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Buying a Car – Why Used Is Better Who doesn’t love their cars. We may even love them too much that we judge and are judged based on what we drive. We place excessive emphasis on driving but the best automobile that we’re happy to pay for something that falls in value like a sack of rocks. If you are searching for a way to become penniless and remain that way, stop thinking and just grab that new car at the dealership. If you want to be smart about it, better. Let’s begin from the top. A car is, for most people, the second priciest property they will ever own (next to a home). Because you’ll likely spend tens of thousands of dollars to purchase and maintain a vehicle through the years, you have to be careful about what you buy and how you buy it.
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If you have no contingency fund and are deep in debt, think a dozen million times before you buy a car. It’s always wise to fix your financial mess first. It’s ok to drive a beater car while you’re working on getting out of debt. It’s easy to upgrade once you are debt-free.
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A new car decreases in value by 60% to 70% within the first four years; if you stay away from new automobiles, you will save you a lot just on depreciation. If you buy a $30,000 ride sell it for $13,000 after four years, that won’t be smart. Technically speaking, only those who have net worth of at least $1 million should buy new cars. Always pay in cash is the first rule of buying a car. Forget about car loan payments. Paying $400 for a car is ordinary. If that’s affordable for you, then you can save the same amount monthly too. Save $400 monthly for 10 months and you can purchase a $4,000 used car without getting in debt and paying interest. While we’re on the topic of payments, don’t fall for the car lease trap. Aside from surprise charges, fees and mileage, it’s the most expensive way to own an automobile. After you’ve saved the cash and selected a set of wheels you really like, do not allow yourself to be emotionally attached to it. Maintain objectivity and put that walk-away power to work. It’s just an automobile, and if the seller thinks you are desperate to buy, you won’t get a nice deal. Have your mechanic (or a friend or relative who is an expert) check the car’s condition. Take your time inspecting the vehicle and be silent. Allow the seller to come down on the price. All of these things may sound very basic, which is just what they are. Buying a vehicle need not be complicated. Buy used in cash. You can only thank yourself later.