So you have saved up enough money that you finally plan to buy your own car rather than going for the option of auto finance loan, but the question is whether the money you have is enough to get a cheap car? What is the minimum you can spend on it? And will that really get you a reliable car? Well, to answer that, we have gathered some tips for you to find cheap cars that may come under your budget and suit you well.

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\"\"Setting Expectations

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If you have a limited budget, it is suggested to look for cars here that are at least ten years old that have been driven maximum to 100,000 miles. This may sound a lot but if one is looking for a cheap car, you will have to lower your expectations a bit. You never know you might come out surprised and find something better even.

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Where to Look

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By carefully searching and filtering over the internet for used car listings, you can find your type of car near your locality and usually with clear images that will help you decide whether you should set up a meeting or not. The search filters on online websites is now customized and have filters according to your own tastes and budgets. If the price is lesser, it is known as the best deal.

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Setting Search Items

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When shopping for a used car, below mentioned areas are that should be kept in mind;

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Price: your maximum savings should be up to $3,500 and then you can bargain with the sellers down to your price range.

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Mileage: the maximum mileage set should be 150,000 to begin with.

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Distance: Start within your area and then broaden the search area if you are unable to find according to your requirements.

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Model: initially, start the process by without making any selection just to see what the available options are and then narrow down by choosing the reliable and well-known brands.

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Cars to Avoid

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It is advised that if you are on a tight budget but want your own rent to buy cars Brisbane, avoid going for the European made or steer clear cars as they require high maintenance cost and repairs. Also, avoid going for cars that have been in major accidents. They may be well looking and performing now but at the time of reselling, you will face a major loss on it.

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 Inspection of Used Cars

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Begin by looking at the appearance of the used car and how the owner has maintained it. If the car passes your inspection, spend a few dollars for a mechanic to have a look at it and give you a professional advice.