3 Reasons New Cars Are Sometimes Worth It

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    Did you know that consumers lose about $4 billion every year thanks to odometer fraud? The average odometer rollback totals to about 15,000 miles — or the average of a year?s worth of use (or more!) for many people. Obviously, if you buy a used car, this is a strong reason to always get a car history report since a jump backward in the odometer reading is going to be pretty hard to miss in typical documentation.

    On the other hand, you could, instead, just get a new car. Although many people will agree that buying a car new loses you equity right away, that tends to be an overstatement of how car value really works. It?s important to remember, too, that some of the things we value most about new vehicles — safety, added features, and a perfectly working system — aren?t reflected in a simple value writeup.

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