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There are pros and cons to buying a pre-used car. The term ‘pre-used’ is normally employed as a substitute for ‘used’ or ‘second-hand,’ out of appreciation for the fact that the latter two terms are not always very appealing. People trying to sell these sorts of cars are likely to get buyers faster if they label them as ‘pre-used cars’ as opposed to labeling them as ‘second hand’ or simply ‘used cars.’ Labeling the cars as ‘pre-used’ makes them come across as classy, and that is important for the people who contemplate buying them.
Now as we mentioned earlier, there are pros and cons to buying a pre-used car. These are facts you need full awareness of, even as you venture out to buy a pre-used car. If you go ahead to buy a pre-used car without full awareness of the pros and cons to the decision, you may end up regretting later. Actually, you should start researching on these factors before even contemplating buying a pre-used car in the first place.
We will start with the pros of buying a pre-used car. Now, the first advantage of opting to buy a pre-used car is in the fact that a pre-used car normally costs less than a brand new car. Thus an amount of money that is adequate to buy a pre-used car of very high quality may not be adequate for buying an ‘inferior’ brand new car. When you opt to buy a pre-used car, you get to save money. Another advantage of buying a pre-used car is in the fact that by opting to take this route, you get a car that is tested and tried. If the car you are considering buying has certain special problems, the person from whom you are buying it may be gracious enough to tell you about them. That is so long as he or she doesn’t think the ‘issues’ are big enough to make you change your mind. On the other hand, if you opt to buy a brand new car, then all probability is that you will only get to learn of any ‘special issues’ (read problems) it has the hard way: by experience. Even if the people selling it to you are people of good faith, they are not likely to have driven it extensively, and they are therefore likely to lack awareness of the special ‘issues’ in it. This is a very important reason for you to consider buying a pre-used car.
We can now turn to the cons of buying a pre-used car. Firstly, if you opt to buy a pre-used car, chances are that you will get a vehicle with a considerable portion of its useful life behind it. In other words, the car is not likely to serve you for as long as a brand new one. Secondly, there is a trend where people tend to sell off their cars when they become (mechanically) problematic. Thus, as you proceed to buy a pre-used car, there is a very real possibility that you are just relieving someone of a troublesome car. In other words, you may end up with a very troublesome car being dumped on you. But you can avoid that if you do proper due diligence before buying the car.