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Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Auto Buying Guide: The country's cheapest and largest second hand car market, here you can find a lakh 5 lakh Maruti car for 50 thousand

 Auto Buying Guide: The country's cheapest and largest second hand car market, here you can find a lakh 5 lakh Maruti car for  50 thousand

Most people prefer to travel in their personal vehicle during the Covid-19 epidemic and this is the reason why auto sales have also been increasing rapidly over the last 2 months. People with low budgets are looking to buy a second hand car. Apart from metros like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, there is a large market for second hand vehicles in the country. However, it is very cheap in the market in Delhi's Karol Bagh.

You can buy a second hand Maruti WagonR for only Rs 50,000 to Rs 60,000 at the Karol Bagh Market in Delhi. However, these models can be up to 10 years old. The ex-showroom price of the new WagonR starts from Rs 4.45 lakh. Also, onroad costs around Rs 5.50 lakh.


Auto Buying Guide: The country's cheapest and largest second hand car market, here you can find a lakh 5 lakh Maruti car for  50 thousand



Second hand car market here in Delhi

Just like Delhi, you will see second hand cars being sold in many places. Many dealers sell these carts on the road by putting a sale board. Also, many dealers have opened second hand car showrooms. With all this, the largest market for second hand cars is at Carol Bagh. Which is near the water board. There are many branded vehicles from Maruti to Mahindra, Ford, Hyundai, Volkswagen.

The condition of these trains is good in appearance. That is, it does not have any dents on it and it looks shiny. If there are any dents or other marks on the vehicle, it is fixed. The older the model of the car, the lower its price. E.g. The 2005 Maruti WagonR can be bought for Rs 50,000.

Driving a 15-year-old car is not allowed in Delhi. In such a situation people sell such old cars very cheaply. These cars are sold outside Delhi. Many states have permission to drive a car for up to 20 years. However, the car is initially registered by the RTO for 15 years. The car is then renewed for 5 years depending on the condition.

Source: Divya Bhaskar report

There will also be a facility to finance the car

Second hand car market dealer SSS G Car Bikes and Property said that second hand cars start fetching between Rs 50,000 and Rs 60,000 from here. Customers can also finance the full amount of the car price. He will also have to provide some important documents for this. This car is accompanied by its registration certificate. Based on this certificate, you can also know important things like life of the car, engine, color of the car. You can also buy a car by paying the full amount of cash if you want.


Auto Buying Guide: The country's cheapest and largest second hand car market, here you can find a lakh 5 lakh Maruti car for  50 thousand


Here are some things to keep in mind when buying a second hand car


Auto Buying Guide: The country's cheapest and largest second hand car market, here you can find a lakh 5 lakh Maruti car for  50 thousand


If you are buying a second hand car from this or any other market like this one, discuss the price of the car with the dealers. Visit other shops in the market if possible. You can get the same car at different prices.

Check the exterior and interior of the car you are going to finalize. Check that there are no dents in the car. Check if the step is complete with all four tires. Don't have a jack with the car and don't forget to check the battery.

Take a long test drive of the car before finalizing the deal. Test according to different routes and speeds. If possible test drive up to 50 kilometers. It is necessary to drive the car to check the engine of the car.

Ask for all the necessary documents related to the car. This includes car service records, registration, insurance. Take the original copy of all these documents. After buying a car, ask the dealer for his bill.

Ask for all the important documents related to the car. This includes car service records, registration and insurance. Just take the original copy of each of these documents. Definitely ask the dealer for his bill after buying the car.

If you do not have knowledge about the car and its important parts, take a car expert or mechanic with you. A car that looks shiny is not necessarily fit for driving.

Note: This news mentions the second hand market in Karol Bagh, Delhi. The price of the car can be more or less according to the shop here.