Purchasing a New Vehicle or keep the old one?

Purchasing a New Vehicle or keep the old one?

I have spoken to a few people lately with a perfectly good vehicle that is 3 to 5 years old with less the 85,000 K’s on the odometer. They usually want to rollover the residual and pay out the vehicle over the next few years.

 In all cases they are looking at taking the vehicle well over 100,000 K’s, further devaluing the vehicle and risking repairs with no warranty.

 For the same monthly repayment or thereabouts they would obtain a decent trade at this time on their current vehicle and they would have a Brand New Car with 5 years warranty, the latest updates in today’s cars in technology, fuel efficiency and that great feeling that all new cars bring.

 Need an expert to talk to you about your options and give an idea on what all the costs are?

Contact me on 1300 88 95 11 or martinr@financeforlife.com.au

 Should you want to know more we offer a complimentary overall financial review for all your finances…..