Where to Find and Buy The Perfect Used Car

Where to find and buy the perfect used car.


We at Vehicle-Virgins™ are a dedicated group of college students here to help you make one of the most important decisions of your life: buying your first car. What sets us apart from other consumer review organizations is our perspective of review; we approach the cars as any kid would, not only as a professional automotive journalist would. We take into account real-world decision factors such as budget, reliability, safety, and maintenance, but we also rate cars on their appeal to a younger market. At 19 and 20 years old, we have spent lots of time looking for our first cars, and we know what appeals to us as well as our friends.

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ExtraArmedSquid says:

I was looking for a VW Beetle and found few within 5 cities of my area on any sites other than Craigslist. Any help on that?

G_murda says:

Maybe you could do one on the Audi tt? Prices/reliability etc…

Peter Odintsov says:

If you spend less than $30k on a v10 m5, get ready to spend thousands on repairs when shit goes wrong (and it WILL very soon for that price). 


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e60 Source says:

Did you bought your m5 in craigslist?

Duel MasterBlaze says:

How do you get a pre person inspection?

Lu Inc. says:

How about auction places where local dealers go and get cheap vehicles, fyi then they sell it to make money

Lewis72 says:

I bought my ’99 M5 from… EBay (UK).

I wasn’t even after buying a car !! I was just scrolling through the listsings, seeing what interesting stuff was on there, window shopping then saw the M5 with 3 minutes to go. I watched the clock count down… to zero. No bids.
I e-mailed the seller, asking him if he wanted to sell. I was prepared to pay the £6k original asking price but he offered me it for £5750 !!

Over 2 years later I still have it. It’s had 2 new VANOS sensors and will soon be getting new tyres, brake lines and low-pressure fuel line.

That’s it !!

Oh, & drop links.

Mr illSick says:

Was looking for a 350z and found about 6 for sale in my town. Looking for a manual coupe but all were in pretty shit condition or had over 170k miles sadly 🙁 but i did find a near perfect condition 05 roadster that had little to no issues….but it was automatic. Would you guys settle for an auto? I was thinking of sticking with this car until i have enough to trade and buy a 370z

Bobby Krepek says:

What’s everyone’s opinion on extended warranties?

Karim nassef says:

what stereo/navigation do you have 

Flammable 281 says:

The main reason Beemers are so cheap to buy used is because of the repair cost of stuff that undoubtedly breaks on them. After about five years or so these cars can and do become serious money pits to keep on the road

Digital Car Addict says:

Also, the used car section of big name dealership like Chevy, Ford, and Dodge in your area is my best way to get a nice used car at a good price. I then use ebay, Craigslist, etc. as a base for how much that particular ranges for in selling price and compare. Usually you want to buy a car that is not what they sell there new.
For Example: If you want a nice used mustang at a good price, it’s better to buy it at a Dodge Dealer or Chevy dealer (not a Ford dealer because of high prices) and while you’re there or even before check the range in price of what that particular vehicle is selling for on Craigslist, eBay etc. with similar options and miles. But let’s say for some reason you HATE buying used cars, the best way to get a new car at an insanely good price is September, October, December where you can get great deals on left over 2016 cars because they are already bringing in the 2017’s.
And if you for some reason want the newest car 2017 model, than the best way to save some money (while it’s slight but at least something) you want to buy your car towards the end of the month. Leave the dealer and comeback the next day and they’ll change the numbers a lot to try to sell you that car.
Hope this helps!

Fredrik Nilsson says:

Hey Vehicle Virgins!

I’ve been thinking about buying a first-gen Volvo C70 T5 and alot of people told me that it’s a wolf in cheeps clothing. Is it really the cheap sportscar car that people says??

So I was woundering if you guys could do a review on it?

Thanks in advance!

viking2172 says:

Im saving for a 2007 m5

Mau Jo says:

What advice would you have for adults (not young adults) that have never had a car before and are looking for buy their first car ?


This site is too expensive

bob sacamento says:

you’ll never find a free vehicle history report. its impossible but i know where u can get one for almost free! http://www.ebay.com/itm/291652880960?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

Easy E-van says:

Did you buy your M5 from private party or from a dealer.

comicslayerr says:

Why do you sound like the guys on ASAP Science

Hyuck The Zoroark says:

Kelly blue book isn’t always right. Said a Lincoln is worth only 7,000.

Blue says:

Go to jamesedition.com it sells new and used cars worldwide, but only for luxury market buyers. They also have the most exclusive things. This includes the sellers of Koenigsegg, Pagani, Aventador SVs, Bugattis, 675LTs, P1S, many LaFerraris, and loads of Porsche 918 Spyders. They have about 4000 cars for sale. Try there!

Kris Sams says:


alex 4rex says:

For germany: mobile.de (currently 1,2 million cars on within germany) or autoscout24.de

Doritos Man says:

How about Cargurus?

kevin walters vlogs says:

I’m a fan

Anonymous says:

A used German car is a tick time bomb of a huge repair bill and fucking nightmare to maintain in good shape

Courtlon Holness says:

Terrible tips I’m 17 …I’m not even going above 10k

rafael502 says:

How does one go about getting an inspection? Make the owner drive their car to your local mechanic? What if the seller lives like 40 miles away from your mechanic?

Mark Campbell says:

when you gave real advice

CatDerp52 says:

eBay XD

John Dziubinski says:

Yea craigslist

only and always footy says:

do a R34 review and supra if you haven’t already

Gamma052 says:

Perhaps for a future video, you could go over your recording, editing, and whatever other capture equipment you use to make videos?

Kyle Rollins says:

I know what I want (an E92 generation M3 coupe w/competition package and maybe some of the other tech), I just need to look for a job that uses my degree first…

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