When was the last time you bought a new car? Remember the great feeling as you drove it off the lot? Did it feel powerful? Did you feel just a little bit entitled? The new car smell, the spotless interior, the way the car nearly shimmered across the parking lot as you walked to it from the grocery store. And that’s when it happened. Just two weeks into your new car purchase, you saw an aberration in that new car shimmer. Even though you attempted to park far out in the lot, some how, some way, something must have hit your car. The small dent half way down the passenger side door might not be too noticeable to anyone else, but to you it matters. And just like that the car doesn’t feel quite as new any more. It hardly seems worth bodywork for such a small thing so you live with the scratch. The nex
If you’re in the market to buy a vehicle, you should ask yourself if it’s really necessary to buy new. Sure, nothing beats the feeling — and smell — of driving a brand new car right off the lot, however, buying a brand new car has several disadvantages. For example, did you know that new cars begin to depreciate in value the minute you drive them off the lot? In addition, depending on the make and model of the new car you buy, your insurance rates can sky rocket.
So why buy a used car? Easy, it just makes sense and can have you cents, too!
Buying used cars is a lot different than it used to be, however, the fear of ending up with a lemon — a used car that requires a lot of repairs in order operate safely — is still very much real for a number consumers. Luckily, they don’t make cars like they u