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Sell a car | 22.04.2014 - 06:52

You can Now Afford Those Cars that Used to Break Banks

We could opt to buy cars old a year or two as we can get a fair deal and a new car.

Late 2010 and 2011 were years where car dealers and manufacturers all over the world saw how their sales terribly downgraded, and, were the lowest since 2009. New models arrived but perhaps it was the obvious economic downfall that affects people’s buying decisions. Who would want to buy a car when you have basic financial responsibilities that must be dealt with first? When a liter of fuel cost you bucks that were worth three meals? Really, there was more to be dealt with than purchasing a car back then.

2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek

You might have this car that you really liked back in 2012 but hadn’t got the chance to buy it due to financial circumstances. Good thing about the year 2014 is that you can now purchase your dream car at a far lesser cost.

Here are a few of the most “wanted” cars back in 2010 (onwards), their previous and recent prices as well as some of their quick specs.

The 2010 Audi A6

If you were to live a busy, luxurious life four years back, Audi A6 would probably be your first choice. It is big, elegant, spacious and versatile. Quattro, Audi's all-wheel drive system provides a classy, driving experience not to mention that this vehicle has built-in Bluetooth, iPad connection, satellite radio, sun roof and rain-sensing wipers. Audi A6 price in 2010 was originally £30,000 but you can buy it now for under £15,000.

2012 BMW X5

As one of the sportiest SUVs in market, its price around £60,000 can be considered as a fair cost but actually you can buy this vehicle for around £35,000 - £45,000, as used car. BMW X5 key features are a four-way lumbar support for front-seat, a spacious 7-seat capacity and a six-cylinder gas turbo.

2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek

For those who love to travel out-of-town or constantly roam around the busy city, Subaru XV is the perfect catch. This vehicle has five-door hatch, plastic trim panels, attractive body and a tidy dimension. The 2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek priced around £25,000 on 2013 but can now be sold for about £20,000. This car's hybrid 13-hp electric motor helps you save fuel. Among other things, its powerful moonroofs, leather seats and incredibly convenient highway performance aim to please you as you wish.

Porsche 911

Luxury you say, now here comes Porsche. Porsche 911 was then a trend during the years of 2010-2012, and it still is a big deal this 2014. If you are a fan of big spy movies, you probably have seen this vehicle most of the times. It is the kind of car that is “normally” used by protagonists. With its A-pillar door, ever comfortable 2+2 seating layouts, seven-speed manual transmission, no doubt it is the first choice of those who are looking for elegant cars. This car is a hundred pound lighter than previous versions. Now they can be sold around £70,000 - £80,000.

You can find fantastic and funny reviews visiting Top Gear.

How to Save Hundreds of Bucks When Purchasing a Car

There are a bunch of other cars that used to be extremely expensive three years back but are now practically affordable. You will be surprise to see vehicles which used to priced $80,000 and can now be sold around $65,000. If you wanted to pick the best vehicle, you might as well ask help from a local car broker. You can give him the idea about the kind of vehicle you want to buy and he can negotiate with his networks to find you the most suitable deal. Although there will be a fraction of service fee, you can actually end up saving a ton on your end. Car brokers are connected with vast number of dealers; hence; it will be easy for him to secure discounted prices. Moreover, you can have peace of mind knowing that a professional handles the matters. This avoids fraud and saves you time as well.

If you decide to visit car dealership you can read this article before your visit.

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