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Car Buying Advice - Lease vs Auction

kevins65kevins65 Posts: 2
edited March 2017 in General
What is the best option for buying cheap cars?

Comments

  • isellhondasisellhondas Issaquah WashingtonPosts: 20,197
    Well, hard to understand your question but when a nice used car is being sold "cheap" there is usually a reason. Unpopular model, bad smells inside, rough condition etc.

    Lease vs. auction? Again, this is unclear at least to me. As cars come off lease they generally go through the auction where the dealers bid on them. Premium cars bring top dollar and the undesirable cars bring poor money. What exactly do you want?

  • kevins65kevins65 Posts: 2
    edited March 2017
    Me and my brother in law want to start a business with cheap cars at first, to see how it goes.
    Searched a lot on the internet to gain proper know-how, thinking that auctions are really good deals to begin with.
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