Sep 22, 2011 10:56AM
Another reason for higher used car prices?  Our illustrious government crushed 700,000 perfectly good used cars during the "Cash for Clunkers" debacle.  Smart move. 
Apr 23, 2014 2:36PM
You should have mentioned the site "TrueCar"... they are probably my favorite place to buy used cars these days.  
Also, You have to check the other associated costs (like gas, insurance, maintenance) before you buy. The car price tag might be cheap, but the repairs and everything might be expensive. You can find $25/month insurance from Insurance Panda sometimes, but only for certain cars. Also, you can fill up at the gas tank for like $15, but again that's only for certain cars. Check out the costs with car ownership before you make that purchase.
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