One of our cars is getting old. It is a 2007 purchased in the summer of 2006 and has 120,000 miles. We take care of it, but the reality is we will likely need to replace it in a year or so. The thought of taking on car payments is less than appealing. Therefore we are budgeting for a reliable car we can afford to purchase outright. We will buy a pre-owned vehicle and we know the only way to go is a certified pre-owned vehicle. What is a certified pre-owned vehicle? A vehicle that goes through a thorough inspection, any necessary refurbishing, and often have low mileage.
Buying a pre-owned vehicle doesn’t have to be risky. Reputable dealers such as Keene Dodge of NH offer peace of mind with 70 point inspections, warranties, and more. I love the fact that I can find out every detail about a certified pre-owned car before I purchase it including its age, mileage, and even the VIN number. A certified pre-owned vehicle purchase is a smart move that saves a ton of money. The car will look and feel brand-new. Best of all, buying certified pre-owned often allows the buyer to look at models they would not be able to afford if buying brand new. I am looking forward to my next new-to-me car!
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