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Used Cars for sale in Calape Bohol

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Suzuki Multicab 12valve 2010 For Sale The listing has expired

Suzuki Multicab 12valve 2010 For Sale

Bohol, Calape

₱95,000

Manual Verified Contact 90,000 km

Like new Hyundai Accent 2014 Automatic for sale The listing has expired

Like new Hyundai Accent 2014 Automatic for sale

Bohol, Calape

₱270,000

Automatic Verified Contact 70,000 km

 Honda Accord 2004 Year 400K for sale The listing has expired

Honda Accord 2004 Year 400K for sale

Bohol, Calape

₱400,000

Automatic Verified Contact

Honda Fit 2010 Automatic Gasoline for sale in Calape The listing has expired

Honda Fit 2010 Automatic Gasoline for sale in Calape

Bohol, Calape

₱180,000

Automatic

2016 Toyota Vios 1.5 g top of the line FOR SALE The listing has expired

2016 Toyota Vios 1.5 g top of the line FOR SALE

Bohol, Calape

₱350,000

Automatic 38,000 Km

Well-kept Toyota Corolla Lovelife 2001 for sale The listing has expired

Well-kept Toyota Corolla Lovelife 2001 for sale

Bohol, Calape

₱100,000

Manual

2009 Toyota Innova E for sale The listing has expired

2009 Toyota Innova E for sale

Bohol, Calape

₱200,000

Automatic Verified Contact 49,000 km

FOR SALE: Mitsubishi Colt 2007 The listing has expired

FOR SALE: Mitsubishi Colt 2007

Bohol, Calape

₱350,000

Automatic Verified Contact 69,800 km

    5 Used Car Buying Common Mistakes

    Since you are browsing through our list of used cars for sale in Calape, Bohol, it's either you've already decided to buy a pre-owned unit or still deciding if it's really a better option than a brand-new one. Regardless, before opting for a second-hand vehicle, there are some things that you need to learn.

    One of which, and probably the most important, is knowing and avoiding the most common mistakes used car buyers commit. This way, you will be assured that you end up purchasing a unit that is worth the money you spent. With that in mind, here are what we got from the experts, which are worth sharing:

    1. Under-Estimating the Cost of Owning a Car

    When you buy a second-hand vehicle, your main purpose is to save money since these units are far more affordable than new ones. However, you must keep in mind that owning a car is like having a child. You have things to spend, like maintenance, fuel, and registration, to keep it functioning well and make sure you're not apprehended. Thus, when you set your budget, you must also include overhead expenses.

    2. Too Little Choices

    The market for pre-owned vehicles for sale is so vast, no matter what brand and model you want or need. This is in some way beneficial since you, as a buyer, have a higher chance of finding the perfect fit for you. Unfortunately, some buyers do not take advantage of this. They only contact one or two sellers and decide as quickly as possible.

    With that in mind, it is best to have at least three options, but the more choices, the better. In this way, you can find sellers with better offers, as well as a car that has better performance.

    3. Going for the Car's Look

    Driving and parking a great looking car, although it's pre-owned, gives you a good feeling. It is as if you have a brand-new vehicle! Do keep in mind though that “looks can be truly deceiving”. Some sellers will do everything just so the car they are selling will look good on the outside to cover up performance problems. Hence, make sure you don't get too excited when you see a great-looking used car.

    4. Failing to Research

    With a wide variety of car manufactures in the Philippines today, it is not surprising that most buyers consider purchasing cars made by popular brands. This is not really a problem since they've already proven their reputation. The problem is, not all models are great. Remember, you are buying a pre-owned unit, and sometimes, an older model.

    Thus, research about the model. What were the problems? Are its parts still available? Those kinds of considerations.

    5. Not Checking the Docs First

    Whether you are planning to purchase a used car online or offline, it is always best to ask for the needed documents before meeting the seller. Call, text, or email the vendor and ask them to send a picture of the car's OR, CR, title, and the likes. Through this, you won't be wasting your time and effort in meeting the seller.

    Buying a Car Takes Time and Patience

    Of all the top five common mistakes of used car buyers discussed here on Philkotse.com, we can sum it all up to impatience. Therefore, to ensure you are purchasing a safe and reliable vehicle legally, you should allot enough time and patience.

    We hope you buy the perfect car for you and your loved ones!