A Used car may not be a bad choice. In fact many financial advisor will tell you it's best to only buy a car in cash
as it is a depreciating asset. With that, for most of us, the cost of a brand new car is
beyond what we can afford.
A factor for many is that a new car is just out
of reach financially. If that's the case for you, then check into Drive
Time. There you will find some help for getting a loan for your next car.
All the New Car Dealers in
Portland have used cars to select from, but it's a good idea to get
some type of warranty with the car. Beware the "As Is" vehicle. It's at your
and if you believe anything the sales person tells you, you are being naive.
Want proof? Just ask them to put it in writing... In my own personal
experience buying a used car has more often than not meant trouble. The trouble
was additional cost of repairs as well as the hassle of getting it repaired. In my opinion buying a used
car is buying someone else's problem. With that unless your buying
something you don't need to depend on, stick with a new car that you can afford.
|If they don't have a warranty, you may
want to consider an extended auto warranty. They are available for cars up
to 10 years old.