How to Buy a Used Suzuki Grand Vitara


Whether you're buying a new or used vehicle, the purchase of a car is a major decision in a person's life. Once you've weighed your options and decided that the Suzuki Grand Vitara is the right fit for your lifestyle, it can really pay off to do a little bit of research before you hit the car lots. Finding out about the options available and a general price range is key to ensuring that you get the best used car for your money.

  • Decide on the Grand Vitara that fits your budget. The Grand Vitara went into production in 1999 and has been popularly produced for a decade. There will be a wide fluctuation of price ranges for the used Grand Vitaras depending on whether you decide to purchase a 1999 model (about $3,000 to $5,000 as of August 2009) or a 2008 model ($13,000 to $19,000).

  • Research pricing and optional features (for example, you may need 4WD, which comes as an option on the Vitara). Decide whether you would prefer a higher mileage but later model vehicle, or an earlier model with lower miles. The best way to research the average price on buying a Grand Vitara is to visit Kelley Blue Book online. By using this free service, you can find out which options are available on certain model Grand Vitaras and get an idea of what you are expected to pay for the Grand Vitara you want.

  • Start shopping. Because many used-car dealers may not have a Grand Vitara in stock, the best thing to do is to call the individual dealerships and ask if they have any in stock at present. Another good place to look is online through classifieds such as Craigslist and auction sites such as eBay motors. and also carry a wide variety of Suzuki vehicles, including Grand Vitaras. And don't forget that your local Suzuki dealer also sells used cars, so be sure to make a trip to its lot as well.

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