Learn how to call the owner of a used car, figure out what the car is worth, run a free VIN number check, and many other tips and tricks. If you see a used car for sale on the side of the road and want to know if it is worth going for a test drive, I go though all of the things you want to do before you go on the test drive. This way you wont waste your time and so you don’t get ripped off!
Episode 1: The “Side of the Road Inspection”:
Episode 3 Engine Inspection: https://youtu.be/HDv5bUR_Plo?list=PLvKbarVtwhUv6bjLhJSyaEOxaYy03j7QS
Episode 4: Interior & Exterior Inspection:
Episode 5: Test Drive and Negotiation:
Link to the FREE downloadable ChrisFix Used Car Inspection Checklist:
OBD2 Scanner I use: http://amzn.to/1XNUGfz
Free VIN Check (stolen car and salvage): https://www.nicb.org/theft_and_fraud_awareness/vincheck
Free VIN Check (recalls): https://vinrcl.safercar.gov/vin/
KBB Trade in Value Calculator: http://www.kbb.com/whats-my-car-worth/
NADA Trade in Value Calculator: http://www.nadaguides.com/Cars
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25 thoughts on “What is a Good Deal when Buying a Used Car? (How to Buy a Used Car)”
Why does the lieson plate have the channel name on it.
@ChrisFix why not ask do a pre purchase inspection of the car – which you as a buyer offer to pay for?
alright I'll see you Friday at 4
Fb marketplace style:
Alright I'll see you at 4 on Friday
Drives an hour to get there, seller doesn't respond, you find out he sold it yesterday to some guy who put a "down payment" on it
'drives home pissed'
Ask me how I know 🙄
Jag is worth $1500 2 you
Biggest most important thing I think is make sure clean title and history of oil changes documented…if a car hasn't gotten regular oil changes it's been abused.
Ur awesome !
Gee wiz, Chris it’s a 2003 and it’s $2999 how picky can you get on that inspection. Lol. That car is in excellent shape
The oval surgeon socioeconomically ask because amusement randomly check minus a cute sauce. productive, different case
Does anyone else feel uncomfortable that the owner gave the wrong year for the car? I mean if the owner doesn't know their own car's age who does?
Why is his plate already on it
I subscribed because of this video
I keep getting lemons that die in 500 miles, but I'm too poor to even find a few grand for something better.
Used car salesman right now:
Does anyone know a vin checker for classic cars that don’t have the standard 17 digit vin?
Lmao he really said it was good for the snow
I should have seen this the day it was posted. Million thanks, ChrisFix!
Would you do a video about buying a used car at a dealership or a used cAr dealership ? That would be helpful also.
Absolutely Invaluable information! You are the best….I'm looking for a second car for my business and you probably just saved me some big headaches….you rock!!!
Would this be could for people that don’t have enough money to replace parts yet
Serious question here! I've had such bad luck with cars so I went and spent more money to buy a newer car and since I have had to change spark plugs twice, an oil pressure sensor, and an ignition coil! Everything seems to be running fine now but I have found myself being so fearful when I drive that I can't relax! I grip the steering wheel tight, I can't sit back in my seat, and I don't even listen to the radio anymore so that I can hear a crazy sound when it happens! Any tips on how to relax and try to enjoy my car! Any advice would seriously be much appreciated! Thanks!!!
hi Chris you seem to be a handy guy to have when it comes to cars ,look up Billy T James ( Kiwi guy ) about buying a car ,he knows all the tricks lol
69k likes, nice
Ur voice is really cool it’s like make me tired and no I am not a boy this is my brother
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