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I am frequently talking about how our family could use a second vehicle. Currently we have our one family van, which is sufficient and we make do. We could also use this secondary vehicle for our kid-free road trips. I must admit, I am nervous about the idea of looking at cars again. Sure our family van is decent but we were in a rush and just purchased it cash in hand from a private dealer in New Hampshire.
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Tips on Looking for a New to You Vehicle
I will leave this article with some tips on looking for a new to you vehicle. Whether you are in the market for brand new or used, the tips still apply.
- Consider Size & Usage – you will want to be sure that your vehicle is large enough for any planned or possibly unplanned family growth.
- Gas Mileage – if you travel frequently the miles per gallon may be a selling point for you, if buying used, take into consideration the vehicle may need maintenance to get the quoted gas mileage for the vehicle.
- Get What You Like – I am famous for needing four doors, a radio that works with a CD player at least and I prefer to go with any color except white. These may not be important to others, but they are to me.
- Use Cars.com – consider using a site like Cars.com so that you are connected with dealers who have a reputation of being honest, fair and reasonable.
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