The Used Car Book is the best way to ensure you get a good deal on a used car and avoid hidden repairs and added costs.
Long known as the most consumer-oriented car buyer's guide and completely updated, The Used Car Book 2002-2003 has maintained the classic simplicity that for 14 years has led hundreds of thousands of car buyers to the best choices among the more than 40 million used vehicles sold each year.
While other car guides offer only manufacturer's specifications, The Used Car Book 2002-2003 sifts through the claims, the facts, the specifications, and with unique performance measurements evaluates cars, minivans, and SUVs.
The Used Car Book 2002-2003 contains full-page entries for each automobile including:
There is also Gillis's "Best Bets," as well as advice on avoiding lemons, the best tires to buy, showroom strategies, savings on insurance, understanding the manufacturer's warranty, and more.
Jack Gillis once again proves why he is America's most sought after consumer expert on cars.
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Jack Gillis is Director of Public Affairs for the Consumer Federation of America. Previously, he spent three years with the U.S. Department of Transportation, where he was responsible for developing the government's automotive information program. An expert on consumer affairs, he is Contributing Correspondent for NBC's Today Show.
Madison Avenue magazine once said "Jack Gillis is out to change the way Americans buy their cars." And he was.
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Book Description Collins Reference, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110062737155