If you're considering a used vehicle, don't just
ask how many miles it has – ask how many owners
it's had, too.
That's the advice from experts who say used cars
that have had only one owner may be in better
shape than cars that have had multiple owners.
Many one-owner cars are relatively new, have
fewer miles on them and less overall wear and
tear. While these cars may cost a bit more, the
chances of a new owner having to shell out cash
for major repairs could decrease dramatically.
one-owner preference has helped drive many car
buying decisions, according to a recent study.
Nearly nine out of 10 shoppers said they find it
important to know how many owners a car has had.
In addition, nearly 80% said they were more
likely to purchase a car identified as having
one owner than they were to purchase a car that
had multiple owners. Two out of three shoppers
are even willing to pay more for a one-owner
Finding One-Owner Vehicles