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OLX identifies what Nigerians look out for in used vehicle



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Online classifieds site, OLX has revealed what Nigerians look out for when buying used cars, as engine, price and transmission of the car top results, reports ITRealms.

OLX Country Manager, Lola Masha, told ITRealms that the research was carried out to identify what is most important to the users when buying used cars. 

“This information will enable us educate them on what to really look out for when in the market to buy a used vehicle” she said, stressing that the poll revealed that 26 per cent of the respondents believed that the engine was the most important thing to consider when buying a used car. 

Also, she said that this was followed very closely by 22.3 per cent who considered the price as a vital thing to consider and 1.7 per cent chose the transmission. 

“While, the remaining 38.4 per cent, chose the model, colour and year of the car,” she said.

Seasoned expert in automobiles and General Manager, Mandilas Enterprises Limited, Stephen Gladwin stated that “there is a wide range of factors to consider when buying a used vehicle. More often than not, there is more to consider than what meets the naked eye. These factors range from the condition of engine, gearbox, transmission system, tyres, year of manufacture, the make of the vehicle, battery condition, and even the upholstery. These are instrumental factors that make up the overall perception of the vehicle.”

He also disclosed that, “There are however little things that could make or mar the feel of the car and they must be considered in the utmost regard. Some of these comprise of the AC system, Radio/CD, steering system, body condition, windscreen, rust, effectiveness of clutch system, brakes, windows, body colour, suspension system, Odometer reading, condition of airbag, ABS, wheel and exhaust.”

Gladwin further intimated that none of the aforementioned should be taken in levity. 

“It is important to seek proper assessment from a trained technician/mechanic who will carry out a physical test of the vehicle to ascertain these conditions, a road test to posit the girth and balance of the vehicle, as well as a diagnosis test to confirm the overall valuation of the vehicle,” he said.

Nigerians who are in the market to sell their used vehicles can post their cars on OLX for free and qualified ads will get an evaluation certificate from Mandilas that will state the current market value of the car as well as the condition of each part of the car.  This will benefit both the buyer who is worried about the worth and condition of the car they want to buy and the seller who is not sure of the monetary value of the car.


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