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At Auto Outlets USA, we have used cars for sale, but we love providing a customer experience that wows our clients. Your adventure begins with a greeting and warm introduction, moves on to the shopping process, advances to the financing and buying process, and ends-well, it often doesn't end. Our clients tend to establish long-term relationships with us and become part of the family for many years.

Auto Outlets never works on a commission basis. We believe that commission-based car sales result in our teams' focus on their profit, and we prefer their focus be on you and ensuring you get the best car for your lifestyle at the best price available. In that way, you can view us as a partner who is here to support you, offer expert feedback, and make sure you leave with the car of your dreams. 

Top Reasons to Buy Used Vehicles for Sale in Rochester, NY

1. Avoid the massive hit of depreciation that occurs with new cars.

You've heard that cars depreciate as soon as you drive them off the lot, and this is true. According to Nerd Wallet, cars depreciate 20% to 30% by the end of the first year. The depreciation continues from years two through five at an average of 15% to 18%. New cars depreciate the greatest the first year, but if you buy a used car at Auto Outlets USA, you avoid the huge depreciation hit. You should always save money out of pocket when buying used than buying new; however, buying a used car that is at least three years old could save up to half of the car's original price.  

2. Circumvent recalls and safety issues that arise with new models.

The U.S. government has overseen car recalls since 1966. That is when the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act became law. That law is now regulated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which falls under the U.S. Department of Transportation. If automakers don't identify and report safety recalls they find, this agency can find them. Car manufacturers typically identify issues during the manufacturing process or after receiving warranty claims, which is why issues are frequently uncovered within the first couple of years a car is manufactured. Therefore, with at least a two-year-old model, the odds are lower than you will be surprised with a major recall or safety problem. 

3. Buy the car you've always wanted at a price point you can afford.

New cars depreciate steeply in their first year and continue to decline in years two through five. Maybe you've dreamed of owning a Land Rover, but you can't afford a $75,000 price tag. If you go with the Sport model and wait five years, the price drops to around $40,000. You'll want to ensure that the miles align with the vehicle's age, and there have not been any major accidents, but if the car is well-maintained, you get a much greater value and vehicle for your money. When you buy used vehicles for sale in Canandaigua, you can buy the car of your dreams at a price you can afford. 

4. Be confident that your car is reliable after passing our safety inspection and incident history investigation.

At Auto Outlets used cars in Canandaigua, we inspect every vehicle before adding them to our inventory. We search for undisclosed accident history and put the vehicle through a rigorous safety inspection. When you buy a used car from Auto Outlets, you can feel confident that it has been thoroughly inspected and is road-ready. 

5. Enjoy lower insurance costs than those of a new car. 

Sometimes people focus more on the monthly car payment than their insurance rates. You may take a step up to a more expensive vehicle, but the only factor in your insurance payment on a cheaper, compact car, which could negatively impact your budget and monthly cash flow. Whatever vehicle you buy, you should first contact your insurance agent to prepare for the monthly cost of insurance and factor that into your budget. Though, a used car with a lower price point will always yield a lower monthly insurance payment than a new car at a higher price point. 

6. Save money at the license branch on your registration. 

As insurance, the cost of vehicle registration is partially a result of the sales tax, which is contingent upon the vehicle's price. Using the previous example of the Land Rover, a $75,000 vehicle generates more dollars in sales tax owed than a five-year-old, $40,000 vehicle. Other factors that impact vehicle registration are registration fee, vehicle plate tax, county rate tax, and title certificate fee. 

7. Take advantage of a greater selection of vehicles than the new models unveiled every year.

A $20,000 budget for a brand new car yields far fewer results than the same budget for 2015, especially when you open yourself to different makes and models. If you like options, buying used provides variety.  

For those looking to save the most money possible, you can check out our select inventory of cars priced at less than $12,000.