Buying a Used Hybrid Car

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A hybrid car, at any stage is wonderful investment in our environment and your pocket book. With the ever fluctuating price of gas, they can either provide you a moderate savings or lead to an immense savings on maintenance and refueling costs. Just imagine how much you could save in a month by getting 50+ miles a gallon instead 10 or 20. Combine that figure over the course of an entire year and just imagine how much extra money you will be able to put in your pocket.

The big blockade for most people in our current economy is the perceived initial higher cost of purchasing a new hybrid instead of a cheaper, lower quality car. Hybrids are priced extremely competitively with other gas dependant cars on the market. If you're not ready to make the leap into the new car investment, that is where buying a pre-owned hybrid comes in. Buying a pre-owned hybrid is much more cost effective that most people would be lead to believe.

The idea of buying a used car startles some people. They don't like the idea of the potential repair costs associated with buying a car that has been in someone else's care. It can be a major stumbling block, but rest assured, studies have shown that hybrid cars are much less likely to need major repair with regular maintenance than their gas dependent counter parts.

So look for a certified used car, from a reputable dealer, or if buying from a private owner, have it checked out at a mechanic to ease your mind. Review the previous maintenance records thoroughly in the same way that you would with any other fuel-dependent car you were considering and Above all, make an informed decision about purchasing a hybrid. There is no doubt that you will be pleasantly surprised with the low-maintenance and lower cost of your new pre-owned hybrid. It is a buy and drive experience and you will be off and enjoying your environmentally friendly vehicle choice with a chunk of extra fuel-savings in your pocket.

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This article was published on 2010/03/29