According to autoDNA, a leading provider of online vehicle history reports, a 100 km difference in mileage may mean up to 28,5 k PLN of difference in prices of the same model. The newer the car, the bigger the profit when the odometer is clocked.
A second-hand vehicle bought at a dealer’s: a new autodna.com cycle, part 7
Opel is one of the most popular car brands in Poland. Audi may not be as common but the Polish drivers really like the A4 and A6. Say, you want to buy a second hand Insignia for 170 k PLN or a pre-owned Audi that has extended warranty; how would you look for the best deal? Find the answers in our dedicated post.
A second-hand vehicle bought at a dealer’s: a new autodna.com cycle, part 4
Importers aren’t the only parties that offer vehicles with certificates or warranty. Such cars can also be bought from the brand dealers, regular second-hand car dealers, and leasing companies. Despite the presence of the official, “centralised” programmes, some dealers organize their own sales programmes. They are mostly based on second-hand vehicles left at a dealer’s in order to get a discount for the new ones being bought. Leasing companies mainly offer ex fleet cars. These are usually 3-4 years old cars with diesel engines and mileage exceeding 100,000 km.
If you’re wondering which second-hand car is a better deal: one that comes from an individual seller, or one that comes from a company owning a whole fleet of vehicles, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll demonstrate the pros and cons of the latter; in fact, we’ll even give you our verdict!
A second-hand vehicle bought at a dealer’s: a new autodna.com cycle, part 2
Autodna.com blog is pleased to announce a new cycle of features regarding the purchase of second-hand vehicles from abroad. We’re writing about the purchase programmes offered by the official importers and authorized dealers of the most popular brands. In the previous article we’ve looked at the pros and cons of buying cars this way, and this time we will check where the used cars offered by dealers come from. The origin of the car is very important when making a purchase decision. Buyers prefer trustworthy sources and vehicles with a proven history. At a dealer’s you may come across such offers, too, but then again you’ll also see some other ones which are closer to the standards you’d expect from a regular used car salesman and not one that officially represents a brand. The reason is obvious: the second-hand cars offered by the dealer can come from several different sources.