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It can be challenging to determine whether you should buy new or used when looking for your next car. Lucky for you, our experts can help! Here some things to consider: 

New Pros 

  • Newer technology and increased reliability  especially in the safety category with advanced airbag systems and structural features 
  • Power of choice — more flexibility in customizing your dream color, features and upgrades 
  • Highest fuel efficiency standards  

Used Pros 

  • Cost effectiveness — you typically avoid the steepest depreciation when buying a used car, giving a better value to your purchase 
  • Availability — even now as newer cars are becoming older, the selection of features and reliability of older cars has improved  
  • Reviews and research — with experience drivers of used vehicles, you are able to review different models and choose based on features you desire 

Whether you decide on a new or used vehicle, our experts at AAA Auto Buying can help you find the exact car you are looking for.  

NEXT STEP! Visit AAA.com/GoAutoBuying or call 800-590-0145 today to begin your personalized AAA Member car buying experience. 

(Go Magazine May/June 2020)

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