Top 10 Used Car Websites for You to Use

Buying used cars is relatively easy these days as you can do most if not all of the research, browsing and inquiring, online.

Whether you’re looking for a dependable family car, a truck to haul stuff to the flea market, or even a luxury SUV, finding the ideal vehicle at the right price can require a lot of sleuthing. But there are many sites that can help you find your perfect ride. So that said, here are some of the best used car websites to help you on your journey to ‘new’ car ownership.

Autolist.com

This easy to use site displays millions of vehicles from various sources. It has one of the highest-rated used-car apps available and works with both android and iOS phones. Users can view all kinds of details about the car, and the app has features such as instant price drop alerts.

Autotrader.com

Autotrader has been around a long time and has built up decades of trust, and with such a longstanding reputation, it is the go-to resource for many. With over 3 million listings from some 40,000 dealers and 250,000 private sellers, the selection is incredible.

Edmunds.com

Just like Autotrader, Edmunds was originally a paperback booklet you could buy at newsstands and so it’s well respected in the industry and offers a variety of options and search features. As well as listings, Edmunds also offers advice and articles that can help educate people about the buying process.

Kbb.com (Kelley Blue Book site)

Kelley Blue Book is well known of course for providing accurate estimates of a car’s value. The site also offers expert reviews, top ten lists, and can even calculate your car payment for you.

Autotempest.com

The search results on this website are drawn from various sources and they also have a blog, car reviews, and buying guides. Search results are streamlined to provide all the necessary information and you can also save your searches.

EnterpriseCarSales.com

If you’re interested in a former rental car and don’t mind possibly high mileage, this may be a good resource to find a newer used car. They actually offer a seven-day “buyer’s remorse” period, a 12 month or 12,000-mile limited warranty, and one year of roadside assistance.

CarGurus.com

This company strives to build trust through transparency and their website is a great resource for potential car buyers. They offer car ratings, comparable car listings, and many other useful features.

Carsdirect.com

As well as helping you find a car, Carsdirect, just like some of the other resources on this list, can help you with financing. It also has a buying guide, ranking, vehicle comparisons, and educational videos.

Hemmings.com

This is a great resource for classic car, truck, and motorcycle collectors. As well as searching for vehicles, Hemmings also helps you find parts for your project car. It offers a blog and sends out newsletters, and you can subscribe to a number of print publications.

Craigslist.com

You can find just about anything on Craigslist but it’s a great resource to find local cars as well as those from further afield. There’s no fancy graphics or features but it does include images and you can probably negotiate a great deal on a vehicle you like. Just be careful of course as always, buyer beware when purchasing a car from a private seller.

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