As you might guess, the key advantages of a used vehicle over a new one have to do with money. The starting point is that pre-owned cars and trucks are generally priced lower than their brand-new counterparts, and a big part of that has to do with depreciation. When you buy a used vehicle, it’s the first owner who takes the biggest hit because new vehicles tend to lose the most value in their first year on the road. Then, since a pre-owned vehicle costs less to buy, it’s usually less to insure, too.
The bonus with all these savings is that you’re actually getting more bang for your buck: You enjoy the same great features that a new-car owner is paying for, but it costs you less money to get them.
And even though you have to take into account a pre-owned vehicle’s past life, that’s pretty easy to do nowadays since used-vehicle history reports are simple to come by. You can also consider our Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) vehicles that deliver added peace of mind thanks to our comprehensive inspection process and warranty coverage.