A Car Buying Guide: The Resale Value Of Your Car

Written by John G. Nuble

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- Look for technological adaptability when buying cars. Take heed from future-minded car manufacturers that make simple cars that can house future technological advances.

- Take a look atrepparttar prospect ten years later when buying cars. Think if it fitsrepparttar 140502 baseline profile of its type: compact, sports, luxury, SUV etc. In short, know what buyers expect from these types of cars.

- Don't go wild with it. A souped up vinyl tattered car is a hard sell. Think about this before buying a car that costs more and you plan to turn into a customized bullet.

- Keep your region in mind. Certain features and styles are expected in certain regions dependent onrepparttar 140503 terrain and lifestyle. Why settle for buying a compact car in a mountain filled county?

- Despiterepparttar 140504 rising costs of fuel world wide, it is still a safe bet to decide on buying a car that has a bigger engine. The logic of which still escapes some.

- Beware of monthly payments for navigation systems and in car communications systems when buying cars.

Finally, learn to buy a car that you'll enjoy. Financial advice is wise, but worthless if you ride a vehicle you didn't want to be caught dead in when you were still fantasizing about buying your car.

John G. Nuble 2005. For up to date links and information about car buying, please go to: http://car-buying-guide.us/

3 Fast Tips on How To Sell Your Car for the Most.

Written by Graeme Sprigge

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Tip 2 - First Impressions are everything Just like you are going on a date - first impressions are everything. Get allrepparttar rubbish and junk out of it. Deodorize it. Wash it, clean it.

Tip 3 - Asrepparttar 140441 good boy scout says. Be prepared. Get your paperwork in order. Findrepparttar 140442 spare keys. You don't want to be rushing around atrepparttar 140443 last minute, just whenrepparttar 140444 buyer is ready to go for it. You can't find something. He may just say, he'll get back to you. Believe me, it happens. So get organized before hand and you'll have a much smoother run of it.

See my other articles for more tips.

Graeme Sprigge is the webmaster of SellMyCarForCash.Com, a website enlightening you on how to get the most for your car in a private sale. The site includes more great articles.

For more cool articles, cool car selling tips, car finance tips visit http://www.sellmycarforcash.com

Copyright 2005 Graeme Sprigge. This is a shareware article meaning you can use it provided you include this resource box. Copyright 2005 Graeme Sprigge

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