Two more good reasons to buy a used car instead of a new one:
The average price of a new vehicle in the U.S. is $32,086.
Here’s another one: The average U.S. household can’t afford it.
That’s the conclusion of a new report from Interest.com, a consumer-finance site owned by Bankrate. The report looked at median household incomes across the U.S. and concluded that new cars are out of reach for many Americans — or should be.
It sounds a little crazy, but for those of us concerned about the economy — which should be all of us — it’s worth a closer look.
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Black Friday in June. This Weekend- only at Lux Auto Plus. Click HERE to learn more:
The list from CarGurus includes cars that fit a recent grad’s budget and get strong safety ratings.
It’s Our Big Presidents’ Day Sale. Stop in for Hot Deals on a Cold Day. Saturday, Sunday, and Monday – Feb 13th, Feb 14th, Feb 15
Well, we have some good news for you. Despite what most people think, having bad credit does NOT mean you can’t buy a car. The fact is that, even if you have truly bad credit, most likely we can help you to get an auto loan. For Real. Even if other dealerships have turned you down. Even if you have had a recent divorce or a bankruptcy.
We can likely help you- even if you have come to feel like maybe it’s hopeless.
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Right now we have a very special car in our showroom:
It’s a 1986 Mercedes-Benz 560SL with only 42k Miles. It’s from Texas, it’s spotless inside and out, and it has a removable top. On a day like this, it sure is the car you want to be driving around in with the top removed.
We have it in our showroom, and we made a web page about this car. (It really is that special.)
Click here to visit the page—-> http://bostonused.com/Mercedes/Mercedes-Benz-560SL-Boston.html
Believe it or not, there was a time when Massachusetts was an automotive manufacturing hub.
For example, in the historical community there is a debate over whether the Stanley Steamer was created in Newton or Watertown, but nonetheless the Stanley Steamer was made in Massachusetts.
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A group of Swiss investors has acquired the rights to the legendary De Tomaso brand and has promised that new Italian-built sportscars are on their way.
Founded in 1959 in Modena, Italy, De Tomaso started out building race cars and for a while even owned Maserati but it is for two supercars — the Mangusta, built from 1966-71, and the Pantera, which debuted in ’71 — that it has earned its legendary status.
De Tomaso went under in 2004. But looks like it may be back.
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