The pre-purchase inspection includes inspection of the vehicle’s engine, cooling system, ignition system, transmission, suspension, steering, brakes, tyres, all of the lights and the electrical system. It will give you a better understanding of the car’s true mechanical condition, so that you’ll be aware of any pre-existing faults. This may put you in a better position to negotiate the price with the seller.
A complete inspection will generally take about 3 hours, but may vary depending on the complexity of the work required.
End of Warranty inspections are carried out when a new car is nearing the end of its warranty period. A thorough inspection of all the mechanical components of the vehicle, with a checklist detailing any faults identified- particularly those that should be repaired under statutory or factory warranty being provided.