Top 5 cars that will give you more bang for your buck

Top 5 cars that will give you more bang for your buck

When you think about it, buying a new car isn’t the easiest purchase you can make. Which brand? Which model? How good is the warranty? Which dealer is renowned? Colour, style, equipment, cost: it is not easy. You can spend hours on the internet reading reviews, going through customer complaints to find out which ones are valid and fair, giving yourself a headache deciding which car has the fewest flaws over the rest.

American news helped take the fear out of buying a vehicle in 2022, they’ve all done that for you.

First, 2022 is a good year to buy a car. It really is, especially if you have a trade-in. Dealers now give you a lot of money for your trade-in. While some car brands have price increases for their models, you’ll get more for your trade-in today to make up for the high 2022 prices, so you can still come out better this year.

One thing you can’t do is simply buy the cheapest car on the lot. You have to find the cheapest car that gives you more value for money. A cheap car can cost a lot more in the long run. You also don’t have to buy the most expensive car on the lot to get what you want.

US News put together a list of the 5 best cars for the money in 2022, based entirely on extensive research that will give you peace of mind.

Sub-compact top pick: Nissan Versa

Medium top pick: Honda agreement

Top choice big car: Toyota Avalon

Hybrid and electric choice: Hyundai Elantra

Compact top pick: Honda Civic

Now is the time to buy a 2022 model year car as the 2023 models are coming. That means dealers have to remove the old inventory to make room for the new lines. So you get bargains on 2022 models and a top price for your trade-in. And now you know which cars get you better value for money. You’re done!

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