Cheaply Popular or Expensively Exclusive? - Used Car Buying Guide
October 25, 2016 at 3:40 PM
Looking for a cheaper used car as opposed to an expensive new car? You'll quickly discover that there are a number of advantages with buying a good used car and of course the cheaper price tag is one. In buying used cars, make certain that you know the service history of the car.
Where To Look
One of the best places to start looking for a good used car is online. In the space of an hour you will have discovered a host of cheap certified cars which come with finance. These days car auctions are also worth investigating and the prices are known to be particularly low. Many of these cars are still in an excellent condition.
Visiting car dealers can be exciting too and you can get some pretty good deals. Yes, looking at cars from online dealers is all about convenience, but sometimes it is nice to actually see the cars to get a good idea of what you can expect. Before they display used cars, they will have gone through a thorough check up and you can still test drive the vehicle so you know how it handles on busy city streets as well as on the open highways. You can also get the vehicle identification number of the car you want, and this will help you with finding out if the car has been in an accident and how many people have owned it.
Cheaply Popular or Expensively Exclusive?
If you've got some money, you can even own a 2nd hand Lamborghini and drive a stylish car like this at a fraction of the price of a new one. You'll come across the names of car you didn't know existed too. Let's look at some of them -
●Lykan HyperSport - this super car was built in Lebanon with a top speed of 240mph. The car has a 3.8-liter flat 6 twin-turbocharged engine and a 7 speed dual-clutch gearbox.
●1972 Mazerati Bora - a super car with a V8, 4ohc 4.7 litre engine. Top speed is 157mph. Like other new generation supercars, it was mid engined with an impressive 340lb of torque.
●1953 Triumph TR2 - the TR2 wasn't the sleekest of sports cars but made up for that with drivability on road and track. The chunkily attractive Triumph was a major success with 100mph performance.
●1912 Hispano-Suiza Alfonso - the first production sports car in Europe the delicate looking bodywork disguises a rugged chassis design. The lightness of the car makes for good handling and underneath lies a powerful 3.6 litre engine.
●Peugeot RCZ R- a European car not for the U.S. market - a sleek coupe with a 1.6 litre turbo charged 4-cylinder engine that give 270 horsepower.
●Lamborghini Miura - with racing car performance and limousine luxury, this Italian super car with wind-cheating aerodynamics gets it to a top speed of 170mph. Lamborghini sold just 760 of these Miuras and was replaced with the Countach.
●Cadillac Allante - a super luxury specialist 2-seater with soft top and sporty Italian styling. In terms of performance the Allante only claims a top speed in the region of 120mph.
Your car needn't be just a means to get from A to B. With the mixture of cars built to satisfy every whim, with a 'used' label attached to it, the serious motoring enthusiast can have a car they might never have dreamed about.
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