When thinking of buying salvaged cars questions come to mind such as, "Should I?", "Should I not?", or " Should I wait?" These are normal questions to ask yourself. Here are a couple reasons for buying salvaged cars.
You can get a used salvaged car for 40- 60% of the cost of the new one. This is the main reason that one should get a salvaged car - the incredible savings one will receive. Take for example a 2007 Chevy Impala for $22900, which has a salvage value of $13900, and a 2006 BMW M3 with a retail value of $45010 having a salvage value of $25500. While some cars usually go for an average of 40%-60% of their retail value, imported cars will, on average, sell for 50%-70% of their original value. Coupled with an initial low purchasing price, being good with bargaining skills can see you arriving at an even lower cost.
Insurance Costs are lower.
Insurance costs for salvaged cars can be dramatically lower than retail cars. The only hindrance would be the driving history of the driver and not the history of the car. If the car is truly salvaged, transfer costs will be higher on the DMV.
You Can Still Get Good Mileage
Although some salvaged cars have had years of wear and tear, buyers can be sure that the car can be certified road worthy. Mechanics and other automobile professionals including the dealer themselves can provide tests to prove this. Though salvaged cars will not carry the same warranty as if the vehicle was new, the new owner may receive some of the warranty from the seller, sometimes at no additional cost. With this deal, this is definitely one reason to buy salvaged cars.
Custom the Car the Way You Want
With a salvaged car, the owner can now customize the car and its features to how he or she sees it fit. They can adjust features to make that dream car. Also, especially men who like to flex a muscle would prefer to build a car from scratch, and buying salvaged cars provide that experience.
These are just a few of the reasons for buying salvaged cars.