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Q: What is the best website for finding a second hand car in China?

8 years 1 week ago in  Transport & Travel - China

 
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Don't have an answer but... Don't buy anything you cannot see beforehand. I would be very careful as the view on maintenance and the amount of small fender benders means a second hand car can be in terrible shape. 

Also, second hand cars are strangely expensive. The only second hand dealers I've seen mainly have Lexus/Infinity/BMW/Mercedes and the car of corruption, Audi. Something reasonable new, that looks OK is also far too expensive. 

 

As a curiosity. BMW's that are imported are much more second hand than BMW's that are built in China. Go figure. 

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We have been looking at second hand cars. There is not much difference in price between a second hand car and a new one.

One dealer wanted 80'000 for a 12 year old passat. Insane pricing.

The best deal we could see was a '07 Peugeot 206 for 43'000.

That was going to a specific second hand dealer area.

The cars online look even worse price wise and if you do not know what you are looking for (hidden damage, replaced panels, oil leaks, screwed engines etc) it is best not to bother.

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You'll find you second hand car here:

 

http://sta.ganji.com/src/att/project/spokesman/index.html

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