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Why Buy A Used Car?
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Getting a used car not only means you’ll save money, but it also gives you better selection and peace of mind. Particularly popular used brands include Toyota and Ford, and trucks are becoming especially popular to get used. If you hate wasting money, you want a used car.

Toyota is well-known for its dependable designs, making used models particularly good investments. The most popular models are sedans like the Camry and Corolla, legendary cars with excellent performance and fuel economy. The Camry has actually been in production since 1982, making it likely that you’ll encounter one
on the used lot. This mid-size sedan offers a little more space and power than a compact car, but it also has decent fuel economy. The Corolla is a classic, first entering production in 1966. This model is now a front-wheel drive design on new model years, with a subcompact design to save space. The Corolla is perfect for the city.

Among the most popular Ford models to buy used are the Mustang and the Focus. The Mustang is a classic muscle car first developed in 1965. This model is great for people who love sporty rides. The Focus is perfect for virtually any driver. First introduced to North America in 1999, the Focus is a compact car that is great for small families and eco-friendly drivers.

Trucks are also great to get used, including the F-150 and the Tacoma. The F-150 is the number one vehicle in North America, meaning there are a lot out there. If you shop for used cars, you are going to encounter tons of F-150s. This truck is tough, capable, and recent models even come with an aluminum body to shed unnecessary weight. The Tacoma is a smaller truck that handles off-road trails with ease. This mid-size model comes with
a fuel-efficient engine as well.

Discover the used model that is right for you by stopping by Mama's Used Cars today.

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