Buying An Atlanta Used Car Is A Great Idea

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It has been said that only two things are inevitable, Death and Taxes. Well, I’m going to add a third inevitability: you are going to have a difficult time with travel without a reliable car. Okay, that was  stretch, but you understand what I mean. If you don’t own a Southtowne car, life can be just that more difficult.

Unfortunately, not everyone can afford to purchase, own and upkeep a brand new, fresh off the lot vehicle. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t own a reliable used vehicle. In fact, when you decide to buy an Atlanta used car, you are already taking a step in the right direction.  The major benefit of buying a second-hand car is its lower price. The moment a vehicle leaves the lot as a “new” car and is driven on the streets, its value drops immediately. That’s just the way it is, although some automobiles are driven for only a few years, their prices are considerably less than the exact same car sitting on a dealer’s lot.

If you are a savvy Atlanta used car buyer, finding a car that has just come off lease is an excellent way for you to get more car for less money. In fact, you are going to have more choices, with more of the options that would probably be way out of your budget if you bought the car new. Having more choices means you won’t have to settle for an inferior vehicle or one you just can’t learn to love.

Okay, so you’ve saved cash  just because you went the used car route. How else can you save? Good question.

In Georgia, (as in every other state) you have to have insurance. You are responsible, at bare minimum, to carry liability insurance. On a new car, fresh off of the lot, your coverage is automatically going to be on the higher end of the payment spectrum. A used car will help keep some of the insurance costs down. This is a good thing, especially with gas prices continuing to climb.

The bottom line is that when looking for a new car, it doesn’t have to really be new…just new to you. Doing some serious research and conferring with your dealer about your budget and what you’d like to have in your driveway will not only save you money and time, but you’ll have a car you can be proud of. More importantly, you’ll have a car you can rely on.

If you have any questions about buying a used vehicle: What you should look for, what your should expect etc., give me a shout at the Southtowne General Motors Superstore.

-Steve

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