Friday, December 18, 2009

How to Buy a Cheap Car

Have you ever wanted to get out of the car market for a few years? Just have a reliable car that serves your transportation needs day in and day out with no car payment, cheap insurance, few repairs, and cheap repairs if they are ever needed.
Most people succumb to the pressure from the auto industry to always drive the newest, "coolest" vehicle they are able to swing the payments on. It doesn't have to be that way. You actually can have a functional vehicle you don't have to stress about, that just keeps on doing the job it is designed for long after it is paid off. More...

1 comment:

omgparticle said...

If you are planning on putting a lot of miles and time on it I'd pick an old diesel that is a manual. Grab the maintenance book and learn to do the common problems and fixes for it. Someone once put 2.8 million miles on Mercedes Benz Diesel, Toyota truck/Cruiser diesels are known to last, I had an 83 audi 1.6 diesel with 240k+ before given to someone and I think the vw fox used same engine - the old rabbit diesels were good to.