Checking vehicle history is important to learn more about title status, odometer accuracy, manufacturer warranty and recalls.
A car’s current condition is understood by inspecting safety, mechanics, wear and tear, and even with a road test.
Vehicle Specific Facts
The SureSale proprietary platform analyzes thousands of vehicle data points, well beyond the traditional vehicle report.
Why is Knowing Vehicle Quality Important?
There’s always a risk when buying a pre-owned vehicle. What if the car needs unforeseen repairs or has odometer inaccuracies? A lot of questions can arise when shopping for used cars.
A vehicle history report alone is not enough to know vehicle quality. Why? Because it doesn’t include an inspection of the car’s current condition, mechanical operations, safety functions, and interior/exterior wear and tear. When you know both a vehicle’s history and condition, only then can you make an informed assessment of a vehicle’s quality. SureSale is here to help with our digital report!
Be Confident You’re Buying
a Quality Used Vehicle
Most used vehicles are sold “as is”, but with a SureSale report you’ll know both vehicle condition and history.
Know All the Decision
Making Car Facts
Many car buyers rely on just vehicle history, but that only tells part of the story without current condition data.
Add Transparency to the
Used Car Buying Process
The process can be frustrating, with a perceived lack of information from sellers – SureSale helps bridge that gap.
Avoid Costly and Unforseen
An average repair bill can cost up to $600, and these are often unforeseen unless you get an inspection before buying.
Look for a SureSale
How do you find a SureSale vehicle quality report? Just look for SureSale wherever you’re car shopping: used car shopping websites, dealership websites, private seller listings, and at automotive dealerships.View a SureSale