Used Car Frequently Asked Questions

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Want to upgrade your daily drives and weekend adventures in a new-to-you car that checks every box on your list? Come shop the used cars for sale at Kia of Dodge City! Our inventory is filled with used Kia K5 sedans, Sorento SUVs, off-brand vehicles and more, so you're sure to find something you love when you shop at our Kia dealership near Garden City. And because we understand that it's perfectly natural to have questions about the used car-shopping process, our team will be standing by to provide all the assistance and support you need. Check out our used car FAQs below, then head to Kia of Dodge City to take your favorite model for a test-drive.

Used Vehicle FAQs


Should I Buy a Used Car from a Dealer vs. Private Seller?

Buying a used car from a local dealership is a great option for every driver. When you buy from a trustworthy car dealer with good reviews, you'll have peace of mind that you won't find when buying from a third party. Plus, our auto sales associates will take care of all the paperwork and make the used car-buying process as streamlined and straightforward as possible. Check out the Kia of Dodge City reviews, then head to our nearby dealership to discover how we create the ultimate customer service experience!


What to Ask When Buying a Used Car

When buying a used car, it's important to ask about the vehicle's condition and ownership history. You should request the accident history and maintenance records, as well as details on the mileage, battery age, exterior condition and interior damage.


What's the Best Used Car for Me?

The best used car varies from person to person depending on their lifestyle and budget. A pre-owned sedan may be a good choice for someone seeking a fuel-efficient commuter car, while a used SUV might be a better option for those with a growing family. We recommend you determine what body style and features you're looking for ahead of scheduling a test-drive.


What's Good Mileage on a Used Car?

Most people typically drive about 12,000 miles per year. So, when determining what's a reasonable number of miles on the vehicle, you should take the car's age and multiply it by 12,000. If the car has more miles on the odometer, it's considered a high-mileage vehicle for its age. Still, a used car with high mileage can still be a good option if it's in decent condition and up to date on maintenance.

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