carfax or autocheck...?


mishalah
06-30-2012, 08:30 PM
Which has more...and more accurate...information?

I'm looking at a 2004 Yukon XLT with the 6.0 and only 73,000 miles. Gotta know the whole history before I lay down any $$$. Runs nice, looks nice outside, but the interior is filthy. Will need a heavy duty detailing...maybe replacing the carpets. Needs new tires AND a spare...and the spare mounting assembly (been there already on my '05). Needs all fluids changed. I'll get the KBB, but the history is critical.

Nevermind...bought a month's worth of Carfax. Not much in the report cause no one seems to have it serviced at the dealership...ever.

j cAT
07-01-2012, 08:56 AM
the report should indicate if the mileage was tampered. state vehicle inspections should show that info. also if the vehicle was a salvage one.

very possible that no work was done for the life of the 73,ooomi vehicle.

that may help to get the price down. the tires could be the originals. I got 95,ooo on my 2000 silverado OEM tires.

I have used carfax before .

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