buying a car in germany

#1
hello, im off to germany in about 2 weeks, and was just thinking when i come to buy a car is it a ball ache or is there dealers on camp who cater mainly for forces guys, any tips would help as well i.e left hand drive over right and all that, thanks a lot
 
#2
signals said:
hello, im off to germany in about 2 weeks, and was just thinking when i come to buy a car is it a ball ache or is there dealers on camp who cater mainly for forces guys, any tips would help as well i.e left hand drive over right and all that, thanks a lot
You'll be spoilt for choice, depends on what you want though. Take my advice shop around, play the dealers off against each other and go for a right hooker, better re-sale market! :D
 
#3
Don't be scared to visit the German dealers either. They can get UK spec cars too.
 
#5
Hi buying a car in germany is easy, i brough 2 over there. First one was delivered but the second i have to drive back to the uk to pick up. Deff shop around and do play the dealers off cuz you will get a better price. Getting it BFG'd is a bit of a hassel as you have to buy different headlights if you get a uk spec car. Make sure you get all the paperwork sorted as i got stung for £1500 on tax cuz of a cock up with the paperwork. The discound that you get compared to the uk is alot and wish i was still over there so i could buy something out of reach over here like an Evo. Any way good luck hope you get something nice
 
#6
Buy through a dealer who is a tax free to soldiers specialist and you will have no paperwork issues. Most also will throw in the extra set of headlights free.
 
#7
thanks for the advice guys,ill keep my eyes peeled
 

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#8
Easy to buy but a ballsache to BFG.
 
#9
If you splash out a bit and get Xenon headlights installed from the start you'll be ok. You can adjust them to shine the other way. Well, mine did, and I presume other ones will as well. Saves you buying another set.
 

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