Important Step When Buying Any Used Vehicle is the Pre-Purchase Inspection
Not all Pre-Purchase Inspections are the same!
Auto P. I. 600-Point Pre-Purchase Inspection Includes:
A comprehensive Bumper-to-Bumper, Mechanical, Electrical, Body & Frame Inspection, including On-Board Computer Diagnostics, Compression Evaluation, Road Test, Safety Recalls, and current Texas DMV Title information.
All inspections are performed by ASE Master Certified Technicians and Frame Specialists. All vans are fully equipped with all the necessary testing & evaluating equipment, including computer testing and hydraulic lifts.
Regardless of what make or model of used vehicle you buy, or if you buy it from a dealer, individual or it is a certified pre-owned; it is the BUYERS RESPONSIBILITY to determine the current condition of the vehicle including any existing problems and previous accident damage. A Carfax report cannot tell you the current condition of any mechanical or electrical system and most accidents do not show up on a Carfax report.
A vehicle history report or buying a certified vehicle are NOT a substitute for a professional pre-purchase inspection! You cannot negotiate your best deal until your determine the actual condition of every component and system. A profession Pre-purchase inspection is the most important process when purchasing any used vehicle.