Used cars are always cheaper than new ones, as long as you don't get stuck with a lemon.
If you want a new car for cheap, the best option is a used one.
Aside from the obvious price benefits, used cars are subject to lower taxes, registration fees and dealer fees.You also can’t slap a fancy adjective like “vintage” on a new car!
As with most purchases, however,used cars have their risks. You may have heard horror stories about “lemons” and how they’re ultimately more expensive than their newer counterparts. You don’t want to break the bank when buying a car, but you don’t want to drive a four-wheeled coffin either.
To get around these issues, here’s what to do before you sign all that paperwork: