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    I am buying a car for the first time (chevy joy 2006 i think) and really have no idea how to go about it. don't want to get a bad deal so can the experienced members plz offer some suggestions on what to look, how to see if it's in good condition for the price etc.

    also, what should be a good price for chevy joy 2006?


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    It really doesn't matter, be it a dealer or an individual, everyone will try to rip you off. Check out a few cars with an experienced person and you won't regret it.

    Stay away from chevys too, their maintenance can be a pain.

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    I'd suggest you to go for Khyber Limited Edition late 1998... its an excellent car,

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    Quote Originally Posted by RetardedBuddy View Post
    It really doesn't matter, be it a dealer or an individual, everyone will try to rip you off. Check out a few cars with an experienced person and you won't regret it.

    Stay away from chevys too, their maintenance can be a pain.
    why is maintenance an issue? expensive parts or non-availability of parts?

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