3 Things to check before buying a used Mercedes in Delhi

by Anshikha Mehta Automobile Enthusiast and Passionate Writer

Mercedes is the premium car brand which falls under the luxury car segment. It is not possible for everyone to own this fantastic machine. There is an alternative through which they can hold their vehicle, buy a Used Mercedes in Delhi. You can own the car at a much cheaper rate and enjoy the pleasure of riding a luxury car. It is a win-win situation for both the seller and the buyer.

Used-car has its advantages if you are a resident of Delhi, you can practice driving in such cars in cramped spaces, and it suits your budget as well. It is always a good idea to sell your car if you are planning to upgrade because it will not occupy unnecessary space. It will also give you significant leverage in the budget.

It is imperative to do some basic research about the car model and do a thorough inspection of the used vehicle. Here we are listing down the three things to consider while purchasing a Pre-Owned Mercedes in Delhi:

Authentication of Papers - You will need an expert for inspection of the car and the documents. The validation is crucial before finalizing the deal because, after the transfer, the seller will take no accountability. Following are some of the pointers that you can consider while checking pre-owned Mercedes in Delhi:

See if the insurance papers are valid.

Compare the engine and chassis number with the one mentioned in Insurance papers.

Examine if all filters are good enough. Change if required

See if the tires are in good condition and the grip is still there

Examine the body and see if there is any dent or damage.


Transfer the Insurance - You must make sure that there is no liability of loan on existing insurance. Carefully examine the validity and authentication of the policy. There are three possibilities to transfer the insurance to the new owner: 

The buyer should also make sure that there are no loans liability on existing insurance. It is imperative to have a valid Insurance policy in the name of the buyer to get the RC transferred to his/her name.

Three possibilities can exist with the policy: 

·      The seller doesn't have an Insurance policy, so you need to get a new policy.

·      Transfer the old policy to your name

·      Buy a new policy even if the previous owner has one.

Transfer the Registration Certificate -
You need to fill the form number 29 and 30 issued by the registration authorities in India. You will have to submit the form at the RTO office located under the jurisdiction of your area. The transfer of Used Mercedes in Delhi is initiated only after the submission of these forms.

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About Anshikha Mehta Junior   Automobile Enthusiast and Passionate Writer

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