8 Questions to Ask Before Purchasing a Used Vehicle (Across the Lot)

8 Important Questions to Ask Before Puchasing a Used Vehicle

In this episode learn:

Important questions you need to ask your dealer before buying a used car, tell tale signs that your dealer is hiding something from you, and why Alex should have asked more questions about his current car before receiving it from his brother Jeff.

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Show Length: 25:36

Presented by: Lebanon Ford

Lebanon Ford is a new and used car dealership located in Lebanon, Ohio, serving the greater Cincinnati and Dayton area. Lebanon Ford; Connect, Engage, Drive.

Special Guest: Alex Cryder – Lebanon Ford myTech Team Representative

Show Notes

01:45 Discussion Topic: 8 Important Questions to Ask Before Purchasing a Used Vehicle

02:39 Question 1 – Is this the original paint?

05:48 Question 2 – Can I check the oil?

07:38 Question 3 – Can you put the car on a lift?

08:36 Question 4 – Can I take this to my mechanic?

10:46 Question 5 – Who was the previous owner of this vehicle?

14:55 Question 6 – Can I see the Carfax?

18:11 Question 7 – Can I see the maintenance history?

20:05 Question 8 – Can I take it for a test drive?

23:56 Question of the Week: What are some of the most important things you look for when buying a used car?


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Learn more about the Lebanon Ford myTech Team here, or feel free to contact Alex with any of your vehicle technology questions by reaching him at 855-567-0440 or by email at mytechteam@lebanon-ford.com

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