Buying a Car?

Odometer clocking: how much can you lose?

Added 10 June 2021 by

Every deleted kilometre is worth up a few cents. This is how much you lose if you buy one of the popularly clocked models such as a Volkswagen Passat or Opel Astra. This may not be a lot of money but the calculation is simple: with every 100,000 km of clocked mileage, the car is sold at a few dozen thousand more than it’s actually worth.

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Buying a Car?

Honest trader versus grey economy dishonest car trader

Added 17 May 2021 by

When you’re looking for a good university to study at, you’ll read public press rankings that list best private and public schools. When you’re looking for a good bank to keep your money in, you’ll read rankings in the specialised press. How do you look for a good dealer of second-hand cars, though?

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Buying a Car?

No more hiding the truth in car ads

Added 10 May 2021 by

“Modern car sale ads must be transparent and must not lie. This is how they should stand out from hundreds or even thousands of similar ads. Buyers can’t waste time reading almost identical descriptions; that’ll make them lose their motivation to search altogether.”

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