Trouble ?

Asked by Nov 21, 2016 at 12:06 AM about the 2006 Honda Accord EX w/ Leather

Question type: Car Selling & Trading In

Bought a car, to later fine out it was in a car crash
... How bad it that ?

7 Answers

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Is the frame damaged? If front bumper got destroyed or rear bumper got destroyed I would see if any car frame for damaged. If no frame damage I would say okay. Did the title come Clean or salvage?

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It was all "fixed" and good, we tested drived it and was fine. Till i found out what happened

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Depends on how bad the crash was- the real problem is that you paid top price for a car which is only worth a third of that- this is called "getting ripped off"

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If you bought it from a dealer, check out your state's lemon laws. I know I would not be happy to learn a car I just bought had been in a wreck without it being disclosed. One more reason why it really pays to check with carfax before buying anything used.

We didnt pay the full price just 1/3 or its actual price if anything

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Your fault not theres.cars are the most lied about thing on the planet. Car fax'. Car fax before you buy

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Check to see if air bags have been replaced with a non bag blank cover. It's a cheap way to replace a driver side air bag without the bag.

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