Remember looking in used car lots, hoping to find the Durango that was perfect for you? Remember going through the newspaper on Sundays? These take a lot of time and effort.
It's no fun fighting off salespeople and coming home exhausted just because you thought it would be nice to look for a good deal on a used Durango.
Aren't you glad it's not that way anymore? Now all you do is wake up in the morning and go to your computer. Enter the category of vehicle (used), make (Dodge), model (Durango), and the model year of the vehicle of your dreams. Next select the features you want: mileage preferred, interior color and exterior color, price preference, and payment method (cash, bank loan). You need to supply your name, e-mail address and/or phone.
Our locator now goes to work, searching the inventories of insurance companies, used and new car dealers, fleets, and auto pools. The locator also checks private sellers for your Durango.
Once it finds a Durango that can melt your heart, these sellers contact you, by email or phone. You select which vehicles interest you and ask about the details. And you do this without leaving your office or home. (Don't forget: there is no obligation to buy and there are never any fees or costs involved.)
You might want to consider getting a vehicle history for the Durango that interests. It will tell you whether the Durango has ever been in a flood or fire, or if it has been used as a fleet vehicle.
After you have read the vehicle history, and it checks out OK, call or email about a test drive. Reminder: when you drive the Durango, test to make sure all the buttons and interior switches work. Make sure the air conditioning blows plenty of cold air. Turn on all the interior lights. Operate the electronic windows and locks. Test the radio/tape/CD player and the navigation system.
After the test drive, consider having a reliable mechanic inspect the Durango. For a small fee, dealers and repair shops will do this for you. Among other things, they check the engine, transmission, drive train, brakes, and suspension.
After you are sure this is the Durango for you, you can start to check into financing and insurance, if you haven't already done so.
Salvage vehicles as those that an insurance company has declared not repairable. This type of vehicle has been either damaged in an accident, fire or flood. Or it has been repossessed, donated, or stolen/recovered. If you are looking for a Durango that you can buy for a greatly-reduced price, you might want to consider a salvage vehicle.
This is the place to find any used Durango. Good luck. The Durango of your dreams is waiting for you!