When we replace a car, we buy new, but that isn't very often at all. Our cars are currently 6 and 13 years old, and I don't expect to get a new one for at least two more years. I don't have to wonder whether I'm buying a smarter person's problem or a newly used product of someone who wanted that new car smell. Instead, I get a new car in perfect condition, although perhaps only after the dealer corrects some factory errors, and so far I haven't owned a lemon that couldn't be fixed completely in one or two tries.
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