Are you in the market to replace your car, but can’t decide if you should buy new or used? Both options have their benefits, but there are several added perks to buying a new car.
No matter how good of a condition a used car is in, it’s still used, and more miles on the odometer means it’s just not going to last as long as a new car. Plus, you don’t know for sure if the previous owner kept up with maintenance - or if it was a rental.
One of the biggest drawbacks of a used car is that you’re getting old tech and features with the lower price. This applies to safety features, too, and new cars can be a lot safer in addition to being smarter.
While typically resale value is a downside of buying new, if you buy a popular nameplate, it can go for a lot of money if and when you decide to sell it.
Buying a brand-new car gives you full control over how your vehicle looks and what features it has. You can buy it exactly the way you want it.
A big one - warranties cover a lot of maintenance for the first year or two of driving, which could save you money in the long run.
If you need more information, just head over to us here at DeLillo Chevrolet and we can walk you through the process of buying a new ride.
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