Thursday, 12 May 2016

5 QUESTIONS TO HELP YOU DECIDE ON A NEW OR USED CAR IN GHANA



There are several factors to consider when deciding to buy a new or a used car, money, type of car, safety and trust are a few of those factors. Depending on the options available to you, these factors might be the deciding factor in determining the type of car to buy as well whether to buy a used or brand new one.
Finding one should not be too hard, you can even do that in the comfort of your home or office by visiting Ghana's biggest online marketplace .
Here are five(5) questions to help you make your choice;

1. How much are you willing to spend?
Your budget might be the single most important determinant of the type of car you end up with. After you've decided the amount of money you can spend on a car, you can then check for market prices of the vehicle you want . You can now decide whether it's possible to buy a brand new one or go for a used one.


2. Is it a private or a commercial car?
Either way you need a strategy. Finding a used car in a good condition might be a great way to save some money. Then again a new car might give you less problems, especially  if the car will be used for longer distances on not so good roads.

3. What are your maintenance plans?
A new car will need maintenance less often than a used car, but a new car might require periodic servicing from professionals hired by the car company which might cost more.
A used car can easily be serviced by local mechanics.

4. Do you trust your car dealer?
Trust is very important , thankfully tonaton had put in place measures to help reduce fraudulent activities on their website. You're assured of up to date documents when you are buying a brand new car from the car company but if you opt for a used one make sure you do your research, ask about any faults.Verify all documents before making payment.

5. Does the car come with a warranty or a return policy?
What if the car develops a fault not long after acquiring it?, Is there a guarantee that you will receive support to help repair it or be given a new car. To make sure you don't incur additional cost, insist on a written and signed warranty or return policy.

These questions should help you to decide on new or used cars in Ghana.

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