The biggest worry of every used car buyer is that they are going to end up with a lemon. Follow these steps as you check out the used car before you purchase.
Find out if the car you are purchasing has a warranty on it, and what exactly that warranty covers. If the car is not too old, then you may still have some time, or mileage, on the factory warranty.
Buying a used car in 2015 is a lot different than it was even 15 or 20 years ago. 'Back then', you never bought a car that had more than 100,000 miles on the odometer. And small dents in the rear bumper meant big slashes to the price tag. But in this day and age, people are more concerned about an automobile's reliability than they are about whether or not it turns heads.