Taking pictures of your car for an advert is simple, right? Apparently not. As these photos show, some car owners seem to have forgotten that first impressions count when it comes to closing a deal.
Car-buying service Wizzle has put together a collection of photos showing what not to do when taking photos of your car — plus a few tips on how to take pro-style pictures that will attract buyers.
Wizzle founder, Sébastien Duval, said:
“There are countless used cars displayed online and in print at any one moment so it goes without saying that you need to show your car to its best advantage.
“That means making the best first impression possible, so the buyer is hooked even before they’ve checked the condition description and all the features.”
Without further ado, here are a few of Wizzle’s epic fail car advert pics:
If I was looking for a car to buy, I’d be likely to ignore all the cars in the photos on this page — except for the last one.
Why bother dealing with someone who isn’t interested in providing clear information and pictures about the car they’re selling? The seller may be trying to hide something.
There are lots of good cars around — if you’d like some tips on how to find them, then check out our Simple Guide to Buying A Car.