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Why the list of cars? Buying used will save a big pile of money on ANY car. No list necessary. Just find a 2 year old former lease of whatever you want, and buy it for a huge discount from new. It's a great idea, and its nothing new. Smart buyers have been doing it for decades!
I don't buy new cars but many of these would be likely a better deal new due to financing available on new, full warrantry over new versus modest savings (10% )at 1 year old. I buy low mileage 3-6 year old cars and at a lot more saving than that and has worked very well for me. ie 05 Crossfire in 2011, new at 62K, used at 13K with 30000 m., 03 Montana new at 41K ,3 years old with 37000 miles at 14K. Also ,Many of the cars featured above are crap according to Consumer Reports.
There are 2 kinds of Volkswagon owners. Those that buy one and realize the collosal mistake they made and never buy again and those that buy again who think it is perfectly normal for a car to be in the shop monthly over life of the car..
Cooper!??? Why don't you just toss your cash on a bon-fire?? These things are a bad joke. They're specifically made for grown up Barbie's who want a fun toy to drive over to Ken's house. Any other application is wishful thinking.....
@Dexter, aren't u the least bit embarrassed by what u have written here? Based on your diction, u apparently aren't very well educated, so do you actually understand whether or not the POTUS is doing his job well or not. Do you even UNDERSTAND what a POTUS' job entails?
You state that you're driving an old car with about 300,000 miles on it, apparently then, you were doing very BADLY LONG BEFORE Prez Obama assumed the Presidency, so how then has he screwed-things-up for u?