Mike Castrucci of Alexandria features used car inventory at value pricing Tri-state Ford dealer highlights merits of used car ownership
ALEXANDRIA, Ky., June 30, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- At a time when the predominant messages of society reinforce the idea that something new is always better than something that is not, a number of drivers develop an apprehension toward the thought of used cars and pre-owned vehicle ownership. In an effort to highlight the dealership's selection of used cars priced under $10,000, Mike Castrucci of Alexandria offers tri-state drivers insight into the minds of auto owners who actually prefer to purchase pre-owned vehicles in lieu of buying new.
In addition to the advantage of a lower initial cost, used car ownership represents a better investment than purchasing new. Since new cars depreciate in value quickly following acquisition, drivers who favor pre-owned automobiles avoid the sense of loss felt in understanding new car depreciation.
Insurance premiums also remain an identifiable benefit with respect to used car ownership. Since an insurer is protecting the overall value of an automobile, pre-owned vehicles register lower on that scale and are not as expensive to insure when searching for coverage.
The quality of modern day used cars is the final reason as to why drivers may prefer to purchase pre-owned. As opposed to times when used vehicles were thought to be remiss of many standard conveniences, many modern pre-owned vehicles include a quantity of unique features and special offerings.
To shop the selection of pre-owned vehicles at Mike Castrucci of Alexandria, tri-state drivers are encouraged to visit www.mikecastruccialexandria.com. More information about Mike Castrucci's current pre-owned inventory is also available by calling the dealership directly at 855-320-6643.
Media Contact: Todd Williams, Mike Castrucci of Alexandria, 855-320-6643, firstname.lastname@example.org
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