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Our used vehicles
  1. We buy direct from people.
  2. We take local trades.
  3. We buy from GM Financial, Ford Credit, Chrysler Financial, Nissan, Toyota, Honda Financial.
  4. We buy from reputable dealers at auction.
Mulder Autos

We do sell many vehicles that we took in as a trade.  But we also sell vehicles that we bought at auction either from a Fleet or Leasing company. Some come from other dealers.  We use all resources that are available to us to find the vehicle that you are looking for at a reasonable price.

We use AutoCheck

We do not use Carfax on a regular basis. We use a company called AutoCheck. It gives the same information as Carfax and we’ve found this is the site that most all car auctions use.  These reports report only the information that is provided to them.

Warranty and maintenance

If your vehicle is still under factory warranty and the maintenance or repairs needed are NOT covered under warranty, then you can have that work completed by any repair shop that you trust.

Scheduled maintenance

Some scheduled maintenance items are important to be completed to help extend the life of your vehicle.  Some of the items listed my not need done until they show signs of wear or contaminated fluids. 

Here is a list of important maintenance items:

  1. Oil changes every 3000-5000 miles
  2. Transmission flushed every 50,000-85,000 miles
  3. Timing belt-water pump kit every 75,000-110,000
When should I schedule an alignment?

Just because your vehicle drives straight does not mean your tires are in alignment.

Here are 4 different situations that may require you to schedule an alignment:

  1. If you hit big pot holes
  2. Hard curb rubs
  3. Get new tires
  4. Have any kind of suspension work completed

 

Tire alignment is cheap insurance to help extend the life of your tires.

Is there a sticker with proper tire PSI information for my car?

Newer vehicles are equipped with a tire pressure monitoring system. If your vehicle is equipped, the required tire PSI is listed on a sticker on the driver side door jam. Set your tires within 2-3 PSI of this number.

Our used vehicles
  1. We buy direct from people.
  2. We take local trades.
  3. We buy from GM Financial, Ford Credit, Chrysler Financial, Nissan, Toyota, Honda Financial.
  4. We buy from reputable dealers at auction.
Mulder Autos

We do sell many vehicles that we took in as a trade.  But we also sell vehicles that we bought at auction either from a Fleet or Leasing company. Some come from other dealers.  We use all resources that are available to us to find the vehicle that you are looking for at a reasonable price.

We use AutoCheck

We do not use Carfax on a regular basis. We use a company called AutoCheck. It gives the same information as Carfax and we’ve found this is the site that most all car auctions use.  These reports report only the information that is provided to them.

Warranty and maintenance

If your vehicle is still under factory warranty and the maintenance or repairs needed are NOT covered under warranty, then you can have that work completed by any repair shop that you trust.

Scheduled maintenance

Some scheduled maintenance items are important to be completed to help extend the life of your vehicle.  Some of the items listed my not need done until they show signs of wear or contaminated fluids. 

Here is a list of important maintenance items:

  1. Oil changes every 3000-5000 miles
  2. Transmission flushed every 50,000-85,000 miles
  3. Timing belt-water pump kit every 75,000-110,000
When should I schedule an alignment?

Just because your vehicle drives straight does not mean your tires are in alignment.

Here are 4 different situations that may require you to schedule an alignment:

  1. If you hit big pot holes
  2. Hard curb rubs
  3. Get new tires
  4. Have any kind of suspension work completed

 

Tire alignment is cheap insurance to help extend the life of your tires.

Is there a sticker with proper tire PSI information for my car?

Newer vehicles are equipped with a tire pressure monitoring system. If your vehicle is equipped, the required tire PSI is listed on a sticker on the driver side door jam. Set your tires within 2-3 PSI of this number.