With Malaysia being ranked as one of the most expensive countries in the world to buy a car, it’s no wonder many more people are starting to consider purchasing a pre-owned car instead. Costing only a fraction of the price of a new car, pre-owned cars are definitely easier on the bank account.
However, there’s always the hassle of finding the right used car from an honest buyer. You want to make sure you’re buying a car that’s in good condition and not something that will cost you a bomb to fix. Apart from that, there’s the hassle of paperwork, negotiations, PUSPAKOM inspections, payment, and more.
The best option you have in this situation is to enlist the help of an expert who knows what they’re doing and can handle all the legwork for you. TopMark does exactly that. Here are three ways TopMark makes buying a pre-owned car in Malaysia easier.
1. No hassle of sorting out paperwork
TopMark handles all the paperwork that comes with buying a pre-owned car. You don’t have to worry about loan processing, ownership transfers and insurance applications as TopMark takes care of that for you. They also make sure that all their vehicles have passed the mandatory Malaysian computerized vehicle inspection company (PUSPAKOM), so that’s one more thing off your list.
2. All cars are thoroughly inspected and evaluated
All cars offered by TopMark undergo comprehensive evaluation and inspections, both inside and out. Consider things like mileage, engine condition, tyres, air-conditioning system, and rust. TopMark ensures that the pre-owned cars are free from any potential problems, giving you peace of mind.
3. 1-year warranty
Unlike buying a pre-owned car straight from the buyer, when you use TopMark, you can get up to one year of warranty on the vehicle. They can do this confidently because TopMark does not take in cars that have been involved in serious accidents, submerged in water, or have odometers that have been tampered with. Only the best quality pre-owned cars are accepted, but if anything does go wrong, it can be replaced. The warranty is a perk that you will not get if you purchase a pre-owned car straight from the owner.
TopMark offers a number of different brands and models of pre-owned cars, including Toyota and Lexus. Ultimately, TopMark gives you peace of mind and assured quality. You can browse www.topmark.com.my for certified pre-owned Toyota and www.lexus.com.my for certified pre-owned Lexus updated retail stock lists. Also, you can visit their showroom in Petaling Jaya, located on the map below.
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