Upon having all checks completed, if you are satisfied both with the results and the seller’s attitude, it would be reasonable to complete a health check by visiting a nearby garage and asking them to mechanically check major components for defects and possible fluid leaks, examine the undercarriage for rust issues, inspect suspension and drivetrain components for signs of wear and damage. It is strongly advised to carry out the OBD faults scan at least to make sure there are no obvious defects requiring attention. Alternatively, you might want to take a car to a main dealer for a comprehensive health check.
If no major issues are identified following all of the above checks, there’s a chance you might have found the right car.
You can try your luck and spend a lot of time, money and effort looking for a nice car. Alternatively, you can easily instruct us to complete the Pre-Purchase Inspection or go even further and delegate the entire search and all the hassle of inspecting potential cars by choosing the Comprehensive Car Search. You will save a lot of time while benefitting from the better condition of your future vehicle.