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Why It’s Important to Bring a Car for Inspection Before Buying It

Ensure that the car you’re buying doesn’t only look good but feels like a proper car.

Posted on

19 September 2017

Last updated on 30 January 2018
Why It’s Important to Bring a Car for Inspection Before Buying It
Lamborghini, Porsche, Mercedes, Audi, BMW, all are among a list of car brands that people love and would want to own one day.

All citizens have desires of one day leaving a garage with such high-end cars but unfortunately, that may not always be as easy as it sounds. However, there is always the option of buying a previously owned car as it’s cheaper than retail price and, if chosen right, your car can have a brand new look and feel to it. 

 
A crucial step in buying a used car is to take it to a full-service garage like Orange Auto in Al Quoz. This ensures that the car you’re buying doesn’t only look good but feel like a proper car. 
 
The importance of doing this is unparalleled to any other aspect of buying a used car because there won’t be any warranty or compensation for being cheated, especially if the owner has left town.  An inspection should be done by the owner and buyer beforehand to solidify that the car is in good condition.
  • What Does An Inspection Involve? 

Technicians will monitor every aspect of your car from the engine to the interior and will notify you of any red flags or weak points that the car may have. 
 
There are numerous cases of buyers being cheated because the exterior look new and shiny but the interior consisted of a dodgy engine and rust in its innards. A car may look good just to cover up any flaws or past accidents.
 
  • Watch Out For the Specs

Another aspect to watch out for this the specifications of the car. Many cars are usually in conditions but may have faults. You have to ensure that your car has GCC specs and can withstand the harsh conditions of Dubai. There’re multiple used cars with European and American specs that have been written off as “salvage” vehicles after natural disasters or accidents. 
 
These cars are repaired before being sold to an unsuspecting buyer who would think that he or she is getting a great price for a great car. To buy a vehicle that’ll keep you and your family safe always take it to a trusted garage for evaluation before purchase.
 
 

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