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How buying a used car can save you thousands

Read Cars Logo By John Tallodi of Read Cars | Slide 1 of 16: There can be few finer moments than when you slip behind the wheel of your brand new car for the first time. That new car smell permeates the immaculate cabin, strange and exciting buttons festoon the swoopy dashboard. Then the salesman whips off the oversized bow from the bonnet and you press the starter button.As you gingerly roll out of the dealership your thoughts are as far as they can be from any financial considerations. How could they be, that soft leather is just so nice to the touch and listen to the banging 1000w speaker system your salesman wisely told you to spec.Once the honeymoon period has passed and your pristine new car is sitting outside the house, its paintwork dirty, chocolate wrappers stuffed between the seats you start to wonder whether buying brand new was as savvy as that persuasive salesman lead you to believe.If this is a familiar scenario then read on, you may find that your buyer’s remorse could be avoided altogether if you went about things a little differently.

How buying a used car can save you thousands

There can be few finer moments than when you slip behind the wheel of your brand new car for the first time. That new car smell permeates the immaculate cabin, strange and exciting buttons festoon the swoopy dashboard. Then the salesman whips off the oversized bow from the bonnet and you press the starter button.

As you gingerly roll out of the dealership your thoughts are as far as they can be from any financial considerations. How could they be, that soft leather is just so nice to the touch and listen to the banging 1000w speaker system your salesman wisely told you to spec.

Once the honeymoon period has passed and your pristine new car is sitting outside the house, its paintwork dirty, chocolate wrappers stuffed between the seats you start to wonder whether buying brand new was as savvy as that persuasive salesman lead you to believe.

If this is a familiar scenario then read on, you may find that your buyer’s remorse could be avoided altogether if you went about things a little differently.

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