Used Cars For Sale Nationwide
2016 Jeep Compass
Est. Loan $344/mo
Introducing the 2016 Jeep Compass! It offers the latest in technological innovation and style. With fewer than 50,000 miles on the odometer, this 4 door sport utility vehicle prioritizes comfort, safety and convenience. Top features include front bucket seats, 1-touch window functionality, tilt steering wheel, and a split folding rear seat. Smooth gearshifts are achieved thanks to the 2.4 liter 4 cylinder engine, and for added security, dynamic Stability Control supplements the drivetrain. Four wheel drive allows you to go places you've only imagined. Our knowledgeable sales staff is available to answer any questions that you might have. They'll work with you to find the right vehicle at a price you can afford. We are here to help you.
2017 Chevrolet Malibu
Est. Loan $310/mo
Our Carfax One Owner 2017 Chevrolet Malibu LT Sedan is terrific in Nightfall Gray Metallic! Powered by a TurboCharged 1.5 Liter EcoTec 4 Cylinder that offers 163hp while connected to a 6 Speed Automatic transmission for smooth acceleration. This Front Wheel Drive combination provides fuel-saving technology you demand and yields an incredible 37mpg on the open road. You'll want to go the extra mile in your Chevrolet Malibu LT that's eye-catching with its beautiful wheels, LED daytime running lights, and confident stance.Open the door to the LT crafted cabin with everything perfectly in place as if you had designed it yourself! Settle into the supportive power-adjustable driver seat and enjoy keyless start, the MyLink infotainment system touch screen, Android Auto/Apple CarPlay, available WiFi, Bluetooth, available satellite radio, and more!Your safety is paramount with Chevrolet as demonstrated by advanced airbags, OnStar, a tire-pressure monitor, and stability/traction control. With a spacious interior, efficiency paired with performance, and incredible safety ratings, Malibu is the smart choice. This is a well-rounded sedan that will meet all of your needs so... Print this page and call us Now... We Know You Will Enjoy Your Test Drive Towards Ownership! You've done your research, so stop by Del Toyota Inc. at 2945 E. Lincoln Hwy., Thorndale, PA 19372 today to drive home in your new car!
2014 Toyota Sienna
LE 7-Passenger Mobility Auto Access
Est. Loan $437/mo
[del] This well maintained 2014 Toyota Sienna LE is fully equipped with cloth seats ..... BUCKET SEATS ....... BACK-UP CAMERA ........ POWER DOORS and USB port!! This one is a must see!!! At Bergstrom of Kaukauna, we are proud to offer a high quality selection of pre-owned vehicles at competitive prices. Call us today at (866)939-0130 to speak with one of our knowledgeable sales representatives and schedule a test drive. STOP TODAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We believe that every Bergstrom Kaukauna guest deserves complete peace of mind when it comes to owning their vehicle, regardless of whether that vehicle is new or pre-owned. That's why we have created the Bergstrom Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle Promise. Every Bergstrom pre-owned vehicle is 123-point inspected, reconditioned and certified to never have been deemed salvaged, flood-damaged or lemon law.
2015 Honda Accord
Est. Loan $283/mo
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2015 Honda Accord
Est. Loan $342/mo
2015 Nissan Juke
Est. Loan $346/mo
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About used cars
If you've come here looking for a great deal on a used or certified pre-owned (CPO) car, truck, SUV for sale, then you're in the right place. Edmunds has everything you need to know about finding and buying the best cheap used car near you. At Edmunds we offer Carfax used car history reports, used car dealership listings and sales reviews, loan information, expert reviews, consumer car reviews, car cost comparisons (based on factors like condition, body style, mileage, and trim level), vehicle appraisal calculators, images and videos, technical features and specs, user forums and more.
View all of Edmunds' used inventory, containing hundreds of thousands of used automobiles, trucks and SUVs for sale with special offers, appraise your current vehicle for sale or trade-in value, and research the car of your dreams. You can limit your search to certified pre-owned vehicles for sale and be a click away from articles by our experts that will give you the best shopping and buying tips and advice. Let's take a closer look at each of these aids to easier used-car shopping.
The INVENTORY tab at the top of the page allows you to browse pre-owned autos for sale from popular makes such as Ford, Honda, Toyota, Chevrolet, Hyundai, Nissan, Acura and Jeep. Or shop by body style by selecting sedan, hybrid, SUV, hatchback, wagon, coupe, convertible, minivan, or pickup. The inventory tool allows you to cast a much wider net than simply visiting your local dealership's website. Start with the make and model of the vehicle that you're interested in and refine your search by used auto price, distance, model year and mileage. If you're looking for specific options or features, a certain trim level or a specific color, there are more advanced search filters available, including engine type, fuel type, drivetrain, powertrain, airbags, air-conditioning and much more. After you find the automobile you're interested in, select the listing to check out the VIN details page for that vehicle and get more information. There you'll find a description of the vehicle from the dealer, vehicle features and options, contact information for that dealership, dealer reviews, a ballpark insurance estimate, and a link to see a Carfax vehicle history report.
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Know before you go to the dealership
Quick guide to buying a used car
Buying a used car is one of the smartest financial decisions you can make. You pay less for the car and avoid the depreciation that new-car buyers face the moment the vehicle rolls off the dealer's lot. Buying used has a number of other advantages as well. You will pay less for registration and insurance. Also, the margin for discount is greater when you buy a used car. And if you purchase the vehicle from a private party, you will likely get an even better price than you would at a dealership.
