Used car market 'strong'The market for nearly new and used cars was strong throughout 2006, according to a new report from Manheim.
The market for nearly new and used cars was strong throughout 2006, according to a new report from Manheim.
Strong demand for used vehicles reflects both their lower price and the fact that if you buy nearly new you benefit from not suffering the immediate depreciation experienced by any driver taking a new car from a dealership.
Indeed, with great car finance options available buying a used or nearly new car has never been easier.
Whether buying by a car loan or car credit, a used car is genuinely the simplest way of getting yourself out on the open road.
What might once have been seen as the last resort for students and young people is now widely regarded as a simple way of making your money stretch that little bit further.
For instance, how does a Maxda RX8 for the price of a Ford Focus sound? Wildly tempting? Of course, but if you're smart and buy a car with a few miles on the clock even a fine sports car like that becomes affordable.
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