What is a Carfax Report?Nov 8th , 2018
“Carfax gives you a clearer idea of the condition of the vehicle and how it was maintained in the past so that you can make a confident and informed decision and do not get any surprises down the road.”
Knowledge Is Power
At Angevaare Mazda we understand how nerve wracking a car purchase can be. It is one thing picking a car that has all the features you need and is enjoyable to drive but when purchasing a used car, you need to consider the history of the vehicle as well. How well was the vehicle maintained? Are there any outstanding recalls on it? Is the vehicle reported stolen? These are all questions that come up only when purchasing a used vehicle and can make the already daunting process that much more intimidating. No need to worry though, at Angevaare Mazda we have your back.
While browsing our used vehicles you will notice a small icon that indicates a CarFax report. This is a service we provide to you free of charge to give you added piece of mind when shopping for a used vehicle. Carfax provides you with a report on the vehicle’s history from where it was licensed, to any collision reports and the vehicle’s service history. This gives you a clearer idea of the condition of the vehicle and how it was maintained in the past so that you do not get any surprises down the road.
Here is a sample of a Carfax report to give you an idea of what information it shows.
As you can see from the above sample, the report is quite detailed and should be able to assist you in making an informed decision when purchasing a used vehicle from us. If you still have any questions about the history of a vehicle do not hesitate to ask, our Sales Team is more than willing to give you as much information as you need to make an informed and confident decision.
If this is your first time purchasing a vehicle, be sure to check out our new buyer’s guide to purchasing a car and if you are just curious you can learn how to properly pronounce the word “Mazda.” Just a quick hint, you have probably been pronouncing it incorrectly all this time.
Thank for reading. Stay safe and happy driving.