At CarsDirect.com, we want to empower the customer. That's why we offer upfront pricing on all of our new cars. Now we bring that same power and simplicity to the used car buying process.
Since we don't sell used cars directly to our customers, we can't offer a guaranteed CarsDirect price. What we do offer is valuable used car pricing tools and expansive used car listings to help you find the right car for you at the best possible price.
Your first step is to find out which models fit your budget. We make it easy with comprehensive pricing reports for used models.
If you have a specific model in mind, we'll show you detailed price listings for the past several model years of that vehicle. We provide a price range for each model year to reflect the price fluctuations that can occur in the used car market. This gives you an idea of what you can afford, as well as what you can realistically expect to pay.
You can also browse used cars by category and price range, which results in a diverse range of models and model years that fit your criteria. This is ideal for shoppers who haven't yet made up their minds and want to know their used car options. For instance, you can cross-shop a relatively new economy car with a slightly older entry-luxury car.
Once you've figured out which model you want, you may want to get expert advice from a member of the CarsDirect.com authorized dealer network (available in most regions). If so, we'll match you with a VIP representative at a dealer near you, who can help you with pricing and availability, financing, and anything else you may need.
If you'd rather choose your own dealer, you can check out our comprehensive used car listings in your area. You can search our listings and then contact whichever dealer has the car or truck you want at the best price.
The smart way to buy used cars is to start online. At CarsDirect.com, we equip you with the information you need to get the best possible deal when it comes time to visit the dealer. Get started here.
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