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New or Used Car? Which One Makes More Sense? [Infographic]

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Certainly, many of us aspire to own a car. Whether it is to make the daily commute to work faster and easier, or to transport our family from point A to point B much safer, having your own car surely have its own unequaled benefits, even though it requires significant amount of upfront payment, as well as the continuing cost of maintenance, fuel, and other related expenses.

Having said that, it is a common predicament for first-time car buyers to choose between a brand new and used car. Since both has its own edge over the other, one must weigh in his or her own needs, budget, and personal preference to come up with a car that perfectly suits your style and needs.

Another piece of advice when choosing between new and used car is to know often you will be using your car. A 5-year-old used car that has low mileage can still run on the road well, but you also you have to ensure that everything under the hood is working just as fine, as well as the air conditioning unit and others.

To learn more, check this infographic from Rippah Australia which presents to us the pros and cons of buying a new and used car.

New or Used Car Which One Makes More Sense

If you are thinking about getting a car, you may want to consider used cars too. While a brand spanking new car is certainly more desirable but if you have greater consideration about economy and environment, a used car starts to look more sensible. Tell us what you think in the comments below. Don’t forget to rate and share this post.

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