Edmunds.com has an in-depth 10-step guide to buying a used car, but this article streamlines the process into five essentials for people on the go. You also can print out this article or save it on your smartphone and use it as a checklist as you're shopping.
If you want some help along the way, you can be paired with an Edmunds car-buying expert to assist you, no matter where you are in the used-car shopping process. The service is free.
1. Research your prospective used car.
The used-car market is like a huge haystack, and while it may seem tough to find that needle, a bit of online research cuts the legwork and speeds the process considerably. First, go to Edmunds' used car section. From here, you can either input the car you want, or scroll to the "Select a Make" section and click on an automaker you are interested in. You'll then get a list of cars to choose from, sorted by model year. Click on any given year and you will see a model review (if there is one available). Read the reviews from different model years to understand any significant changes that have occurred.
The next thing to do is get an idea of maintenance costs on any car you're considering. Proper maintenance is especially important on a used car, since it may not have a warranty to protect it if anything breaks down. People buy used cars as a way to save money, but often overlook the cost of maintenance, which might end up pushing them beyond the limits of their budget.
2. Get your financing in order.
Once you find the car you want, you'll want to move fast so it isn't sold out from under you. So it's a good idea to get your financing set up before you begin searching for your car. If you're paying cash, there is little to do except make sure you have the funds available to withdraw cash or get a cashier's check when it's time to do the deal.
If you are financing the vehicle, it is a good idea to get preapproved for a loan. This way, you'll know your purchasing budget and the interest rate for which you will qualify. Some lenders won't offer an auto loan if the vehicle is past a certain age. In this case, your next move might be to apply for a personal loan. Just be aware that those interest rates are typically higher than for auto loans.
3. Figure out where to shop for your used car.
There are a number of places to purchase a used car. This article goes more into detail, but for now, here's a quick rundown. CarMax offers no-haggle pricing and cars that are in good condition, but its prices are a bit higher than you'll find elsewhere. Private-party sellers have lower prices and can be negotiated with more easily, but the burden is on the buyer to get the car inspected. Major dealerships sell certified preowned cars that are in excellent condition and backed by factory warranties. This will appeal to buyers who want to minimize the risks of buying a used car and are willing to pay extra for it. Independent used-car lots are another option, but can vary wildly on price and the condition level of their cars.
On Edmunds.com, you can now check your area for vehicle listings. Clicking the local listings link takes you to our used-car inventory tool. The inventory tool has listings for used cars at participating dealerships. If you want to browse private-party listings, you can go to sites like Autotrader.com or eBay Classifieds. Another resource is online peer-to-peer car buying and selling, including such companies as Beepi, Carvana, Tred and Zipflip. Their services vary, but can include car inspections, warranties and return policies.
4. Test-drive and inspect the vehicle.
Once you've narrowed the field down to a couple of candidates, it's very important to thoroughly check out their condition and take them for a test-drive.
A thorough vehicle inspection can shed light on potential problems or tell you whether the car has been in an accident. Don't hesitate to bring your mechanic to see the car, or to request a mobile inspection. Take the car for a spin to listen for any unusual noises and to see if you like the way it drives. If you are an audiophile, now is also the time to test-drive the audio system.
A vehicle history report from services such as AutoCheck, Carfax or the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System is worth the money and could help tip the scales in favor of one car over another.
5. Negotiate and close the deal.
Don't stress out over a little bit of haggling. If you've done your homework on the car, you will have the information you need to negotiate. You should be able to determine a fair price for the car you've settled on by appraising the vehicle and getting its True Market Value (TMV®), also known as the average price paid, for the vehicle in your area. Make sure you input the correct miles and choose the applicable options. Edmunds' TMV tool will show you what you can expect to pay for the vehicle, depending on whether the seller is a private party or a dealership. You'll also get the car's estimated trade-in value.
Keep in mind that TMV is an average. You may end up above or below the price, but as long as you get reasonably close, you've paid a fair price. Also, know that the margins for used cars are greater than for new cars at dealerships. Don't be afraid to make a lower opening offer than you would if you were shopping for a new car.
Most private sellers aren't as experienced in negotiating as a dealer would be. Use this to your advantage and make a fair but aggressive offer. If the seller turns it down, be persistent and counter with a slightly higher amount.
When the time comes to close the used car sale, there are a few important items to take care of. Have the seller get a smog test for the car, if it is required by your state. Check the registration to ensure it is current. Make sure the seller gives you the title (also called a "pink slip"). If the owner still owes money on the vehicle, you may have to contact his bank or credit union to complete the transfer of ownership. Some states require the seller and buyer to complete a bill of sale. This document is good to have in case you are pulled over and haven't yet registered the vehicle. To prevent any hassles like that in the first place, go to the Department of Motor Vehicles as soon as possible to register the vehicle in your name and pay any appropriate taxes.
Explore Car-Buying Articles: If you're unsure about the next steps in buying a used car — or car buying in general — Edmunds has research articles that can help. Take a look at those we've linked to on this page, or visit our research main page for a full list of articles that have been written by Edmunds car-shopping experts.