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July, 25th

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About Used Cars

Buying a new car isnt always financially feasible. There are millions of satisfied customers who purchased previously owned vehicles that lasted just as long as a new car. With the proper maintenance, a quality used car can bring years of reliable service. Most people buy used cars to save money, but buying them wholesale can be even cheaper. The word wholesale refer to selling good to retailers or other types of businesses. Basically, wholesale entails selling to anyone other than consumers. Wholesale prices connote lower costs because sellers mark up prices to consumers in order to turn a profit. Some sellers are able to resell goods more or less at their wholesale value because they perform some presale procedures themselves, and pass the savings along to the consumer. They often buy items in bulk, which also lowers their overhead costs. Retailers selling at wholesale prices may also opt not to charge their customers sales taxes; this is another big saver for buyers. It is relatively common to see used cars available at wholesale prices because the dealers often purchase cars that have mechanical problems or other issues. They are able to purchase such vehicle at very low prices, complete any necessary repairs themselves, and then resell them for a slightly higher price than they initially paid. Some used car dealers attend public or private auctions for repossessed vehicles or police impounds. These cars tend to be in fairly good shape, so they don't require much presale refurbishing. Others accept vehicle trade-ins wherein customers exchange their used cars for one of the sellers models. All of these practices saves the customer a lot of money but still allows the seller to make a profit.

  • Barnes Used Cars

    2125 N Cicero Ave, Chicago, IL 60639

    (630) 319-0750

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  • Ala Used Cars

    , Chicago, IL 60601

    (773) 219-0122

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  • B & R Motor Sales Used Cars

    3607 N Cicero Ave, Chicago, IL 60641

    (773) 777-7650

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  • Sinaloa Used Cars

    1735 N Cicero Ave, Chicago, IL 60639

    (773) 836-2040

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  • Z Best Used Cars

    12300 Western Ave, Blue Island, IL 60406

    (708) 388-5111

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  • New To You Affordable Used Cars

    10632 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60628

    (773) 568-0822

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  • Edca Used Cars

    11710 S Pulaski Rd, Alsip, IL 60803

    (708) 371-7998

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  • DriveTime Used Cars

    7717 W 95Th Street , Hickory Hills, IL 60457

    (708) 907-4100

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  • Carson's

    9800 Ridgeland Ave, Chicago Ridge, IL 60415

    (708) 425-5115

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  • Eight Hundred Cars LLC

    722 W Diversey Pkwy, Chicago, IL 60614

    (773) 227-3325

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  • 800 Cars LLC

    722 W Diversey Pkwy, Chicago, IL 60614

    (773) 868-0068

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  • Tim Carson Insurance Agency Inc

    6341 W Belmont Ave, Chicago, IL 60634

    (773) 622-4709

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  • Carson Pirie Scott

    4300 N Harlem Ave, Norridge, IL 60706

    (708) 453-1055

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  • Cash for Junk Cars CB Towing

    4301 S Princeton Ave, Chicago, IL 60609

    (773) 596-1865

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  • Top Cash for Junk Cars

    5711 S Claremont Ave, Chicago, IL 60636

    (773) 517-6356

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  • Bowman's Used Furniture

    554 E 63rd St, Chicago, IL 60637

    (773) 493-2125

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  • Jb Towncars

    1330 W 76th St, Chicago, IL 60620

    (773) 994-3456

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More on Used Cars Wholesale

Consumers should keep several things in mind when searching for a used car at a wholesale price. First off, never buy a used car without getting a vehicle history report. Your best bet is to have a mechanic examine the car before you buy it, but this isnt always possible and not all dealers will allow it. Having the cars history at least lets you know about any problems the car may have when you buy it. But the dealers history may not tell you the whole story. Getting a title search done gives you a more accurate picture of the vehicles condition and should be conducted whenever possible. Additionally, always get a warranty if one is available to you. The avoid scams, its best to consult with a local used car dealer. No one in your own neighborhood is going to try and rip you off. After all, youll know exactly where to find them if you run into any problems!

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