There are certain stuff you should never buy second hand. Underwear for starters, snacks also. Might as well just get new ones. But there are many things available second hand and lots of people do, as a way to save money. Clothing (outer wear) is very often bought second hand, from vintage shops or Goodwills. And of course there’s cars. Vehicles are a great thing to get pre-owned because people will always be selling them while they still need some life left to them. A savvy used car buyer can get a full deal on the car that may last them just as long if not beyond some new cars. When you’re in the market for a new car to you personally, but a pre-owned car, try one of these on for size, we’re certain you can make them last a long, long time.
So it’s pretty well known that any Honda car is going to last well into its late life – all you need to do is provide it regular and minimal maintenance and it will be described as a dream machine for you and yours. If you want them to, and the other cool thing, is they have a pretty sleek look on them, these things could go well over 200,000 miles. They are not some lame car like one of those box cars that people are making for some reason these days. So, you should definitely take note if there are any Hondas on the lot if you’re shopping around. Ensure they have no rust, and they can be a great bargain and a great car for you and your family into the next decade.
You may be surprised to see a minivan for this list, however you shouldn’t be. Back into the day, Dodges were terrible and were a laughing stock in the automotive road. Using the same principle that says that Jack within the Box is already one of the most cleanly fast food chains (because of their media debacles in the 80’s), Dodges are now great. The Caravan is a fantastic an affiliate the fleet and one with a real power to maintain its value and last well into the future. You can check them out at costa mesa used cars or at McPeek Dodge. The Caravan is cool and versatile and a great car, with power sliding doors and everything.
Just ask a colleague of yours who drives one! That marketing motto is a good one because it’s true. We all know someone who drives a Camry, or if you don’t, they drive a Prius. These cars are ideal for the used car market, though we’d advise against the Prius because Prius technology is merely getting better and the hybrids from even 10 years ago are pathetic when compared to today’s hybrids. However, for a non hybrid, the Camry is a good car that will be reliable deep into the future.