Value in the Vehicle: When Buying New Over Used Makes Sense

A vehicle is one of the greatest investments a person is going to put their money towards. There are several factors to consider when trying to decide which vehicle is the correct purchase. Sometimes it turns out that certain vehicles provide more value new than used. Take a look at some of the remarkable automobiles that fit that distinction.

Better New Than Used

SUVs are one of the most popular types of vehicles on the roadways today. They provide plenty of cargo space, entertainment, safety features and overall performance that gets consumers excited about taking one out for a spin. SUVs are not only a popular choice on the roads but a popular choice to purchase new compared to used.

There are large SUVs, compact SUVs and subcompact SUVs to transport people all over the place. Many SUVs provide more value purchased new as opposed to used. The Porche Macan makes the list. Those looking for luxury would find a 14.5 percent price difference with new compared to used. The Macan is the lowest cost-model of the lineup offered by Porsche, making it a desirable SUV for those looking for the luxury badge.

Honda offers the HR-V, the subcompact crossover that is one of the best cars to buy new over used with its 10.5 percent price difference. The subcompact vehicle is known for having a surprisingly large amount of cargo room and terrific fuel estimates. If one is looking for a vehicle on the list other than an SUV, the Toyota Tacoma should do.

The Tacoma is known for its durability and reliability on the roads. It holds value well in the used vehicle market, remaining 12.3 percent more expensive new. There’s always demand for a pickup truck, and the Tacoma is just the right size to satisfy plenty of consumers nationally.

In order to read the full article, written by Robert Taurosa, make sure to click the link.

Value in the Vehicle: When Buying New Over Used Makes Sense

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