Saturday, July 25, 2015
Tips on Negotiating and Getting the Best Deals when Buying Used Cars
A new car’s value depreciates by 10 percent once it leaves the lot, by 20 percent within a year, and by 60 percent just after three years. This may be bad news among new car buyers, but this presents an opportunity for used car buyers to get a great deal out of a high-quality car. There are a lot of advantages when you buy a used car, aside from getting it for less the amount you have to pay if you bought it brand new. You’ll have more choices with over 40 million used vehicles changing hands annually, and you’re likely to acquire one that could still offer years of good service (or even one that’s still under warranty). Getting a good deal on used cars, however, requires effort on your part in doing your homework, along with the right negotiating skills.