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Tips for Getting the Best Price on a Used Car

Posted by Nesmith Chevrolet on Jun 9, 2017 9:52:26 AM

We love pre-owned vehicles, because they give you all the functionality of a new car at a fraction of the retail cost. Many money-savvy car owners will choose to purchase a pre-owned car with the intention of saving up to several thousand dollars. But not all used cars are a great deal. Here’s how you can be sure that you’re getting the best price on your used vehicle.

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Topics: Used Car Buying Tips

How to Trade in Your Used Car

Posted by Wynne Phillips on Feb 27, 2015 4:34:00 PM

Are you thinking about trading in your used car? The process seems intimidating, and depending on your Georgia car dealer, it may indeed be frustrating.  To help, here are a couple of things you need to know before taking your car in for an evaluation -- and a little advice for what to do when you get there to trade in your vehicle.

 

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Topics: Used Car Buying Tips

Tips for Negotiating Used Car Prices

Posted by Robyn Tippins on Nov 28, 2014 9:30:00 AM

Negotiating and buying a used car can be frustrating, if you don't love your Chevy dealer. The goal is to purchase a great used car for a great price,  -- and we want to make sure that happens with every car we sell! 

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Buying A Used Car From A Dealer

Posted by Robyn Tippins on Nov 26, 2014 10:30:00 AM

The road to buying a used car can scary, if you don't choose the right Georgia Chevrolet Dealer. To make the best deal, it's important to understand what you want as well as what you don't. The following information offers a few best practices to keep in mind when purchasing a used vehicle.

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Topics: Used Car Buying Tips

How to Bargain for a Used Car

Posted by Robyn Tippins on Nov 25, 2014 9:41:00 AM

Is the idea of buying your next car a little overwhelming?  The negotiation at Nesmith is always easy, as we are known for our low prices, but we can offer some tips on negotiating that can help you bargain your way to the best price.

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Topics: Used Car Buying Tips

How to Determine a Used Car Loan Value

Posted by Robyn Tippins on Nov 22, 2014 11:00:00 AM

The value of a used car loan or LTV (loan-to-value) is important because it references the total amount the lender will give the borrower for a specific used car purchase. If you have applied for a used car loan and been declined, it's highly likely because the loan to value was not in line with the lenders criteria. The following information explains a few important aspects and factors affecting used car loan values and LTV.

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Topics: Auto Financing Tips, Used Car Buying Tips

How to Get Back The New Car Smell in a Used Car

Posted by Robyn Tippins on Nov 20, 2014 11:00:00 AM

One of the best aspects of buying a new car is the infectious new car smell. Whether it's a brand new car or a used car that's new to you, the new car smell often elicits nostalgia. Over time, unpleasant odors can destroy this marvelous scent and cause you and your passengers to suffer needlessly. Although you can always have your vehicle professionally detailed, it can be cost prohibitive. The following information offers a few tips designed to help you restore the new car scent to your used car along. 

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Topics: Used Car Buying Tips

How to Inspect a Used Car Before Buying

Posted by Robyn Tippins on Nov 18, 2014 1:30:22 PM

Purchasing a pre-owned vehicle can allow an individual to drive a well-equipped, upgraded vehicle for a significantly lower price than a comparable new car, truck or SUV. While buying a used car can save you thousands of dollars, you must use caution to ensure you are buying a safe, reliable vehicle. Performing a detailed inspection on a used car can help you make a wise purchase or avoid a lemon.

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Topics: Used Car Buying Tips