Many people insist on buying only new cars. With a new car, you know exactly where it came from, and most new cars come with a warranty that lasts for a few years. However, buying a used car also has its advantages. A used car does not mean that the car was built in the seventies and is covered in rust. Many used cars are only one year old and therefore 30 percent off the new tag price. Some used cars in austin are still so new that they are still covered by the original manufacturer’s warranty. Most new and used car dealerships today offer an extended warranty on some used cars. They sell certified used cars, not the rusty junk from the seventies. The certified pre-owned car has passed the car dealer’s inspection on every imaginable so they can offer you warranty service. You may pay a slightly higher premium for this, but for your peace of mind, this is something to think about. Every car has a VIN and a vehicle identification number and can be tracked by Carfax or simple Autotrace. Most car dealerships will offer you this service for free, just ask.
When it comes to car financing options, today both new and used car dealers have this option for you. They will look for the best solution based on your credit criteria. The best is usually a good down payment and a 5-year financing agreement. The amount you pay is up to you and what you are comfortable paying. Talk to our finance department and explore your options. Remember, they want to sell you as bad a car as you want. Sitting down and discussing options is a win-win situation.
Some cars tend to hold up better than others. This is why some cars sell well than others; Honda Civics and Accords, Toyota Camrys, Corollas, Nissan Altimas, Ford F-Series and some of the most in-demand used cars. It was built on solid business experience and has stood the test of time. This does not mean that you only need to buy one of these used vehicles. Do your research and find out what works best for you.