We at Mighty Tune And Brake Newton - the best auto mechanic shop in Surrey offer
pre-purchase inspections for any make and model. Our mechanics are happy to perform an
inspection of any car, truck, or SUV. Our Service Center is both easy to find and serves as a
great trusted third-party. Additionally, if the vehicle in question ends up needing repairs like a
wheel alignment or transmission service, our facility can easily handle it saving you time and
money. Give us a call today to schedule a pre-purchase inspection! Come see us at Mighty
Tune And Brake Newton - the best auto repair shop in Surrey and our experts will take a
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WHAT IS PRE PURCHASE INSPECTION?
A pre-purchase inspection (PPI) is generally done by a certified mechanic who is
knowledgeable in the make and model of the car being inspected. It is recommended that
the inspection is done by an independent party with no affiliation with the seller and buyer.
The inspection includes a detailed assessment of the cosmetic, mechanical and safety
condition of the car. This is to protect the buyer as the inspection is intended to reveal any
existing conditions and maintenance shortcomings that may become potential safety of
financial issues for the buyer in the future.
WHEN SHOULD YOU GET A PRE-PURCHASE INSPECTION?
You should consider getting a pre-purchase inspection if the vehicle is not a Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) vehicle or does not come with warranty.
It is especially important to get an inspection if the vehicle is not being sold locally.
If the vehicle does not come with a warranty, the buyer will assume all risk if there are major issues that arise after the purchase. So it is important to uncover these issues before a purchase agreement is made.
If the vehicle is in another state (or country is some cases), the buyer cannot perform a test drive. In this case, the mechanic assigned for the inspection can provide the buyer with some added security during a long-distance transaction.
WHAT SHOULD BE INSPECTED?
There isn't an industry standard for the inspection and in general, the inspection should
cover the following:
The inspection usually includes a test drive over a route that has hills, bumps and potholes
that may reveal suspension problems and uncover engine performance issues. The
mechanic will also scan the cars various computers for trouble codes.
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