Purchasing a used car, when done properly, can be a fantastic money-saving alternative to buying new. For less than half the price of an average new car, you can buy a three-year-old vehicle that has more features and runs just as well as a small, bare-bones new one. The estimated average price of a new car sold in the U.S. in 2015 was $33,560; however, the average cost of pre-owned cars was around $16,800.
Despite the number of affordable used cars on the market, some people simply can’t secure a good detail. There are five common mistakes buyers make when shopping at a pre-owned car dealership.
Common Mistakes Made By Buyers When Considering Pre-Owned Cars
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04 Apr 2016