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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-22-2016, 03:46 PM Thread Starter
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There's more to an inexpensive car than an inexpensive price

We can name plenty of vehicles that can be bought for a song but have running costs that will drive you to the poorhouse. When looking for inexpensive wheels, you have to consider repair costs, insurance costs, fuel costs, and resale value. Let's take a look at some vehicles that can be purchased and driven without breaking the bank.
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Cheap...makes us sound, well, cheap.

I know that's the title...but better economic value, reads to me better than cheap.

Wallmart is cheap. You all need better writers....

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This only proved that some cheap cars are worth-buying for.
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My 2015 VW GTI Performance Pack is cheaper to service at the dealer than my 2016 OB. Actually the OB costs double to service than the GTI.

GTI service schedule is 15000km or 1yr which ever comes 1st.
I go by the time frame as would not do 15000km in 1 yr.
1st service was AUD$270.00 at dealer priced capped servicing.

Outback
Service interval is 6 months or 12000km.
1st service due in Feb 2017
Cost is AUD$299.00
So total for the year will be $598.00
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