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Hello, I recently moved to Germany and planning to buy an Used car withing budget of maximum 5000 EUR. I know with that price, I will only be able to get a Car with more than 100,000 KMs.
So can someone be able to suggest me of the Brands such as VW,FORD etc which are reliable than cheap ones(non/reliable with the 15 years of manufacturing and more than 100,000 KMs).

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What I would do is to check the used cars available at the various new car dealerships. The dealers have to take used cars in trade - and it's in their best interest to offer them for sale in good to excellent condition (particularly if they are the same brand as the dealership). You'll pay a little bit more than you will buying on the open market, but you'll have a dealership on the hook for repairs and possibly even a warranty, if only for a year or so.

Obviously, the dealer is hoping that when you get yourself better established, you'll come back and buy a new car from the dealership.

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