View Poll Results: When is the best time to buy a USED vehicle?

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Thread: When is the Best time to Buy a USED Vehicle?

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    Re: When is the Best time to Buy a USED Vehicle?

    Quote Originally Posted by LookingGlass View Post
    Never. My dad always said the man that buys a used car buys another's headache.
    A friend of mine said buy new houses and used cars.
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    Re: When is the Best time to Buy a USED Vehicle?

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    A friend of mine said buy new houses and used cars.
    In fact, I'd go the other way. New houses, at least around here, are tiny affairs, stuffed into 1/4 acre plots, crammed up against the neighbors so the builders can make as much money on as little investment as possible. My house, built in 1926, sits on 10 acres and is much larger than anything new they've built in the area in years.

    Houses can be improved, new fixtures, new mechanicals, etc. can be installed. No matter how old the house, with a little maintenance, you can continue to keep it up to date. Cars, on the other hand, are what they are, you cannot significantly improve them over time. You can't add on a new back seat if you run out of space, can't build new trunk space, can't make it significantly faster, etc.

    Buy used houses and new cars. It makes a lot more sense.
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