This video is presented to you by BOVAG When the car is driving, the engine should keep running smoothly.
Try to see if it holds back, or hicks a little bit when accelerating. such things could mean trouble. Also, when test driving, you have to
see if the ride is good, because that’s probably the most important part; you have to like it. Does it have enough power? Is the ride comfortable
enough? Stuff like that, that’s what you’ll want to look for. During the test drive, push every button in the car. Do the lights work,
do all the accessoires do what they have to do, does the AC blow cold, why can’t I turn on the radio. Those are the things you want to look at.
I’ve already noticed that the headrests in the rear are gone, just like the bootcover. Then, the drive. You should check if it pulls to a certain direction, or if
it shakes on a certain speed. Those issues could mean there are problems with the suspension or the tires. Which could mean extra costs.
Fortunately, this car doesn’t shake or pull. It’s just fine. Also, it’s important to drive on different surfaces during the test drive,
that way you can discover possible noises from the suspension. You should fully turn the steering wheel as well. That also could
discover rattling noises which means broken parts. Last but not least; the brakes. Try to test them on a quiet road
at different speeds and try the listen for noises and try to feel possible
rattles or shaking. Also, don’t forget an emergency stop, that way you can test the ABS. You shouldn’t forget the handbrake as well. Does it work properly
and can you fully unlock it? From here on out, you’re on your own. If you have enough faith
in the car, you can start negotiating the price. However, if you want a second opinion because of a warning-light,
you can always visit a garage for a purchase-inspection. This video is presented to you by BOVAG