Can I Buy Used SUVs and Sedans at McMinnville Volkswagen?

By Product Expert | Posted in Used Cars, Volkswagen on Thursday, September 3rd, 2020 at 8:38 pm
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If you need a new-to-you car but you would rather go for a pre-owned model than a never-owned model, you should check out the stock of pre-owned vehicles at McMinnville Volkswagen. There are plenty of great cars just waiting to be given another shot. Most of the models at McMinnville Volkswagen are from the same German automaker that the dealership carries, so you know you can get excellent Volkswagen quality without having to buy a car that has never been owned before. Read more of this entry to learn about the kinds of vehicles you can expect to find pre-owned at McMinnville Volkswagen.

What Used Volkswagen Models Does McMinnville Volkswagen Carry?

Pre-Owned stock always varies, but for the most part, you can expect to find vehicles from the last 3 to 5 years available. Crossover SUVs and sedans often get traded in within this age range, but there are usually outliers that are nearly 10 years old and others that might be as little as one year old or they might even belong to the current model year. Look for models like the Passat, Jetta, and variations of the Golf.

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What Other Used Models Does McMinnville Volkswagen Carry?

Since used models are always rotating in and out of stock, we can’t guarantee there will be many other models, but there is usually a small handful. These are usually common crossover SUV and Sedan models from other automakers. Expect a few models from North America and Asia-based automakers. Still, you should check through the pre-owned Volkswagen stock first to make sure you get the best quality vehicle.

Does McMinnville Volkswagen Sell Pre-Owned Volkswagen Models?

Is It Worth It to Buy a Pre-Owned Vehicle?

Used vehicles usually cost less, but sometimes the difference isn’t enough to really justify it. A good sweet spot to look for is a used car from about 5 years ago. A car of that age probably doesn’t have too many miles, doesn’t cost too much, isn’t too outdated, and should still have plenty of life left in it. Be prepared to save some of the money you save financing a used car so you can use it for repairs that will become more and more frequent.

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