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Old 07-09-2015, 12:10 AM   #24 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by ksa8907 View Post
Seems if your goal is to save money, new is not your best choice.
Most people have multiple goals, one of which may be to save money. After all, if saving money were your only goal you would walk. In reality we all compromise to try and meet goals involving cost, comfort, reliability, utility, style or whatever else we consider to be important.

I have bought new cars and I have bought used cars, depending on what best met my needs at the time. When I bought my current car I intended to buy new but found a 1-year old car which had only been driven 5,000 km so I bought that. I would't buy a mega-cheap car as primary transport because I need a car that can be comfortable and reliable for high milages in fairly adverse conditions and I don't believe that is possible on the cheap.
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