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Best Ways to Research Used Car Values

by Paige Estigarribia


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Through all the good and bad in my life, I've had a few best friends for a very long time. These are gals I can call when I'm happy, or sad, or nervous, or curious...or just to chat. And I trust these ladies completely! Having known them for such a long time, their advice and perspective is irreplaceable when it comes to many important decisions in my life. I know, through my single, married, and now parenting life, that I've can always count on my close girlfriends. Buying a car is a big decision, and both Autotrader and Kelley Blue Book are awesome resources for car shopping - the ultimate #GFGuideToCarShopping!

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Autotrader and Kelley Blue Book are the most-visited car shopping and information website. In fact, when I bought my last car, I researched information from both websites before my purchase. And the #GFGuideToCarShopping car shopping guide is full of expert tips - things like navigating the car shopping process and negotiating a deal. The guide has everything you need to know about the car shopping process!

One of the best things about the guide is all the information on used car purchases, and certified pre-owned vehicles. This last car I purchased was also a certified pre-owned car, and it was such a great way to get a fantastic car at a discounted price. Autotrader's article on buying a certified car explains why buying a certified used car can be a great way to get an excellent auto at a terrific price. The Autotrader website is a great resource for tips and suggestions when you're looking to buy a used car.

Take a look at all of the great information in the car shopping guide. It's definitely an informative resource for anyone looking for a car! Just like your best girlfriends, Autotrader and Kelley Blue Book are trustworthy resources when you're ready to purchase a car.


Paige Estigarribia is a writer for The Dollar Stretcher who enjoys writing about food, frugal living, and money-saving tips. Visit Paige on Google+.

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