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Take some time to write down what you want from a car: How many people does it need to sit? Would you like it to be small or large? Are there certain features that you feel you can’t live without?
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You may be a new driver, or you might just be on a budget, but one thing is for sure, buying a second-hand Ford Everest is one of the most practical means to own a car at this point in time when everything is becoming too expensive, and commuting is too time-consuming and stressful. Similarly, one thing might be preventing you from pursuing your need and want to own a Second-hand Everest, and that is your fear of being tricked by a car seller.
Unfortunately, that is a reality. Some car sellers can and will cover up the car's real condition, and most of their victims are first-time buyers. And when we say most, we mean that some experienced buyers can also be talked through and convinced by these “experts”.
That shouldn't stop you from purchasing a second-hand vehicle. Why? Because you can be equipped with the right skills and knowledge, which you can use to sound and look like someone who knows everything about cars. And we are here to help you out by providing you some of the most important things you need to look into when checking a used Ford Everest.
Any car manufactured by Ford Philippines come with the necessary documents such as the car's manual. Likewise, they should be registered for them to have a license plate and permit to be driven across the country. In relation to that, you should ask for the original copy of the LTO registration, the OR and CR, as well as the insurance policy.
On these documents, you would find the owner information. Ideally, it should match the seller's identity. This will prevent you from buying possibly stolen or carnapped cars, which is very common in the Philippines lately. Additionally, these documents can help you identify if you are really buying a second-hand Ford Everest, instead of a third-hand.
You've probably browsed through a few cars that you would love to buy, and your eyes caught that shiny Ford Everest It looks new and well-maintained! Should you close the deal now? Definitely, not!
Since the car is up for grabs, the seller or the dealer will surely have it cleaned, waxed, or repainted for it to sell easily and at a higher price than what it is truly worth. Thus, once you meet with the seller, check all the nooks and crannies of the Everest from the inside out.
Look for rusts, stains, and parts that are falling off. You can check the car's upholstery, matting, and the like, as well as smell any odd odors that may be present when the AC is on or off. How cool the AC gets, as well as hot the heater goes will also help you identify the Everest's age and condition.
Being a confident buyer will help you close a great deal with a seller. A deal wherein the second-hand car is in good condition while still being affordable. By knowing the right things to check, you are assured that your car will get its job done, and you can haggle with the seller.
If you need more help, Philkotse.com has a few more car buying tips and advice, as well as Ford Everest reviews that you can check out. But if you're ready to buy a used car, then go ahead and browse through the current listing of our site! Good luck!