The Pleasures of Adding a Car to Your Fleet
There was a time when fleet managers would have to trawl through the pages of the local newspapers in a bid to find a car that would suit their business’s needs.
Alternatively, they could spend a day or two travelling from one dealer’s forecourt to the next, hoping to pin down the vehicle that ticked all of their company’s boxes. It was laborious, time-consuming and, in many cases, exceptionally frustrating.
Needless to say, the development of the worldwide web has changed the whole process for the better.
The part relating to the documentation, when it comes to buying a used car, and the most difficult and where it is necessary to pay more attention. Below we listed briefly the most important documents that verify and inspect before purchasing.
– Registration certificate describes the technical characteristics of the vehicle and periodic revisions required in which it was submitted. It 'best to check that the number on the frame is the same as the one shown in the manual and that the characteristics of the exhaust system are compatible with those requests.
- Certificate of property: certifies the actual PROPERTIES of the vehicle and is issued by the Public Vehicle register, managed by ACI.
- Booklet of coupons: try the actual maintenance certifying that if the car has been subjected to constant controls that should have been done at a repair shop authorized. The absence of such instruction, such as 90%, and symptom of false mileage on the odometer. The booklet coupons and can also verify that the car in question has not been used in the past to the tests of living or driving lessons.
- Weaving with the emergency codes to start the car in case of failure immobilizer and to turn on the radio in the event of a blackout.
- Blue sticker: certifies that the vehicle has been checked and that the emissions of exhaust gases within the limits of the law. If I buy a used car with stamp expired, and directly responsible for the payment.
- Receipts of workshops to demonstrate that the
The big question: contact dealer or private? Today, most of the branches and dealers provide a system of sale of a type used to secure and guaranteed, so you should not take excessive risks.
Cars and vehicles on offer, before being subjected to the sale on the used market, are thoroughly checked and reviewed and, if necessary, repairs are carried out and adjusted faults.
Thanks to Legislative Decree February 2, 2002, n. 24 "Implementation of Directive 1999/44/EC on certain aspects of the sale and guarantees of consumption" dealers, car dealers, subsidiaries and authorized dealers are obligated to maintain the cars for a period of one year from date of delivery. The new law also provides that, in case of failure, they ought to repair (of course at no cost to the customer) or replacement of the vehicle.
The interest on the part of dealers and showrooms to put cars on the market are not at risk and equal to the interest of the consumer to purchase a safe vehicle and at a price in accordance with the actual sale value.
it is clear that the price of a used dealer will be higher by the same used offered for sale by a private individual, that's because the car dealerships, as mentioned above, and ensure that controls on cars and one year extended warranty for faults or repairs. Of course, the purchase can be made also in installments, as for the new.
In the case of purchase from a private well and always pay more attention to the state of the car and its actual value
Mitsubishi Mirage: new concepts.
With a long tradition in the field of cutting-edge technologies and its presence in more than 160 markets worldwide, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) has all it takes to play a leading role in the structural renewal that is taking place the entire automotive industry, both geographically and environmentally sustainable.
The specific needs of emerging markets (efficient vehicles, robust and contemporary) to the renewed interest of the developed areas (downsizing and low power consumption), MMC has invested its engineering resources to meet these new requirements, as can be seen with clear business objectives plan "Jump 2013" (20% of EV and PHEV by 2020, …).
To address an ever wider range of customers, the Center for Research and Development of MMC is continuing to work on several alternatives including: