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Thursday, April 10, 2008

Car hunting

Our current car is too small for us already. My sis owns a Kenari but to fit 3 not-so-thin people at the back, it is not spacious enough. So we are currently car hunting but just look around as we are not in a rush to have a new car. Until, of course I begin my Uni life and drive too.

In Malaysia, you will need your friends or go around car dealers to look at the cars, listen to professional and personal advices and then search around for the color, the price and the condition that you can tolerate or accept. This will in fact take up lots of time because it is not that easy to get the car you want, the color you want, the condition that is acceptable and at a reasonable price.

We opt for used car because we believe that buying a brand new car is not worth it. It is very common for people in Malaysia to change their car often because some enjoys buying new cars and changing them all the time, the rich people I mean.

I find this website where they deal with
used cars a cool one because BuyYourCar.co.uk has a simple to use Search. All you have to do is type in the make and model of the car you’re looking for as well as a few other options like colour, price range, location and who you would prefer to buy from: a private owner or a dealer (or both!) and you are on your way to find your dream car.

You can also choose how you want the results to be sorted: by Latest Offers, Distance, Lowest or Highest Prices which is very convenient because by knowing the distance the car has travelled, you can compare and see if the price is worth it. That's what we are doing now.

By offering the cheapest prices available for any used car online, BuyYourCar.co.uk is able to guarantee that they offer very competitive rates.

They even provide their Buying Advice section which features excellent advice on what to ask the seller (i.e., Why are you selling the vehicle? Are you the original owner? How many miles on the clock?), how to inspect
used cars both before and after a test drive (there are nine points pre-test drive and at least seven points post-test drive: best advice is to look at the car during the daytime and to also listen for any strange sounds as well as to paying attention to any unusual smells!), safe buying tips and as if that weren’t enough, they also provide you with an 18 points buyer’s checklist! These are very important when you buy used cars because we have to check the whole history in order not to be bombarded with problems in future.

Now, buying car is a lot more easier. Too bad they are not in Malaysia. It's a very good one you know?

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