Consumer Reports Used Car Buying Guide 2004

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St Martins Press, Mar 1, 2004 - Reference - 238 pages
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The 2004 edition of Used Car Buying Guide helps minimize risks by steering readers toward the better-performing, more reliable models and away from those with a troubled past or substandard performance. The first part of the book provides all the information needed before stepping onto a used-car lot:
·Step-by-step advice from selection to shopping strategies, vehicle inspection,
negotiation techniques, and closing the deal
·Details about all checks performances, and how to find a good mechanic
·How to avoid a lemon: finding a reliable used car, including lists of the best and the worst
·Safety information: key features to look for, how to interpret the crash tests, the Consumer Reports Safety Assessment, and more
·How to shop for auto insurance
·How to give an old car new life.
The 2004 edition of Used Car Buying Guide helps minimize risks by steering readers toward the better-performing, more reliable models and away from those with a troubled past or substandard performance. The first part of the book provides all the information needed before stepping onto a used-car lot:
·Step-by-step advice from selection to shopping strategies, vehicle inspection,
negotiation techniques, and closing the deal
·Details about all checks performances, and how to find a good mechanic
·How to avoid a lemon: finding a reliable used car, including lists of the best and the worst
·Safety information: key features to look for, how to interpret the crash tests, the Consumer Reports Safety Assessment, and more
·How to shop for auto insurance
·How to give an old car new life.

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Contents

Buick Regal
7
Subaru Impreza
192
Finance Insurance
37
Copyright

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The auto experts at Consumer Reports have almost seventy years of experience in driving, testing and reporting on cars. Their work is based on the testing and expertise of the Consumer Reports Auto Test Division, located in East Haddam, Connecticut, which evaluates autos both on the test track and on public roads.

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