The New Year offers many great deals on both new and used cars. Since a car loses its value as soon as you drive it off the dealer’s lot, you may as well buy used. According to U.S. News and World Report, here are the top cars to buy used in the New Year.
Volkswagen Is Always a Good Bet This January, Volkswagen is making it worthwhile to buy a used VW. At the moment, you can get financing at a rate of 1.99 percent for all certified and pre-owned Volkswagen models. This financing runs for 48 months. Volkswagen may not be the hippest or hottest car make at the moment, but it’s got a long track record of reliability and performance.
Subaru Is Not Just for Paul Hogan Anymore Surely you’ve seen Crocodile Dundee star Paul Hogan advertising the Subaru brand at some point in your life. This January, you can finally find out what he’s talking about in the ads by buying a used Subaru. Applicable to 2007 to 2012 models that are certified and pre-owned, Subaru has low-interest deals for used car buyers like you. The best part is that financing is as low as 0.99 percent.
Mazda: Time to Zoom, Zoom This month, Mazda is offering a boatload of its used vehicles at very affordable rates. The car maker will offer you 0.9 percent financing for 3 years on various certified, pre-owned models that range from 2010 to 2012. The models in this offer include the CX-7, CX-9, Mazda2, Mazda3, Mazda5 and Mazda 6. With this many vehicles from which to choose, you can certainly find a used Mazda to fit your needs.
Don’t Forget About Mercedes-Benzoin January, the deals for used cars are so attractive that you may want to even consider getting a used luxury car, such as a Mercedes-Benz. This month only, the car maker is offering buyers a rate of 1.99 percent financing on different certified and pre-owned Mercedes-Benz vehicles that span the 2009, 2010 and 2011 model years.
What better way to start off the New Year than by purchasing yourself an affordable, used car? The above mentioned car-makers are all quality brands that offer you a ton of good selections. With financing this attractive, what is keeping you from going down to your local dealership today?