The statement about “would you trust a second hand car salesman” might be apocryphal but such widely held beliefs do usually contain an element of truth. A brand new car that has never been driven can have faults and even a fault free vehicle can develop some once it starts to be driven. Therefore, whether you call it a pre-owned, pre-driven, secondhand, or Used Ford in Hickory Hills, it is hard to assess at first sight whether or not it has any faults. An “enthusiastic” salesperson will be out to close a sale and will be doing their best to convince you that the vehicle is, indeed, fault free. The less knowledgeable you are about automobiles, the greater is the degree of trust that you must give to the salesperson.
What Guarantees Are Available To The Buyer?
Things like trade descriptions and consumer protection regulations do not really apply when you are buying anything previously owned and utilized by someone else. This is particularly so when you buy a motor vehicle directly from its current owner. This is very much an “as is – where is” deal and it is up to you to judge the value of what you are buying. Purchasing from some sort of secondhand car dealer can give you some protection. The vehicle may cost more this way but dealerships can come under scrutiny and have to maintain certain standards to stay in business (if only to protect their reputation and, hopefully, get your repeat custom).
This is your safest way to get a good Used Ford in Hickory Hills because you will be buying a model that has a known service history and has been recently checked over and had its defects fixed. The dealer will even give you a warranty on such vehicles. Maybe you will not find one right on your doorstep but the warranty alone would be worth going the extra mile for.
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