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Let Tampa Bay Autos show you how easy it is to buy a quality used car in New Port Richey. We believe fair prices, superior service, and treating customers right leads to satisfied repeat buyers.

Our friendly and knowledgeable sales staff is here to help you find the car you deserve, priced to fit your budget. Shop our virtual showroom of used cars, trucks and suv's online then stop by at our showroom for a test drive.

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BMW (2) Land Rover (1)
Cadillac (1) Lincoln (1)
Chevrolet (10) Mercedes-Benz (5)
Dodge (4) Mercury (1)
Fiat (2) Mitsubishi (1)
Ford (14) Nissan (7)
GMC (4) Pontiac (3)
Honda (2) RAM (1)
Hyundai (14) Saturn (3)
Infiniti (1) Scion (1)
Jeep (2) Toyota (4)
Kia (6) Volkswagen (2)

Buy Used Cars Online

*Don't get auction fever and agree to pay too much because you're excited.

*Be skeptical. (Duh.) Any deal too good to be true probably is.

*Avoid out-of-town opportunities. There should be plenty of nice cars within a few hours' drive. Getting stranded a couple of states away in a broken-down piece-of-something beater will overshadow any potential bargain you've brokered.

*Know your vehicle. Look for a vehicle you know and are familiar with. If you've always driven domestic pickups, you may not know that German sports car's peccadilloes, or where to look for the Bondo where they always rust through, or when the seller tells you that it's only a four-speed, and the vehicle really is a five-speed. (Happened to me, but I knew better).

*Get a CarFax report. This paper is not perfect, but it is better than nothing. Be sure the mileages on the CarFax agree with the service records, odometer records and common sense.

*Never buy a vehicle with a salvage title, unless you're looking for a frame-up rebuild. The car had better be exceedingly rare if the title isn't clean.

*Oh, yeah. The title has to be clean, with no liens, notarized signatures, or whatever legal hurdles your local state DMV needs hopped. Often, it's better to transfer the title in the seller's state to your name first. Then your local DMV can't suddenly burn you by asking for something you can't supply, like a notarized bill of sale. Yes, you can probably get a title in the seller's state when you show up with an out-of-state address. But just to be sure, call the seller's DMV and check first.

*Get an independent mechanical report. Arrange to get a trustworthy local mechanic or knowledgeable car guy to inspect the vehicle. If the seller won't permit that, or better yet, arrange to transport the vehicle to the mechanic's shop, the deal is off. A mechanical issue isn't necessarily a deal-breaker, but it should figure into the price. If you don't have someone local, try checking on enthusiast websites. There might be someone local willing to take an afternoon and check out your ride, or at least recommend a trustworthy shop.

*Inspect it yourself. Be prepared to look at your prospective purchase. Bring coveralls and be prepared to get dirty poking around underneath. Ask the seller to have a floor jack, some jackstands or at least a pair of ramps available. [Read on.....]

There are many used commercial trucks for sale online and at various dealerships. In order to get a good deal on your used truck, you will have to keep in mind a few things. Determine your budget and do your research to find out the type of commercial truck that fits your needs. Since every commercial truck varies in terms of safety features and specifications, you have to find out which truck is reliable, durable and offers you good performance. After you've decided which commercial truck you want to buy, follow the guidelines mentioned below, to purchase it at a low price.