When shopping for a second-hand Jaguar car, conduct extensive research into Jaguar models and pricing structures, shop from registered dealers, check for signs of involvement in accidents, and check the history of the car of interest. A buyer can get a significant bargain if he shops for the car toward the end of the month.
Before buying a second hand Jaguar, research the make, model and specifications of the car of interest. The Internet offers research materials to find model variants, price ranges and availability of spare parts. Consider shopping from a registered dealer to ensure the purchase is legal. A registered dealer is also likely to offer a full refund in case the car fails to meet expectations or contains defects not mentioned by the dealer.
Check for mismatched colors, plastic mouldings, gaps between panels and cosmetic seals before taking a second-hand car for a test drive. Signs of welding under the car and inconsistent paint jobs on the interior and exterior parts of the car may also be signs of involvement in an accident. Additionally, check the registration documents, certificates, mileage and service history of the car to make sure the purchase legal and it is a fair deal.