Why Buy a Previous Model Year of a Chevy | Grand Prairie, TX
If you’re in the market for a new vehicle, it’s tempting to lean toward a brand-new vehicle with that addicting new car smell. But if you’re looking to save some money, it can be a smarter decision to go with the previous model year of the Chevy vehicle you’re considering. Here are just a few reasons why.
You’ll Save Money
This is the most obvious reason to purchase a late model pre-owned Chevy vehicle, but it’s important enough that it still deserves a mention. New vehicles are priced higher because they haven’t yet experienced depreciation. The second you take a new vehicle off the lot, it can no longer be sold as new. As such, the vehicle loses a percentage of its value immediately. Used vehicles have already taken that initial depreciation drop and are priced accordingly.
You Can Upgrade
Because you’re not paying as much as you would for a brand-new vehicle, you can afford upgrades that might have otherwise been unattainable. If you buy last year’s model, you can choose a fancier trim level or be selective about which technology packages you want. You’ll end up paying less and getting more bang for the buck.
You’ll Be Covered
Some people worry about purchasing a pre-owned vehicle rather than a new vehicle for dependability reasons. When you purchase a late model pre-owned Chevy, you won’t need to worry. Not only are Chevy cars, trucks, and SUVs exceptionally dependable, they also come with stellar warranties. All Certified GM vehicles go through an extensive inspection before being listed for sale, and they also come with Bumper-to-Bumper limited warranties for 12 months or 12,000 miles. You’ll also get roadside assistance and included scheduled maintenance for your first two visits.
Visit Graff Chevrolet today to tour our wide selection of used Chevy models and test drive your favorite ones. Our friendly and experienced sales staff will be thrilled to help match you with just the right model to fit your budget, suit your style, and enhance your travels in and beyond Grand Prairie, Texas.