It used to be that new cars were more expensive but you got the reward of brand new, a warranty and some service. Used cars were dramatically cheaper, but you had to make sure you avoided lemons and there was no warranty available.
Today a lot of that has changed. Car dealers are hurting so you can get some pretty smoking deals, cash back, throw-ins, 10 year warranties, 0% financing all are readily offered which will cut the total cost a lot. Conversely, with longer warranties most 2-3 year old used cars come with warranties, or there are outside agencies who will sell you a warranty on a used car, which, combined with an inspection before purchase, will give you give peace of mind and protection. Really the pros/cons of new vs. used have been shaded gray by all these changes.
If you have the time I’d recommend keeping all options open. Consider your needs and narrow your selected car down to 3-4 models. Then price each option new, used and possibly leased. You may be able to find a smoking deal on a 2-3 year old used in great shape too good to pass up. Or, you may find a dealer who is desperate to unload a brand new car that is only $4k more brand new than last year’s model with 20k on it.
12 team H-2-H 1 year league, daily roster 3 goalie start minimum
2xC, 2xRW, 2xLW, 4xD, 3xUtil, 2xG, 5 Bench
G, A, P, +/-, PIM, PPP, SHP, GWG, Hits, W, SV%, GAA
C: Stamkos,Thornton, Riberio, Stepan, Desharnais, Clune
LW: Moulson, Dupuis, Prust,
RW: Kessel, P. Kane, Wheeler, Stempniak
D: Hamonic, Zidlicky, Franson, Muzzin
G: Bryzgalov, Hiller, Fasth