Buying a pre-owned vehicle instead of a new one is a great way to save money. New cars lose value as soon as they’re driven off the lot, and when you buy a used car, the previous owner takes that loss.

Still, when it comes to financing, never expect the impressive offers seen on many new models. Your chances of ...

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Paying cash or taking a car loan is not the only way to get a new car. Leasing was once reserved for corporate customers and luxury car buyers, but now it is found in every segment of the car industry, from college grads leasing subcompacts to families leasing full-size SUVs. As vehicle prices continue to hike, so does the number ...

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Why are you selling your vehicle?

If the seller answers you, "Because it's a piece of junk!" then the interview may be over. But the seller may say something else so different, if the seller says it so nervously, then you can come for a conclusion that the seller doesn't have the good sense to make up an alternate ...

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