It’s the question every car shopper is asking: new vs. used? Let this guide from Jeff Lungren Chevrolet help you decide which option is right for you.
There are lots of things that drive people to buy a new car. With new cars, you can get exactly what you want—the color, the trim, the features, and any special packages and accessories. You’re also guaranteed that the newest vehicles on the market will offer the very latest in everything drivers value, like efficiency, technology, and safety. Lots of buyers are attracted to new cars for these types of features. Some buy new exclusively for the peace of mind that comes with a new vehicle, and the warranty to back it up.
If you’re looking to save some dough, buying used is the way to go. In choosing used over new, you’ll cut back on the initial price tag, as well as the cost of insurance, taxes, and registration. Some people are hesitant to buy used because they fear that the vehicle will break down or have mechanical problems of some kind. However, today’s cars are built to last for a long time, and services such as vehicle history reports from Carfax can help buyers find peace of mind when buying a car second-hand.
For more guidance on choosing between new vs. used on your next car, contact Jeff Lungren Chevrolet.