Save Money with a Used Car
If you want a new vehicle, be sure to shop around. There are great deals out there. But for some, new car prices are simply not affordable. And, if you have credit problems, you’re definitely going to have to look at a used vehicle. In addition, new cars typically depreciate from 25% to 60% in the first three years, and then depreciation usually begins to slow down.
Cars are Built Better Today for Improved Long-Term Reliability
Most consumers want a used vehicle with low mileage. That’s great if you can find it. But, as we said, today’s used cars are better than ever. In many cases, you can buy an older used vehicle, even one with higher mileage, and come out on the winning end. Just make sure you have the vehicle checked out before you buy.
Many Used Cars Get a Comprehensive Inspection
Another option is to buy from a dealer who invests money and time into reconditioning its vehicles before they go on the lot. Many dealers put their vehicles through a comprehensive inspection process. Some invest serious dollars into this process so that you get a better car.
J.D. Byrider has been in business for over 20 years and has sold nearly 900,000 vehicles across the country. Every J.D. Byrider vehicle undergoes a comprehensive inspection and comes with a limited warranty at no extra charge. Our extended service contracts and warranties provide additional peace of mind. With parts and labor charges that are among the lowest in the neighborhood, the J.D. Byrider program provides over $4000 of additional value with its vehicles.