Do You Really Need a New Car?

Thumbnail image for Car Salesman.jpgA recent Consumer Reports article asks the question that every new car buyer should ask before going to the car dealership: Do You Really Need a New Car?:

New-car envy. It can creep up anytime. It may snag you at a stoplight when a muscle car or luxury sedan sidles up. Or maybe when the gleaming SUV parked next to you makes the dents in your jalopy all the more obvious.

Get over it.  Read more

As the article points out, the financial cost of buying a new car, compared to holding onto a new one, can be very high. But, upgrading might be a good idea if your current ride doesn't have life-saving safety features such as electronic stability control and curtain airbags. 

If you do decide to buy a new car, be sure to watch our video seminar - you can save thousands! It pays to prepare before you go to the dealership.


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