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Tired of looking around through Craigslist and other classified sites trying to find your next vehicle?  Here at LA Best Buy Auto Sales we have the best cars for sale in Los Angeles, specifically in the Van Nuys area.  When you come shop at our dealership, you don't need to worry about having to haggle heavily as we like to price our vehicles competitively to begin with.  Check out our inventory below and see if we have anything you like.

 

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Are you thinking of buying a used car? If the answer is yes, you’re on the right path to making a good financial decision. According to Investopedia, a new car will depreciate about 10% the minute after it sells and another 20% the year after that. That means you can buy a decent car that’s still under warranty for a mere fraction of the original price.
But before you hand over your hard-earned money for a used car, you have to make sure you aren’t buying a dud. So here are some tips on how you can get the best deal.

Set A Budget:

If you’re getting a loan to purchase your car, your monthly payment should not be more than 20% of your salary. It should be even less if you’re stretched financially. Used cars may seem very cost-effective at first but they tend to need some extra care sooner than later. So, it’s a good idea to save some emergency money for car repairs. Setting the right budget will help you do that.

Do Your Research

After you’ve set a budget, your next task will be to research the model that you want to buy. Try to be as meticulous as you can about this. You’ll want to find out the car’s weakness, mileage info, typical repair intervals and the price it’s being sold for in your area. Edmunds, an automotive review site, is a great source for this type of information. You can also get very specific pricing information from The National Automotive Dealers Association.

Dealing With Car Dealerships

Used car dealerships tend to charge about 10% more than private sellers. But there’s an upside to that. Car dealerships are established businesses with reputations to maintain. So, they will usually present you with a car that’s been cleaned and inspected. They are also regulated by The Federal Trade Commission, so they must follow certain rules or they’ll face legal penalties. These factors help to ensure you get what you pay for at the end of the transaction.
Buying a used car can be the best decision you make for yourself and your family, if you know what you’re doing. Use this guide and you’ll be on your way to getting a great deal on a used car that you won’t regret in the future.