How to inspect and buy a used car. Learn how to go for a test drive so you don't get stuck with a bad car. I show you how to test drive a used car, negotiate a good deal and inspect the title of the used car.
Episode 1: The "Side of the Road Inspection":
Episode 2: What is the car worth?:
Episode 3 Engine Inspection:
Episode 4: Interior & Exterior Inspection:
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Something I didn't see in any of the inspection videos. When looking at the tires on an older car I would check the date codes too. If an older car hasn't been driven much there is a chance the tires could be old and in need of replacement.
ChrisFix, i think this was an excellent video.... And again love your videos and tips on cars maintenance.... but if you have the ability to do so, i'd love to see classic cars in your future videos... say a volkswagen classic beetle....
I current own one...
and i think if you made a video on these type of cars, volkswagen classic beetle owners like me would love it...
Chris, I enjoy all your videos that I receive. I just received this today 10 7 2018, yet it was made in 2016. Anyway, I noticed a serious issue in which you missed. In the first video the for sale sign stated it was a 2004 Jag, yet, when you showed us the NJ Title, it CLEARLY stated the Jag was 2003. How'd you miss that? Anyway, great videos. You always teach us a lot. That was a smooth negotiation. Keep up the great work.
Yo Chris I own the same jaguar x type but the only problem is that the speedometer gets stuck down sometimes and I would have to turn the car off then back on a couple times for it to work again do u have and any idea why it does that?
I know you said X-Type, but I'm pretty sure this an early XJ model. These cars are barely worth $3000 in good condition, hell even the 2004 XJR Supercharged is only worth about $4000. Not a low ball, just a fair price for what it is.
Just bought a 98 lancer (not an evo) for $4000, spent $1800 for repairs and registration with taxes. It comes with Volk wheels and performance exhaust though. East Asia is not the best place to buy used cars. The prices are too damn high.
Hello, Your video is very useful. Thanks you so much. I just have a quick question. I recently test-drive a Toyota Camry 2006. Everything is fine except It has noise when I start the engine. It is not a very big noise and It stops when I start increasing the speed. Does it indicate anything bad about the car? thanks
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