INSPECTED AND MAINTAINED
Here you will find vehicle offers that change on a weekly basis and these comprise nearly new cars as a rule. Our portfolio usually includes all makes and models of the most varied vehicle categories, whose origin and use mostly stem from the area of business leasing as well as being used as company cars. Furthermore, you can trade in your old vehicle with us.
Technological progress, which makes a lot of things easier but also more complicated, is gaining importance in this day and age in view of the many electrical systems which belong to a modern car today. This progress has prolonged the intervals between performed inspections. Thank God this results in cost savings for you!! A few years ago service intervals every 10,000 km were still necessary for a vehicle. Nowadays an inspection can be due only every 30,000 km. Furthermore, the board computer provides information and digital indicators about wear and tear – and maintenance intervals. The vehicle owner should always adhere to these indications and service intervals in a timely manner, in order to guarantee the optimal usage of the vehicle. The choice of the workshop is left to the owner. As soon as the manufacturer’s guarantee has expired, the vehicle does not necessarily have to be serviced by an authorised workshop. However, one should make sure that the inspections are carried out according to manufacturer specifications. During the performance of an inspection – just like for general inspection – “TÜV” (a certified inspection) is not prescribed by law.
In particular, we make sure that all prescribed service intervals according to manufacturer specifications have been performed on the vehicles we offer, which consist of lease returns, company cars and (up to) one-year-old cars as a rule.
Mileage, which might seem too high in your opinion, should not be a deal-breaker in any case. Of course – If you like a car and the mileage is not too high, even better! After all, the mileage only indicates how much the vehicle has been moved in total, but not whether it has been driven on long-distance routes almost free of wear, or whether it made a daily trip to the next post box. The best example for the “post box drive” is the clutch, which suffers from much higher wear on short distances than on motorways. You will not find an overall guideline regarding what mileage should refrain you from buying a used car. Naturally, the mileage is a criterion for many people when purchasing a car. The condition of the interior, the engine, the car body and the service booklet are some features which can provide evidence regarding the actual condition of the vehicle. As part of our purchasing policy, we strive to pay attention to many of the features mentioned, in order to be able to offer you a good vehicle that is also appropriate regarding the price-performance ratio as a final result.
With reference to the depreciation of a new car, your savings with a used car are a great benefit vis-à-vis the small signs of wear on the vehicle.
Since the demands on a used car are different, the condition of a vehicle is not always the same. Because not all of us are alike, the same goes for vehicles. Here and there a scratch might turn up or a small dent can appear. As a rule, this is taken into account by our pricing policy. For this reason, personal contact is very important to us and together with you we can find a solution for almost everything.