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Before You Buy a Car
Being prepared is often the best defense against getting taken by a chevy car dealer or buying a bad lemon. Before you begin looking for a car at a Chevrolet dealer or from a private party, decide what auto features you need to have and how much you can afford to purchase. Always compare Chevrolet dealer prices with prices from private parties in your area to find the best deal. Pricing will vary a lot depending on the condition and age of the used vehicle so be sure to review details such as mileage, maintenance records, tire tread, and it's smart to have a local mechanic check out the car before you buy. We have access to Chevrolet dealers and private party asking prices so you can make the best deal.
Notice of Warranty
All Chevrolet car dealers are required by law to tell buyers whether a used car is being sold with or without a auto warranty. Used car dealers in must clearly display this information on windows of their used cars. The buyer's guide should location on of the following: "AS IS" -- the vehicle does not have a warranty and the seller is under no obligation for repairs; or "WARRANTY" -- the vehicle has a warranty, and the window form must list how long and exactly what parts and services are covered. The buyer's guide becomes part of the contract at the time of the sale, and any guarantees listed on it override any restrictions in the contract. If you don't see the buyer's guide in the car window, ask to see it before you agree to buy a car from the Chevrolet car dealer.
Shopping For A Used Car
Many people sell their used cars themselves. Buying from a private party often means paying a lower price than you can get from a Chevrolet dealer. Often buying from a private party means you can learn the car's complete repair history, but private party sales don't usually come with a warranty. Chevrolet dealers, on the other hand, may offer services such as financing or warranties that can assist you in buying the car you really want. Whether you buy directly from a private party or from a dealer , never buy a used car without: taking it for a test drive, taking it to a mechanic of your choosing or have a mechanic visit the lot for a presale inspection. If the seller won't let you do either of these, do not buy the car.