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Buying a car can be like walking through a minefield. There are doubts and questions at every turn. What car should...
Buying a car can be like walking through a minefield. There are doubts and questions at every turn. What car should I buy? Where should I look? How can I find the best deal? Is there anyone I can trust?
The best thing to do before searching for a new or used car is to educate yourself about the market. We’ve compiled a list of sites to help you do just that — so you can find the right car for you!
Autotrader: The largest classified website for automobiles, this online marketplace has a great search function and also provides advice, reviews, and comparison tools.
Kelley Blue Book: KBB is the gold standard in automotive valuation. The “Blue Book” value of a car has been used since the first physical Blue Book was published back in 1926. The website remains a trusted resource for buying and selling cars.
Cars.com: The second largest classified site behind Autotrader, this very usable site is partnered with Kelly Blue Book and CARFAX.
Craigslist: This popular free classified site has localised versions for cities throughout the world. Craigslist is a popular way to independently sell cars locally without incurring fees from middlemen.
CARFAX: A useful way to get vehicle history reports from cars and light trucks on the US and Canadian markets, buyers can pay for the service themselves or request CARFAX reports from the dealer.
Rennlist: A site centred on performance cars, Rennlist features discussion forums and classified sections for vehicles and parts.
eBay Motors: eBay’s motor section lists vehicles for auction and “buy right now” prices with an easy-to-use search function.
Hemmings: The “world’s largest collector car marketplace, Hemmings specialises in classic cars, but includes many high-end newer models.
Bring a Trailer: This useful search site crawls other sites like Hemmings, eBay, and Craigslist for classic or vintage cars.
CarGurus: A research and shopping site that compares local listings for new and used vehicles. CarGurus features reviews, a price calculator, and an active community of users.
Kijiji: A Canadian free classifieds site with a large car section, Kijiji features both English and French versions.
Autotempest: An aggregate site that uses its search function to crawl other websites like cars.com, Craigslist, and eBay Motors.
Got any more helpful sites for buying a car? Let us know in the comments section!