When you are looking to buy 7 passenger vehicles, there are a number of things that you would need to do in order to make the process much easier for yourself. The first of these is choosing a good dealer to work with. When you are looking for people selling used 7 seater SUVs, the first thing you would need to do is find someone who is looking to sell theirs. In order to ensure that you get a bargain, it is a good idea to make sure that you do not choose one randomly, as you may end up getting scammed very easily this way.
A good idea to take advantage of when you are buying 7 seater vehicles is to buy them from individuals. If you can find an individual who is selling their seven seater car, you will realize that it is much easier to do business with them. For instance, it is usually much easier to bargain with an individual than with a company. Since a private seller can get much more for his vehicle by selling it himself than to a dealer, it is quite common to find a large number of private sellers in the classifieds section. This means that it is possible to get the car at a much cheaper price when you buy it from an individual than from a dealership. In addition to that, the fact that you don’t have to pay any middlemen also reduces the cost of the car.
When you buy a car from an individual, you may not get any guarantee that it is mechanically sound. This means that before buying it, it is advisable to have it examined by a highly qualified mechanic so that they can find out if it has any faults. Many garages offer special rates to have vehicles inspected before purchase. They will also ensure that the vehicle is safe and can be registered with the motor vehicles department. It is also a good idea to look into the insurance history of the vehicle. If it has ever been involved in an accident, then any claims made will be reflected in the insurance history. After you have bought the car, it is also advisable to have it thoroughly serviced before you can start using it. Issues such as cleaning the interior and making sure that that the engine is running properly will all go a long way in making sure that you have the best experience with the car.
Geo Metro-1996- 3 cylinder, 5 sped, 4 passenger, little bomb of a car. We loved!!! it. Are Geo Metro’s good car’s absolutely one of the best most funnest cars you could ever want to own & drive in your life. Very affordable, to maintain, and gas was almost a nonexistent necessity almost.
I was a single mother of 3 with a kid just graduated from H.S. & getting ready to go to college, she was working hard to pay her own way through college and was having to drive a big old full size ¾ ton chassis dodge van to school….318 Eng. Gas mileage is not that great in the van. It was painted like an ole hippy van. Spray can’s tie dyed it was pretty cool, But not real efficient. Anyway I decided that as the Mom I would go and buy a car that was affordable for her to have to drive back & forth to college since she was commuting, the dealership had a sharp little red one there & we tried it out. We liked & decided it had plenty of get up & go even with just 3 cylinders under the hood.
You could turn that little bugger around on a time. It was just plain fun to drive. I never ever got stuck in the snow while I was driving that car. Of course part of that was the front wheel drive & part of it was the manual transmission but it was just so easy to drive & if you had any sense at all you couldn’t get stuck when you were driving it. I always felt comfortable while driving it. Even when surrounded by the big rigs cause if had plenty of get up & go.
There was only one time in all the times when I was ever going anywhere that I was ever worried. We were on I-75 so on our way to Corbin, KY pulling up the side of the mountain going through London, the little thing was loaded down it had 4 adults in it, our luggage, & a mountain to pull up well that was a little hard, but it made it. I down shifted and a little engine that could DID! Plus we had food stuff in there for the Thanksgiving holiday. I’m here to tell you I wish they still built them I’d buy another one. The only reason I don’t still have ours is my son ended up wrecking it & it protected him wonderfully even then. You wouldn’t have thought so would you? He hit a cement overpass embankment and didn’t even have a scratch on him, a couple of bumps but not hurt. The lord was with him & the little car protected him. It always ran good, never gave us any trouble. My best friend owned one for years and loved hers also. My sister owned multiple geo’s & loved one and all.