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Q: where is the best place to buy a second hand car, or a cheap new car in Lanzhou?

my funds are limited cheers

9 years 3 weeks ago in  Shopping - Lanzhou

 
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There should be a car lot that has for sale on it. A lot of the cars you will see will have signs on them and the car dealer can tell you the history of the automobile. You better test drive before you take it out for a spin because the second hand cars are usually driven by the car dealers until somebody is ready to purchase it. That's how second hand car deals work in China. If you want a cheap new car look at a Hyundai or a Smart Car!

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