FAQ’s for Buying a Used Car

Used cars are more affordable than new ones and can offer a great value. You can often get a well‐maintained vehicle with many features at a lower price compared to a new car.

Inspect the vehicle's condition, mileage, service history, title status, and any potential accidents or damages. Consider getting a pre‐purchase inspection from a mechanic.

Both options have pros and cons. Dealerships offer more legal protection and may offer warranties, while private sellers might offer lower prices. It's important to research and choose a reputable source

Yes, negotiating is common in the used car market. Research the market value and be prepared to make an offer based on that information.

Many dealers offer certified pre‐owned programs with extended warranties. Some third‐ party companies also provide extended warranty options for used cars.

You'll need the vehicle's title, bill of sale, emissions certificates (if required), and any relevant maintenance records. Make sure to check your state's specific requirements.

We will help you in financing the purchase of your used car through banks and NBFCs, for the best cost‐effective finance deal.

Absolutely! A test drive allows you to experience the car's performance, comfort, and overall feel before making a decision.

"As‐is" means you're purchasing the car in its current condition, without any warranties. Be cautious when buying "as‐is" and thoroughly inspect the vehicle.

Be cautious of deals that seem too good to be true, always meet in safe locations, and don't wire money without proper verification.

Absolutely, a pre‐purchase inspection by a trusted mechanic can uncover potential issues and save you from buying a problematic car.