The Autocheck history report of an automobile describes the vital information that you want to know as an educated car buyer.
Through an Autocheck vehicle history report, you will have access to not only the details about a car's accidents, its mileage facts, and warranty coverage, but also to descriptive information that you might not have been aware of.
To access an Autocheck vehicle history report, you'll need to know the year, the make, and the model of the car that you're interested in. After providing those basic details, you can learn even more about the car from this Autocheck record such as its body style, engine specs, fuel requirement, drive line type, manufacturer, and its standard and safety equipment.
For example, if you have a 1998 Honda Accord Ex, you can view its Autocheck history report and learn that this car is a front-wheel drive four-door sedan and runs with a 2.3L L4 SMPI VTEC OHC engine. From this particular Accord's Autocheck report, you would also learn that the car comes with power windows and steering, dual front air bags, air conditioning, power brakes, power sunroof, tilt wheel, and an AM/FM CD.
Based upon those details, you can further access the safety & reliability report information, consumer comments about the car, and a listing of vehicles similar to the car that you're interested in.
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Using our example above, the Autocheck vehicle history report about this particular Accord would point to its Autocheck Safety & Reliability Report, Autocheck consumer comments, and a listing of other Honda Accord Ex's in your area.
You should take note, however, that the Autocheck vehicle report of any automobile isn't just a one-way information feed. You, as an Autocheck member, can interact with the information presented in the Autocheck history report and rate the car yourself while participating in consumer discussions.