Is it better to have a newer car with no luxury, or an older one loaded?
How about either an old car or a new car with just what you need and not a bunch of extra c*** that will just break and be expensive to repair.
in this moment i think the best is to have a new car because you have warranty
It is more of a personal preference, really. If I can afford the maintenance of one loaded with luxury, I would prefer to have it, rather than a new car without. Sometimes, one needs to be pampered with the comfort and whatnots.
I always look for pre-owned, maybe 1 or 2 years old. The main reason is depreciation. you will not take the 1st big hit which is the largest! My 2 cents
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