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Buying a Used Car in Australia Resources

Car Buying, Car Selling December 31, 2015

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Help with Buying a Used Car in Australia

If you are planning on Buying a Used Car in Australia then these resources should be of some help to you and there is little point in writing all this again when it has been written well on several websites: Updated 1/1/2016

Buying a Used Car Checklist – Buying Tips

Thinking of buying a used car, or even a brand new one? Ready and raring to enter the “lion’s den” and get yourself a great deal? Looking forward to pitching your wits and cunning against some of the world’s best salespeople on their own turf, and in their area of expertise?
Read on: http://www.privatefleet.com.au/links-and-resources/car-buying-tips/

Tips for Buying a used Car

Buying a car can be an exciting but complicated experience, especially if you are buying a used car. You’ll have lots of questions that need to be

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The Risks of Buying Salvage Title Vehicles

Car Buying November 18, 2012

No one ever wants to hear the words, “Don’t take advantage of saving money.” But more important is the reality that saving a few dollars now may not be wise for the future. For example, salvage title vehicles are a major gamble unless you either are, or have a fantastic mechanic for a good friend. Even Carfax and other usually dependable automobile checks will only be able to provide information given to them, which may or may not be the whole truth. A few times buyers find themselves amazed at how little damage it seemingly takes to brand a car with a salvage title. However, buying salvage title vehicles is always a dubious decision.

What is a salvage title?

By understanding what a salvage title actually is, a buyer will know whether to attempt purchasing a particular car or not. For example, in some cases cars labeled with a salvage title have

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New Car’s Under $20,000 in 2011 Roundup

Car Buying February 25, 2011

What are the affordable new small cars available in Australia for 2011?

We will go through them over a number of weeks and bring a review of the best new small cars that are available for 2011. Some of these may be made older than 2011, check the details.

List of Cars Reviewed:

  • Nissan Tiida ST Hatchback
  • Hyundai Getz Hatchback
  • Mitsubishi Colt VR-X Hatchback
  • Suzuki Alto GLX five-speed manual
  • Nissan Micra ST
  • Holden Barina Hatchback
  • VOLKSWAGEN POLO TRENDLINE
  • TOYOTA YARIS YRS
  • Peugeot, 207 1.4 XR
  • Citroën C3
  • Mazda2 Neo
  • Ford Fiesta
  • Honda Jazz

 

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Let’s start by looking at the Nissan Tiida ST Hatchback

 The Nissan Tiida ST Hatchback C11 Series 3 MY10 can be purchased for around

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