Why Buy a Used Car?

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Many Orlando shoppers ask themselves whether they should buy new or used. Although there are compelling advantages to both options, used cars are the more popular choice, particularly for drivers on a budget.

What Are The Benefits Of Buying A Used Car?

Greater Savings, Less Depreciation

Arguably the most convincing draw to our used vehicle inventory is that they come at reduced prices thanks to depreciation, which occurs sharply after the first owner pulls out of the dealership parking lot. 

Used cars depreciate too, but at a far more gradual rate than new cars. In turn, you get a better resale value if the time comes to sell later on. All in all, you will likely spend less upfront and lose less value by owning a used car.

Premium Features Are More Accessible

With new cars, extra features often come at hefty costs. However, since used cars depreciated, you’re bound to find the model with advanced safety technology, the stronger engine, and the panoramic sunroof (if you are so inclined) within your price range. 

Think back to the cars of three years ago – they’re substantially cheaper, yet they come equipped with much of the same features. With a used car, you can have all the creature comforts and technology you need without spending an arm and a leg.

Quality Assurance

The vehicles at Universal Used Car Superstore come with free CarFax Vehicle History Reports and clean title guarantees. This is not only to ensure shoppers know precisely what they’re buying, but it also confirms the road readiness of our vehicles.

For even further peace of mind, check out our certified pre-owned vehicles. These models undergo rigorous inspections to verify their quality and include warranties.

Find Your Used Car In Orlando

Ready to get behind the wheel of a quality used car? Contact us at Universal Used Car Superstore to schedule a test drive.

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