Lower Costs (2/9)

The cost of getting into a vehicle is one of the major factors in the decision process. Despite some used cars being only a few years older than the newest model, there is a large price gap between new and pre-owned vehicles. Often there will be many fees attached to a new model that escalates the overall price even further that used vehicles don’t have. On top of that, your insurance price will tend to go up if you decide on a new model. Sure that new car smell is great, but it’s up to you to decide if it is really worth spending a great deal more for it.

Contributors: Cody Green from USA Drives

Written by Ben Skute

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