Are there any "pros" to buying a vehicle with a salvage title?

Asked by Jul 10, 2014 at 11:04 PM about the 2013 Honda Fit

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Have seen several vehicles that look brand new, with excellent prices- - BUT they have a salvage title. Is it ever safe to buy one??

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63,365

Yes,if you want a cheaper nicer car,but there are thing,s you need to check,before you buy,no frame damage is main one,next would be flood damage is a sure no no.

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And i will add,you can only check this by a carfax,,,,it,s worth a little to know about the history,than it is to lose a lot more with out knowing.

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An if your serious about buying one, having it checked out by a competent mechanic is key as well. Usually buying a salvage title car, be prepared to own it for the long haul as it will be tough to get your money out that you paid if you plan on selling.

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dont buy it to flip it and try to profit the salvage title will stay on

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