Reviewing Car Dealers in NJ
Everyone is feeling the effect of high gas prices no matter the location so a very important thing to ask car dealers in NJ is the gas mileage on the vehicle. Cars that might be aesthetically pleasing on the outside may not have such great gas mileage. Bad gas mileage will result in high gas prices for you and that may be out of your budget. If the vehicle is pre-owned or certified it is absolutely necessary to see the mechanics precertification inspection paperwork. This will show what if anything on the vehicle needed to be fixed and if it is worth purchasing.
Another great question to ask is who the previous owner was and ask to look at the car's record. This will tell if the vehicle has been in any accidents or thefts on record. All cars should be test driven before being bought and any car dealers in NJ who have an excuse for why they don’t allow their cars to be test driven shouldn’t be considered for purchase. When test driving a vehicle instead of checking how loud the stereo speakers go, listen to the car for any unfamiliar sounds or feeling when breaking or cornering. Another important question that should not be missed is what kind of warranty is on the car and the dealership's return policy. Any reliable dealership will give a person time to mull over a recent purchase and have a legitimate return policy.
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