by cecile | 06:22

New Car or Used Car: Which is More Beneficial If you want to know what the difference is between buying a new and a slightly used car is that reality that the moment you get your new car then it starts depreciating enormously. If you imagine selling this new car that you have just acquired immediately then you will know how much has been written off from the price your got it for. Mind you, the only difference is that good smell of a new car, nothing else. And this is not all, other than depreciation value of the new car, there are other charges and subsequent costs associated with a zero meter car not comparable to a used car. And this means that you don’t only deal with the car price but there are other charges that goes with it too. Suma Total, it is after all only the psychological satisfaction of bringing home a new car or show it off to either your family, neighbors and friends – which is fleeting or a short-term benefit. If you take out this psychological benefit out of the equation, you get both the short and long term benefit which are given below. Sales tax for new cars are non-negotiable and therefore is a big issues. Though the percent depends on your state, New Jersey collects seven percent. There are other fees for brand new cars collected by the New Jersey Department of Motor Vehicles.
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You also need to consider the depreciation value. Let us consider the scenario of you buying a million dollar brand new car and that you have used it for a year. This value would be somewhere around six hundred to seven hundred thousand dollars instead after a year and a half. This means that the amount of two year’s depreciation of new car is enough to buy a two year old depreciated used car. So why spend a million for a new car that after two years would just be equal to a two year old depreciated car? The three hundred thousand saving is a big saving!
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With the new features on brand new cars, you can just imagine how much they will cost when you purchase a brand new car with all these new features, and this is a lot more costly than when you have an after-market installer put them together on your slightly used car. You can find new features like protective coating, additional sensor, or new look features which you can find in after-market shops. Dealers charge is another thorn in one’s side when you buy a brand new car, and this is especially true when it is bank financed. Dealers tend to not only over-charge you for every additional accessory that you want, after-all the additional charge will be spread out within the duration of the term of payment you have with the bank.

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