Let a "Car Cloud" Save You Hours Finding a Used Car

You want to buy a used car and have an idea of ​​how much to spend – so where do you go to quickly find cars that fit your budget? Answer: read a "Car Cloud" report. What the heck is a "Car Cloud" you ask? Simple; it's a neat looking chart that allows you to quickly home in on cars that fit your budget and save a lot of time.

The "Car Cloud" (CC) (just a nice looking chart) presents data two ways – 1) by price range and 2) by manufacturer. The one .PDF document covers both ways of quickly and uniquely displaying cars and prices. Say you have a budget of $ 4,000 to $ 6,000 and wonder what used cars are in that price range – the Car Cloud will tell you instantly where to focus your search.

Let's say you only want to buy a Honda and have $ 8,000 to $ 10,000 to spend – what models and years should you focus on the CC to tell you in seconds where to start your searches. Or you only want a 5 year old Honda, a 2004 Honda – what models qualify in the $ 8,000 to $ 10,000 price range – the CC instantly tells you the answers.

You want a 3 year old car, a 2006 model year – what will it cost you and what manufacturers and models qualify – the CC offers instant answers.

Up until now you had to guess what manufacturers, models, and model years fit in your budget. You had to spend hours poking around websites to find the answers and more than likely you missed some. Model years 1999 to 2008 are covered and price ranges less than $ 4,000 to $ 22,000 combine the Car Clouds.

Get your free CC, print it, and take it with you used car shopping. Have it by the side of your PC, have it with you as you visit used car lots, keep a copy with you as you travel to a person's house to view a private car sale. This one document will save you lots of time and focus your efforts on cars that are in your budget.

Many websites use the concept of a "Cloud" to show key words, for instance, in different font size. Larger words indicate more occurrences of a key word than words in smaller type face. I took this concept and spent days gathering data from many websites to build my Used Car Cloud.

Source by Eric Thor

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