It is advised to pay attention to this before buying a used car.
The first step is to inspect the headlights and foglights, advises auto expert Igor Shagapov. Their appearance will show how carefully the owner treated the car.
Then you should look at the chrome elements, plastic parts and lining, as well as the buttons, gearshift lever, steering wheel and armrest. If these elements are heavily worn and worn out, you should be wary. Does the wear match the mileage on the odometer?
But in general, the expert says, all cars wear out differently. For example, German ones with a mileage of 300 thousand km can look decent, and the Chevrolet Aveo steering wheel peels off already by 100 thousand km.
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