It is a common misconception that it’s much cheaper to run a car than buy a new one. Not only will you have to pay for expensive repairs and maintenance, but you'll also be missing out on the latest safety and fuel efficiency features. Additionally, your car's resale value will decrease over time as newer models come onto the market. In order to make sure that you're getting the best value for your money, it's important to consider all of these factors before deciding whether or not to keep an older car.
To help you make a decision on upgrading your car we put these two scenarios side-by-side for you. Comparing Jim’s older model against Anne’s new car with lower emissions.
The Cost of running an old car vs new
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