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New Car Loans vs. Used Car Loans: What's The Right Decision For Me?

You want to buy a car soon. Maybe you’ve already visited dealerships and settled on a certain make and model, or it might be up in the air, depending on what you can be approved for. With so many new models on the market and competitive pricing on used cars, what’s the smart way to buy a car?

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