September 24, 2015 at 11:36 AM

The moment is finally here. After lots of long hours overtime, strategic planning, and living a bit more frugally than usual, you finally have enough pounds to say good-bye to the jammed tubes, and late night buses, and hello to a new world of buying your own gasoline, getting to work ahead, adhering to the speed limit, and intermittent road rage. You are indeed well on your way, the only choice left for you to make is whether you ought to buy a new vehicle, or save some of that money you've made to purchase a car that has already been acquainted with the streets of the city.

For those of you who are considering embracing the enticing atmosphere of a new vehicle, and to those of you who wish to explore all you your options, both new and used before making a purchase.

Here are a few reasons why you should invest in a used car:

Value

Cars are the poster children of depreciation. At three of four years old, a car will be valued at around half its purchase price. The benefit of this not only lies in the fact that the price of a used car will be definitely cheaper than that of a new one, but also that the extra paperwork that comes along with any vehicle such as insurance, will also be at a lower cost to you.

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Safety

Used cars, despite being three or four years old, still come equipped with advanced technology and safety features. This is of course is one of the basic features that that any vehicle needs to have. At any level it is always a great idea to get as much information as possible on the type of safety features that the car you are thinking on purchasing may have. Ensure that airbags and anti-lock brakes are at the top of the list.

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Lower Emissions

As our environment becomes more fragile with each passing year, a used car believe it or not, may be the best way to lighten your carbon footprint. According to researchers in the automotive industry, various studies indicate that almost 20 percent of carbon dioxide emission a car gives off will be generated from the time the manufacturing process is completed until its shipment. 

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Your Budget

Purchasing a used car opens new spaces in your monthly budget that you may not have even thought possible. Due to its lower payments, you will have time to put aside the necessary funds for another project you may have been planning to do, or even that vacation you've been dying to take. Never underestimate the power of having extra pocket money to use.

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The moment is finally here. After lots of long hours overtime, strategic planning, and living a bit more frugally than usual, you finally have enough pounds to say good-bye to the jammed tubes, and late night buses, and hello to a new world of buying your own gasoline, getting to work ahead, adhering to the speed limit, and intermittent road rage. You are indeed well on your way, the only choice left for you to make is whether you ought to buy a new vehicle, or save some of that money you've made to purchase a car that has already been acquainted with the streets of the city.

 

There are many angles to consider when purchasing a vehicle for the first time. Never ignore used cars as a viable option.

 



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