If you are looking to buy a car, you may be wondering if you have to buy a used car. The answer is not always clear-cut. There are some factors to consider when deciding if buying a used car is the right decision for you.
One factor to consider is the Vehicle History Report. This report contains information about all the accidents and repairs that have been made to the car you are considering buying. If the car has had a lot of accidents or has been in for a lot of repairs, it may be difficult to sell it as a used car.
Another consideration is the mileage of the car. The higher the mileage, the older the car likely is. Older cars tend to have more problems, and it may be harder to find a buyer who is willing to take on such an aging vehicle.
The first thing you should do when looking for a used car at CarMax is to figure out whether or not you want to buy an extended warranty. The answer may depend on how long you plan on keeping the vehicle, as well as how much money you'll save over the life of the warranty.
With some extended warranties, it can be worth investing upfront so that if something goes wrong with your vehicle, it won't cost too much money. There is also the convenience factor: If you buy an extended warranty, you can skip the hassle of dealing with a broken-down car.