Cape Town second hand vehicles can be found from a variety of dealerships all over the city. These pre-owned cars come in a variety of top market models such as BMW and Volkswagen. A number of Toyota and Honda cars can be found for reasonable prices, however there are things that you should definitely check before agreeing to purchase the car. Firstly, one easy tell to see if the car is in good condition and has not been in an accident is to check the body work of the Toyota or Honda that you are interested in. The lines of the body work must match up, if they do not, then the motor almost definitely has been in a code three accident.
Another way to check if the to see if Cape Town second hand vehicles have had an accident is to look inside the bonnet at the paintwork under the bonnet to see if the paint matches the paintwork on the outside of the car. If there is a discrepancy then the car has most likely been in an accident. Always ask to see the cars full service history if you have any doubts about a vehicle that you are looking to buy from a dealership. This is especially necessary if you are looking at a vehicle that has been advertised at a dealership that is selling cheap automobiles. Often what happens is that people selling pre-owned cars for really low prices are looking to either sell these vehicles to people who want to fix them up or are looking to scam innocent people out of their money in order to get rid of the car.
So if you are looking for cheap automobiles or pre-owned vehicles in the Cape Town area then be sure to make sure that the Honda or Volkswagen that you are looking to buy is in good condition and has a full service history. This is especially true for vehicle models such as Toyota and BMW as these vehicles are often sold in what appears to be good condition but have issues that crop up once you have left the dealership.