Are you looking for a cheap car? Well, you don’t have to go to the junkyard to find a good car cheaply. You can even afford to drive a new car if you know what you are doing. This article will explore ways to get a new cheap car.
If you decide to lease a car, your monthly payments will be about 60 percent of what you would have been paying if you had bought it straight out. And, this gives you an opportunity to get a new car every three years. If you are going the lease route, consider taking the lease off someone else’s hands – they’ll usually chip in on the monthly payments.
The next piece of advice I have is to consider buying last year’s model. You’ll still get a new car, but it won’t be the newest version. Every September, the manufacturers send in the next years model. But dealers still have the current – and sometimes even the past – year’s models on the lot. They are eager to get rid of these cars to make way for the new and will often give you a good deal.
Want to get the best deal possible at the dealership? Then arm yourself with the facts. Know what the dealer needs to break even and then give him a reasonable, but not excessive, profit. When you know going in just how low the dealer can go, you can often get a new cheap car.
Unlike dealers, manufacturers can be more generous with their rebates and other incentives. Look for cash back, low financing rates, and other features the head office offers to move their vehicles.
If there is anything better than cheap, it’s free. If you’re up to putting ads all over your car, you can sometimes get an advertising company to wrap your car in an ad and let you drive it for free. There is the most availability for this in college towns and big cities.
If you want a new vehicle, don’t despair. There are ways to get a cheap car.
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