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Autos: Buying New vs. Buying Used

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Buying a Used Car Instead of a New One?

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In today's unstable economy, you might be in the market for a used car instead of a new one, but used car shopping isn't easy. It requires a keen eye and an inquisitive nature. Before you buy a used vehicle, here are a few tips from leading car insurer Progressive to make sure you're getting your money's worth.

5 Compelling Reasons Not to Buy that New Car


Should you ever buy a new car? There are times when buying a new car becomes a necessity, but there are also money-saving motives for hanging on to an older car a little longer. Here are five reasons why you might want to rethink making that drive to the car dealership.

5 Smart Reasons for Buying a Used Car


If your goal is saving money, buying a used car rather than a new one can save you big bucks in several ways. While paying a lower purchase price for the same car model used rather than new is the obvious reason to buy a used car, there are others as well.

Buying a New Car

contributed by Rhonda

Yes, it is the ideal situation to pay cash for your car. But many of us learn these lessons too late for the situation at hand. Which is why I chose to buy a new car instead of used. But I bit the new-car buying bullet one last time, making it as painless as possible. And I have tried not to do this on credit more than once. Then, I got back on track paying cash for cars.

Compare auto loans before you car shop.

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Next to your house, a car is your costliest purchase. Follow these tips to get it right.

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