy what seems like a good deal. I don’t just mean what type of car either, like compact car, or minivan, I’m talking make and model such as Ford Taurus or Toyota Camry. If you don’t know exactly what make and model you want then go test drive a few and figure out which one fits your wants, needs, and budget best. If you can’t narrow it down to one then narrow it down to two or three.

Tip #2- Look online! There’s an endless supply of websites devoted to selling cars. Some of the bigger ones are cars.com and autotrader.com. While these are great they’re typically flooded with dealers trying to sell cars. Try to find a website that caters to your local area. Usually the smaller more local websites will let sellers list their cars for free so there are many more private sellers, which means better deals.  For instance, here in Utah ksl.com is very well known for their classifieds section, and I personally have purchased 5 vehicles that I found on their website. All of which I got a great deal on.


Tip #3- Ask a million questions. Ok, maybe not a million, but a lot. For example, some good questions to ask include:

Why are you selling the car?
How long have you owned the car?
How many owners has the car had?
Has the car had regular maintenance?
Do you have proof of the maintenance?

The more questions you ask the better idea you’ll have as to the car’s history and how well it’s actually been taken care of. This will greatly reduce your chances of buying a “lemon”.

Tip #4- Find a mechanic. One of the best ways to prevent buying a car that will break down 5 minutes after you purchased it is to have a mechanic look at it before you buy it. Many places will charge a minor fee to do a quick overview of the car and make sure there are no major problems with it. This may seem like a bad idea to spend money on a car you don’t even own yet, but in the long run you’ll be happy you did.

Tip #5- Last but not least, negotiate, negotiate, negotiate! When you finally do find that “perfect” car don’t simply pay what the seller is asking. One of the best ways to get a great deal on a used car is to negotiate! Sellers always ask more than they’re actually willing to take. They do this on purpose to leave a little room for negotiation. So don’t just hand them your hard earned money without trying to bargain for a better price. When you finally do come to an agreement you’ll be happy you got a good deal and the seller will be glad the car is sold.


I’ve bought my fair share of used cars and by following these simple yet effective tips I’ve been able to save thousands of dollars and drive good reliable used vehicles. So next time you go to purchase a car remember these tips and you’ll be able to spend the money you saved on that toy you’ve been dreaming of lately. Or rent, of course.

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  1. Hey CarAddit34!

    I like this page - similar to mine in the link. I go into the negotiating aspect of things a little deeper.

    You do a great job and especially for not having a commercial interest.

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  2. It would be good thing to play it cool when you negotiate. Primarily, try to look for a vehicle that has options and packages that you know the dealer doesn’t have in their inventory to let them think you want that kind of vehicle right away. They would, of course, make a counter offer of a car that is closest to that; “reluctantly” listen to their offer of an alternative vehicle that just so happens to be the car you really want. Since it would look like you are making a big compromise, make the salesman meet you on your terms to settle for the car cost. ;)

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  3. Leisa,
    Thanks for the addition to this post! It sounds like you really know your stuff and your negotiation tips are great.

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  4. Same here! Leisa looks like she really knows her stuff. : ) I would want to add that you must also be able to test drive the car you are eyeing. Along with a mechanic, test driving would help you get a closer inspection on the “life” of the car – how it feels when it is being driven, how it sounds and smells like, and how the engine is performing.
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  5. Well you have to search the market rate first so that it is easy for you to know the target price at a max for the used car you wish to buy.

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  6. Negotiation is an art that requires confidence. Do not be timid to ask and haggle. Always risk asking if the price can still be lowered; it wouldn’t hurt you anyway because you are a costumer. I always go by “you wouldn’t know unless you try,” so try to politely nag them out until they have reasonably lowered the price for you. :D

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    1. I completely agree Naomi! A lot of times people will have some wiggle room in their asking price for negotiating, but if you never ask for the lower price you'll never get it.

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  7. Always try to be polite and careful with your words when you negotiate. This would definitely be a hard thing to do, considering that negotiations often bring out the aggressiveness in people. Just remember that people would want to help you out when you have a pleasing nature. Being civil and mannered will earn you points, but do not be a pushover.

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    1. This is extremely important too. I know whenever I've sold a vehicle I'm much more open to negotiating when the buyer is polite and reasonable. When people are too pushy and forceful it makes me more defensive and stubborn with my asking price.

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  8. Timing would also be a relevant factor. Try to assess if you are timing your negotiations right. It would be hard to negotiate when you are in a hurry, or when your dealer has a lot of customers in the showroom that he also needs to entertain. So observe on what days there is a rush of people in the dealership. This would often be on a Saturday and when there is a low volume of people. Try to free your schedule on a day you’d expect to have a low volume of people, so you can have the dealer’s full attention.

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  33. I am in a pretty sticky situation. Car that won't go and no dough. I have been trying to figure out what to do because I need a car but I don't have a lot of money to go buy a new one. After reading this, I'm thinking there's hope if I sell my old car to a junkyard and use the money towards a new (used) one. http://mngautosalesinc.com/about-us.html

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  36. I wouldn't mind selling my old car to get a newer one. Something used but in good condition would be just wonderful. I just hope that I wouldn't have to get a loan, or pay too much out of pocket, to do it.
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  37. I really like your point about having a mechanic look at the car before you buy. Just this last year, we got sucked into a deal where the car was not in as good of shape as we hoped. Unfortunately we signed a deal that lead us into no protection from the previous owner. I think if you are looking at used car sales, choose a dealership which you trust.

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  38. I always buy used cars, but did not realize the importance of taking the car to a mechanic before purchasing or think to decide exactly what I want before going in. These tips are great since I was planning on buying a new used car this month. I will be sure to do my research before I visit my local dealer! http://www.jhautosales.com/inventory.aspx

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  39. I have been shopping for a used car for a while now. It makes me happy reading your blog, I did a lot of the process right! It's my first time buying a car from someone I don't know.

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  45. Great tips. My younger brother is buying his first (used) car, so this advice will probably be helpful to him. I'll pass this along. Glad to know that the process can be so simple. Thiago | http://www.gagelsautosales.com

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  46. The best thing to do when buying used cars and used parts is to ask the seller directly. If they lie about something, then don't transact with them ever again.

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  47. I've been thinking about selling my current car and getting a newer one. I probably wouldn't be able to afford a brand new one, but something used that's a few years old should be possible. It would just be nice to have something that runs better than what I've got now.
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  62. Cars typically lose quite a bit of value the moment they leave the dealership. You can find often find a fairly new car for much less than a brand new car. In many cases, it's worth the risks to buy a used car.
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