When it comes to buying your next car, the best way to avoid depreciation down the road and get the best deal for your dollar is to buy used. A new car on the lot is an average 30 percent higher than the same vehicle that has had someone’s name of the title. That’s a lot of money to pay for new car smell. We spoke with Matt Degen, senior associate editor at vehicle valuation company Kelley Blue Book about everything to need to know for buying, selling, and trading your way to your next new car, because even if it’s not new, it’s new to you.
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