In the interior you can really see how the car has been treated.
When it’s dirty and rugged, you can expect the same for the rest of the car. You also shouldn’t forget to inspect the roof.
The carpets and pedals are also a good measure for the car, you should see if the quality of those fits the mileage of the car.
Teared up carpets and worn pedals in a car with only a 100k?
Forget it. Do all the lights on the dashboard and in the interior work?
Good, ready to go. Firstly, determine if the car runs smoothly when stationary. The ideal
RPM is between 500 and 1000 RPM. When the engine is cold, it could be more. Then, check if all the warning lights disappear when you’ve started up.
In this car, it’s not the case. The “check engine”-light stays on. This video is presented to you by BOVAG