#used car price guide
Why not buy used?
Are there disadvantages to buying used? A few. Financing is generally more expensive for used cars (though this may be offset by cheaper insurance rates), and if you prefer to lease, a used car probably isn’t a viable option. By buying a used car, you may be missing out on some of the latest-and-greatest safety and technical gadgets. And, of course, there’s that new car smell. Let’s face it: Having a new car is a great feeling.
In the end, all of these things have a price, often several thousand dollars. Is it worth it? That’s up to you – but if you’re looking to stretch your car-buying dollar as far as possible, it’s hard to argue against buying used.
Find out what’s involved in buying a used car and how to reduce the risk of a bad buy. The information below highlights some of the importance things you need to consider.
Download the FREE NRMA Used Car Buyers’ Checklist (PDF 2MB/9 pages). It contains general information (including ideas and opinions) and is to be used as a guide only.
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