When you are buying a used car it no longer means you have to traipse around town at used car dealerships to get an idea of the best models and prices. Nowadays there are some great websites where you can do exactly that from the comfort of your armchair. Read on to learn more.
Autotrader.com comes with great tools to select the model, make and price of the used car you are looking for. You can also choose to view results but by numerous specifications including fuel economy, a navigation system that is intuitive as well as a (say) a sedan with keyless entry and four doors.
When you are looking for a classic car, Hemmings.com is the place to go! With cars from the 1930’s to the 1960’s as well as a wide range of hard to obtain parts, there is also a blog that has regular updates and a daily newsletter available as well. You can also buy apparel, books, calendars and die-cast cars from their online store. Hemmings also supplies information about local auctions as well as a newly started auctions part of their business.
Although Autolist.com looks rather generic, it has an advantage as it is perhaps the easiest when it comes to navigation on a mobile, standalone, unit. The software is considered very intuitive to use and draws from a wide database, so gives information from the asking price to see if it has moved over time as well as the Carfax report.
Bet for bargain hunters, Cargurus.com is the best way to go. Using dealer reputation and price, the site is very educational for buyers regarding the value of the market. You can also see how long the car has been for sale and how the price has increased or decreased over time increasing your power to negotiate a deal.