Recently we have been talking a lot about the many exclusive cars that are coming up for sale in the domains. But is it really smart to buy a car there ..?
Deals are always good, elegant and expensive cars are relatively reasonably priced. However, there seems to be more behind the cars placed on the website with domains. We explored how things actually work out there, and especially what the “original” condition of the car you see on the internet is.
When researching a car, it is always important to fully explore the car’s VIN / chassis number. You will often get a lot of information about the current condition of the car. For example, you can find out if specific mileage is logical, whether the car has been imported and whether the car has been damaged in the past. While checking the number of this Mercedes Benz GLC43, we came across a shocking discovery, going from good to bad news. The car is imported, which usually occurs frequently in the domains. However, we rarely see the country of origin because the car comes from the United States.
But as pointed out, we start with the best part of the story, the car you see in the domains is not always like this. The car was involved in a major accident in the United States and was reported as a total loss of more than $ 50,000! The entire front of the car has since been refurbished, but no technical glitches or mechanical issues can be ruled out if damage is done. Luckily for the resident, all the airbags were gone.
Our tip for buying a used car, always check the history first. Because no matter how beautiful GLC 43 is, there can always be a hold.