Buying a used car? This is why you should deal with an OEM

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KIA Motors dealership in Sandton, Johannesburg. Image: Kia SA
KIA Motors dealership in Sandton, Johannesburg. Image: Kia SA
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 • When in the market to buy a used vehicle, it's imperative to do your research.
 • Many people think dealing with an OEM could be more expensive. 
 • OEMs have extensive quality checks in place, and have more benefits than buying privately. 
 • For more motoring stories, go to Wheels24. 


OEMs are always massive companies - with equally massive reputations to protect. This means that any deal that they offer really does need to be squeaky clean. 


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