Used Cars in
 Denver CO

 

Here at Auto Source LLC, we Buy, Sell, Trade, and Broker cars.  We have been in the automotive industry for many years and know that our knowledgeable staff can help you get a great deal, a great price and even sell your car with an attempt to maximize your sale.  Check out the inventory of used cars down below and find out why a lot of people decide to buy a pre-owned vehicle and save a ton of money.

 

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$27,995
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$16,995
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$8,995
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$11,995
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$16,995
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$11,995
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$12,995
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$18,995
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$18,995
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$20,995
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$15,995
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$13,995
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$22,995
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$11,995
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$17,995
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$6,995
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$12,995
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$17,995
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$15,995
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$14,995
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$13,995

Are Pre-Owned Cars Worth It?

 
As consumers, we have struggled with the options of buying a new or used car. New cars are enticing as they offer all the new gadgets and gizmos. New color options, technological options and the ever popular "new car smell" have all had us wondering if buying a new car is the best option. We try to tell ourselves that this is the best option since you don't have to worry about it being unreliable or having damage that was not reported. Let's face it, having a brand new car is a notch in our belt but is it really a better purchase than a used car? Let's look at the benefits of purchasing a used car, which now offer more attractive options than ever before.    
 
A used car will often have a better price. The interest rate on a new car may be slightly lower however, the time frame of paying off a used car may be shorter and the interest rate may be higher but typically not much higher. Given those elements, a used car may equal a smaller amount that is paid overall.   
 
There are depreciation benefits when you opt for a used car. We all know that new cars lose a large portion of their value immediately, some even as much as 40%. When a new car depreciates quickly, GAP coverage (optional insurance coverage to cover the difference between the amount of your loan and your car’s actual value) may be an added expense. Normal wear and tear happens in almost all vehicles, which require upkeep and repairs. These repairs are not usually covered under the new car warranty so that is an added headache for new car owners. Used car owners don't necessarily have to worry about rapid depreciation, GAP insurance, and they are usually ready to pay for normal wear and tear.
 
Purchasing a new vehicle may include fees like processing and preparation fees, which may add up quickly and cost hundreds of additional dollars. Usual dealership fees, regardless of a new or used vehicle will add fees such as taxes and DMV fees to every vehicle, regardless of condition. Used car buyers have the option of buying a used car from a private party which may eliminate some of those mentioned fees.
 
Buying a used car may provide a wider variety of vehicle. You are not limited to models that were released recently so your inventory and/or supply will offer a wider selection. Not only do you have a wider selection of vehicles but technology has made sure that you have more information available to you. You can search for the value of a specific year, make, and model in various conditions. Not to mention getting historical information about a potential vehicle. You can gain information from others that have actually purchased the vehicle that you are interested in and find what their experiences are. 
 
Some car dealerships offer used car shoppers perks such as certification programs, which means that these cars undergo a rigid inspection and certification process that include mechanical and cosmetic items. They also may include warranties that go beyond the original factory warranty and are similar to new car warranties, which may include roadside assistance. Special financing may be available for these vehicles as well but rates are usually higher than regular used car rates. It may be worth paying for the certified used car as they are given extra attention, coverage and peace of mind which are perks usually reserved for new car buyers.