“Should I buy a new car or is a used car more my speed?” A question that has, no doubt, baffled many. Today, we’re going to make your decision very easy.
Let’s Get Down To It
The decision between a new and used one is something everyone goes through, possibly even multiple times with each vehicle purchase and it can be hard to decide which is the best offer and what would work best for your lifestyle and budget.
Here at CarCostCanada™, we supply consumer new car price reports, helping you get an edge during the negotiation and get your ideal car. With your report, you can access exclusive information like factory rebates, recommended dealerships, comparable vehicles, vehicle pricing and financing options and so much more.
Without further ado, let’s dive into the pros and cons of a new vs used vehicle.
Used Cars: The Hidden Risks
The selling point of a used car is the price. After a couple of years and taking into consideration the growing mileage, the depreciation of a car’s value can go fast within the first half of its life but slow down during the latter half. But this also poses a risk. A huge disadvantage with used cars is that sometimes you just don’t know what you are getting into. A car could have great mileage but break down frequently, costing you a lot of time and money which you thought you were saving.
You will have to most likely compromise on your ideal features and qualities to get the car with the best possible mileage and history and thus the least risk and worry. Used cars can also have minimal benefits, giving you a higher interest rate and no warranty so there is no protection in case the car had issues within the first few months of using it.
New Cars: Is This the Right Option For Me?
A new car comes with a laundry list of benefits. A quality vehicle provides the advantage of the latest features, some of which might include; being able to see maps right on your dashboard screen, a back-up camera, and Bluetooth phone connectivity. With newer cars come better gas mileage, lower emissions and, if you invest in a hybrid, the outcome of cutting down on gas costs in the long run.
New cars also come with a warranty so if anything happens during your warranty then it will probably cover the cost of the damages and repairs. You might think a new car will be costly but many dealerships offer special reductions in rates such as 0% financing or a great interest rate.
New Dream Car Costs Too Much? Here’s What to do Next!
CarCostCanada™ offers dealer invoice price reports to help you purchase or lease a new car at the lowest price without any hassles or complications! These price reports show you the dealer cost, hidden factory incentives, and rebates that the dealer is not obligated to reveal. The report gives you an edge when negotiating a price for any make or model of your choice.
Knowledge is power and with our price reports, you will know what will be a fair price and not be taken advantage of without wasting countless hours trying to research. Our price reports guarantee you will save money on your new car!
Currently, we are offering two free price reports so you can price and build two separate car makes and models to help find your exact right fit. Don’t wait, finally get your ideal car at your ideal price!