Many factors go into your decision to buy a used car over a new car. Many car buyers assume the main point of difference between new and used cars is the price and condition. Clearly a used car will be more worn and be in less perfect condition. For that sacrifice, you can expect to pay significantly less than the price of a new car.
Category: Car Purchase
J.D. Power and Associates released its Annual Survey of the Most Dependable Vehicles. J.D. Power surveyed the owners of 2008 model year vehicles and asked the participants to report back on problems they experience with their vehicles over a 3 year period. The problems included, excessive wind noise, noisy brakes, if the vehicle pulling to the left or right, issues with the instrument panel/dashboard, and excessive window fogging. J.D. Power concluded, for the first time, Fords’ Lincoln Brand is the most dependable vehicle by their standards.