Cheapest Way to Buy a Car: Used Car Auctions

Cars are available to the public at prices of up to 80-90% off and it doesn’t get any cheaper than that!
By: Sam Stone
Cheapest Way to Buy a Car
Cheapest Way to Buy a Car
July 9, 2010 - PRLog -- The cheapest way to buy a car is though car auctions, specifically auctions of government properties that have been seized from the owners.  These are properties that have to be sold in order to make room for more cars that become seized. Otherwise the storage fees would begin to cost too much.  Auctioning the cars also helps to pay for other expenses that might have accrued during the seizing process.  

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It is a win-win situation for the buyer and the bank (well, a win situation for the buyer anyway). The bank is actually losing some money on the deal, but who really minds that, except the bank.  The point is, a buy gets the best possible deal there is.  These are good cars too, not pieces of junk.  They are simple cars that someone else could no longer afford.

This is most definitely the cheapest way to buy a car.  Find one you like today by gathering all the important information like when and where the auctions will take place. It does not matter if you need a minivan to drive your family back and forth from soccer practice, a pick up truck to use for work, or a fancy sports car.  They have all kinds of discounted cars for sale. Be sure to attend one near you and find the perfect car for you.  You will be surprised at how cheap your new car will be.

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