Some people prefer to have a vehicle up-to-date with the latest luxuries or conveniences.
Others like to have the intimate knowledge of a vehicle's maintenance history that can only
come from being its first owner. And some buyers live for the "new car smell" that wafts from
the open door of a new vehicle.
Others prefer buying a car a couple of model years older, allowing them access to a
particular make or model that might otherwise be out of their price range. They avoid the
significant decrease in value that often happens in the first three years of new car ownership.
In addition, by purchasing through reputable dealers, these individuals are confident they will
get many years of enjoyment from their "new" used vehicle.
The benefits of a new car:
Low maintenance costs, since wear and tear replacements are usually a few years away
High reliability and a full manufacturer's warranty
The benefits of a used car:
New cars lose about 40% of their value within three years, at which point, the depreciation starts to slow down
Opportunity to afford a higher-end vehicle, or a vehicle with more luxuries and upgrades
A lower purchase price can translate into lower monthly payments
Insurance premiums may be lower
Should you buy new or used? Be sure to weigh the pros and cons about warranties and price
points, do some monthly payment comparisons, and consider what's most important to you before
you make your choice.
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