Buying a Car?

Bought a car with a manufacturing defect? See what you can do.

Added 4 March 2016 by

Manufacturing defects appear in every factory; automotive industry is not an exception. The chance of encountering one does not depend on the price, either: even premium cars do not guarantee perfect manufacturing. This article will tell you what to do if you discover a manufacturing defect in your newly bought car and how to check the car for such defects in the comfort of your own home.
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Buying a Car?

What price to sell your car at: 5 useful tips

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If you are selling your car, sooner or later you will need to decide on its price. This is an important decision; after all, too high a price will reduce the number of potential buyers, and if you make it too low, you simply won’t earn as much as the car is worth. How to decide on the price, then? Here are professional tips to help you make the price attractive both for you and the buyer.
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Buying a Car?

Buying/selling a car in winter: is it worth it?

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General opinion has it that when it comes to buying/selling a second-hand car, no season is worse than winter. Consider the weather conditions that make it impossible to carefully examine the car or, if you are selling, to present all its features to the buyer. Why do some people say that they have made their best purchases in winter, then? Who is right? Is buying and selling second-hand cars in winter really worth the trouble?
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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Added 23 December 2015 by

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On the occasion of approaching Christmas. We wish everyone, happiness, joy and luck.

Let the lives not only professional, but also private abounds in professional success, and always brings satisfaction.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

autoDNA team thanking You for going cooperation.

Cars

ATTENTION, new service actions in autoDNA.com reports

Added 17 December 2015 by

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Every byuer of a second-hand car knows how important it is to check vehicle history for accidents, mileage and appearance in police databases but did you know that you should also find out as much as you can about the service history? After all, if it turns out the manufacturer was carrying out large-scale service actions in the last few years, it is worth making sure the previous owner took proper care to remove the manufacturing defects.

Service actions may involve different parts of the car, such as lights, air bags, pedals or electrical components. While some defects are serious enough to pose a serious threat to the safety of the driver and other road users (these must be removed), others are simply irritating.
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