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A Detailed Guide on Where to Buy 2nd Hand Car in the Philippines

By Andrea Nicole


Posted on Aug 22, 2022


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With more financial constraints brought about by the pandemic, it’s always an option to come up with ideas that will lower one’s expenses. Cars have become a necessity, both addressing convenience and safety, but it’s never in question that the cost of purchasing one is high. 

With this in mind, more and more individuals have resorted to buying second-hand cars. No need to worry because as long as you know where to buy, it’s as if you’re buying brand new ones in the market. 

To help you with your next car search, listed below are the best stores where you can buy your next second-hard in the Philippines.

Tsikot

Tsikot has been one of the institutions in the car-selling business. It broke ground in the early 2000s and has cast stone its name as one of the best sellers of second-hand cars online. What makes it one of the best is because of its comprehensive listing of both new and used cars. Added bonus is its offerings of car parts and the services that come from it (i.e. repair, accessories, car wash, window tinting, and car rentals). 

Another advantage that it has is its user-friendly interface for both website and mobile. If you’re looking for a specific vehicle, it’s easy for you to find it using filter keywords like the body type, condition, make, model, price, and body type. If you’re also conscious of your budget, it also has the option to be ranked from the lowest to highest price. 

More importantly, Tsikot’s site is perfect for someone who is very careful in choosing their car. It has a useful feature that has the ability to compare up to five cars at a time, providing a side-by-side comparison of both interior and exterior parts. This is perfect for a more comprehensive decision-making matrix.

Automart.Ph

Are you avoiding those buyer premiums that primarily come from the high charges due to middlemen? With Automart.Ph, you don’t have to worry about these things. Their car offerings are very much affordable and they have a system that makes the buying process as seamless as possible. 

For one, unlike other sellers, they partnered with the Philippines’ major banks to ensure that payment is as easy as possible. This also increases their trust rating with their buyers. 

Lastly, they take pride in their professionalism. They deploy professional sales advisers that are experts in their fields, while still maintaining the genuinity of their offerings. Even if these advisers have locked in the sales, they still make sure that they are with their clients at every step of the process.

Carmudi

Carmudi is one of the top online sellers of second-hand cars in the Philippines. Their listings are known to be top quality coming from their unique multi-point inspection service. This means that all of their vehicles’ conditions are transparent to the public, from the under-chassis up to the interior. They make sure that it is ready for use while still maintaining safety and efficiency. 

The detailed vehicle inspection report coming from their initiative can be downloaded for free on their website. It explicitly shows the detailed findings from each component and whether these have passed safety and quality checks along the process. There’s also a part where they provide recommendations on which areas of the vehicles need repairing and replacing.

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Philmotors.com

As one of the biggest car sellers in the country, Philmotors.com is dedicated to providing the best customer experience to its clients. They have a wide range of offerings with 3,000 used cars at their disposal. What’s good about this is that they don’t box themselves with what’s new in the market but have extended their market to both minor and major car brands to cater to different kinds of customers. 

Philomotors.com also has a large base on their end. They have more than 200 car agents in the Philippines who can help their clients with every car purchase. People see them as a walking advertisements coming from all the unpaid advertising they get from the promotions of their agents. They also take pride in giving the best customer service in the market with them helping every customer get their every need.

AutoDeal

Autodeal serves as a middleman between buyers and sellers. They feature second-hand listings coming from private sellers and certified dealers in the Philippines. You can choose the one that fits your needs by using the filters on their sites: model, price range, engine size, number of seats, fuel types, and make. Aside from the said used cars, you may also find repossessed cars that may fit the preference of your clients. 

Autodeal also has a space for negotiation. Once you have set the stone on the car that you want to purchase, their services enable you to request quotes from the direct dealers through the help of their sites. They value customer service and that’s why their customer support team helps you should you not receive any response from the direct car dealer within 48 hours of inquiry.

Choose the Best

Buying second-hand cars is never an easy task. There are various factors that you have to consider before coming up with your own decision. With those listed above, you can never go wrong in finding the best one that will fit your wants and needs.


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