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Used cars is a big part of the Indian Automobile Industry and its going to continue to keep growing. Used cars are pre-owned or second hand cars, that have been previously owned by one or more owners. These cars are sold to franchisees, dealerships or car outlets.
Buying a preowned car gives the buyer a chance to save on the investment on the car while also being able to choose the car that best suits his needs. Second hand cars in today’s times are very well maintained and a lot of times the buyer may be able to find a car that is in a ‘as good as new’ condition. Purchasing a used car can be extremely affordable as well as help in saving on the added expenses of a new car too. The insurance premium on second hand cars is far lesser due to the depreciation in the cost of the car.
Used cars when purchased from an authorized dealership would come with an added warranty which further instills a sense of security. Not just this, the authorized dealership would also completely inspect that car and certify it too. This transparency would also bring a sense of assurance to the buyer. When the customer is purchasing a second hand car, they are already aware of the cost that they may or not may not have to incur in the future, thus reducing the chances of unforeseen expenses.
While purchasing a used car can be cost effective because the price of the car is far lesser than, when the buyer buys a new car and the depreciation on the car has already taken place. This purchase would also give the buyer room to upgrade sooner than when purchasing a new car. Finance schemes on second hand cars are better too.
However, some might feel that buying a used car can be a risky business, but if the right procedure of enquiry and inspection are followed, this purchase can end up being one of the most practical investment. The options are limited in second hand cars but more often than not, the buyer is able to find what suits them best and what they are looking for. The number of buyers for used cars is increasing and rightfully so. The reliability factor on used cars is far more than it used to be and the advantages outweigh the disadvantages by a mile.
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