11 ways to get the lowest price on your next car

NOV 25, 2017 AT 02:42 AM


9. Stay away from most options and big wheels


Most car options unfortunately do not keep up well with time, even during resale - especially technological options that become outdated quickly and require subscriptions mostly. The higher chances are you will not use most of them at all.

Avoid non-factory cars. To increase their profits, dealers can add supplementary features to new cars. They can include fabric protectant, undercoating, pin striping, or anything else that can make the car seem like a very high-tech vehicle. Even extended warranties from other shops can come cheaper than what the dealer is offering you.

Big wheels can seem very fancy, but they come with two inherent problems: the price of replacing the tires is high because they are rare, and they also cause the fuel economy of the car to suffer. In this case, the smaller your wheels, the better.

Are you thinking about getting a new car? We all know the intimidating prospect of buying something that will last you for years, because you do not want to make a grave mistake when purchasing and end up stuck with a car that you do not like or it causes you problems. What is worse, you buy a car that is so expensive, and you regret purchasing it.