When considering buying used BMW cars there are a number of checks and tests you should carry out before parting with your money.
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To start with understanding that first impressions do count. If you immediately get drawn to a specific BMW you see on a forecourt you should definitely make inquiries about the vehicle.
Take a look around the exterior, if you see any dents, marks, or over-spray marks you should pause and consider the fact that the car may have been involved in an accident.
Lift open the cover and give the engine a once over. Even if you are not an expert when it comes to mechanics there are still certain signs you can look at. If there is an excess of oil splattered over various components you should not contemplate buying the car. Take a moment to check various oil and fluid levels. If any of them are overly dirty it would also point to there being a problem.
Never put money down on a vehicle without first of all taking it for a test drive. When you start a used BMW it should turn over the first time, if it does not you should go for another option.
When starting the car, keep the window down so you can hear how the engine sounds, also look for excessive smoke coming from the exhaust.
When out on the road in used BMW cars, feel how smooth the transmission is and also judge alignment. If the vehicle starts to veer to one side it is a sign of a problem. Also, check out both the emergency brake and foot brake.