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These are new, or near new cars. You call them affordable???? For young people who do not make much money and have student debt?
It appears that someone paid you to pawn off specific cars to the young.
If your intentions were more honorable, you might mention reliable brands of cars that are 5 to 10 years old. Ones that have been taken care of.
Comeon!! A Lincoln MKZ for a "recent grad, high school student or college student"???? Which by the way averages $18K PFFTT!! And all the others are all 2010's - 2013's costing over $10K!?!?! My first car, that I was lucky to have was, at the time, a 12 yr old Ford Maverick with almost 100K miles on it. It only cost $1200 and the only thing "electronically operated or digital was the AM/FM/Cassette Pioneer stereo amp and 4 speaker system I immediately upgraded to from the factory AM radio. OK I just dated myself by saying/admitting cassette and only 4 speakers LOL!
Who wrote this article? The Prime Minister of Japan?
Affordable? Since when does a kid who barely graduated from high school have enough money to buy a new $24,000 car? My first car cost $100, and it took me a year to save up enough to buy it.
Just another article written by a completely out-of-touch author, who obviously has no concept of what the real world is like! Just because your daddy bought you a new mercedes on your 16th birthday, doesn't mean that the rest of the world works like that sweetheart!
Find me a safe and reliable car for less than $3000, and then you'll earn some recognition!
You and your son picked a practical car for his age. It is recent enough to have a lot of life left in it, and did not cost an arm and a leg.
Your experience is more common for most folks. An old car that is still practical and simpler to work on.
Jessica Anderson, you are either a spoiled child of wealthy parents, or a tool. Shame on you.
Wow. I'm looking for a 2010-1013 auto for ny next vehicle - not for my 16 year old!
I just realized that MSN sourced this article from Kiplinger magazine. Kiplinger's is read by the wealthy. For them, buying a late-model car for their teenager is no problem at all.
This is for the rich and famous, not for the mere mortal.
Wow! New grads are doing a whole lot better than when I was one!!!! Sarcasm.....
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