Getting Brand New or Used? a List of Advantages for Either Side to Help You Decide
Buying a car is one of those financial decisions that require a lot of thinking. To part with more than a thousand dollars for a single car purchase is not easy for most people especially in times of financial crisis. For those who have the capability to buy, there is one more consideration: to choose either a new or a used car.
Deciding on either a new or a used car each has its own set of advantages. The choice for the prospective buyer lies on how much he is willing and able to spend, his preferences and needs, and the driving pleasure he can get from his purchase. The decision to get a new or used vehicle is more than just a budget issue. High-end pre-owned cars can still cost more than brand-new entry level models. Here are reasons why buyers go for either a second-hand or a factory-fresh automobile.
People buy new cars because of the comfort and prestige of being its first owner. They also want to avoid any car problems that are usually caused by the car’s age and the extent of use of its previous owner. A new car means no or the least maintenance, and comes with a manufacturer’s warranty. In general, new cars are safer to drive and are more fuel-efficient than old, used ones.
On the other hand, a used car costs much less. Some buyers go to used car dealers because they have a number of good models that have stopped production but are better in performance compared to newer ones. Used cars offer a greater variety in brands and models. Certified pre-owned programs by Edmonton auto dealerships give buyers the chance to own top-of-the-line models that are almost like brand new at a much lower price. At almost the same cost, one can get more features on a used car.
Ultimately, the choice of whether to buy new or used depends on what you can afford and what will give you the greater satisfaction. Whatever your decision, it is important that you have adequate information of the particular model you want. Choose a dealer that can give you the best deal for your money and can offer ideal financing options and after-sales service. Dealerships of Edmonton cars offer a wide range of brands and models you can consider.
For more information on new and used cars, you can visit cars.com and caranddriver.com. These resources have articles that offer advice to help you decide whether to buy new or used. If you are looking for an Edmonton car dealer, check out the listings at carpages.ca and autotrader.ca.
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