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Why do cars get repossed?
Cars can be repossessed when the buyer fails to keep up with repayments on a secured loan, or hire purchase agreement. After a number of missed payments the lender may start to take action to reclaim the car.
Who can buy a reposed car?
Anyone car buy a reposed car. You can buy it outright in cash or on finance, depending on where you buy it from.
Where can I find reposed car sales?
Repossessed cars for sale are not always easy to find. Places to look for them include car auctions and Internet sites.
Why are repossed cars normally cheaper to buy?
Repossessed cars normally need to be shifted quickly due to companies needing to control their stock levels.
What happens at a repossessed car auction?
A car auction works much in the same way as a housing auction, using a bidding system. Some cars may have a guide price and a reserve price on them. Once the hammer has gone down the sale is legally binding.