Buying a used car turns sticky if you don’t give it a second look

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Buying a used car turns sticky if you don’t give it a second look

It may have low mileage, look immaculate and have had only one owner, but you must still look a little deeper

Consumer journalist

Never buy a used car without getting it assessed by a competent, professional mechanic first.

It may have low mileage, look immaculate and have had only one owner, but trust me, what you can’t see under the bonnet could cause you a world of financial and emotional pain.

Take Leandri Welthagen’s experience...

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