In this edition of our Steals of the Week! We will be focusing on affordable cars. It can be fun to buy a car if you get a good deal, so that’s why we’re here to try and help you out.
There are a significant amount of affordable cars available on our site, but here are four that caught our eye in the Steals of the Week!
If gas efficiency is your thing, you might want to buy a car from this seller in Washington DC. It is a 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid with only 4,700 miles on it for $5,000. The ad points out it has just about all the features you would need, and even includes a six-CD changer.
Should you be more of an old-school car enthusiast, this sweet-looking 1965 red Ford Mustang convertible is for sale in Albany, Missouri. To buy a car that is a classic like this one for just $2,700 (it has only 40,633 miles on it) is a pretty good deal.
Maybe you have a family, and while the classic muscle car or the hybrid sounds nice, you just need some more space. Well if you buy a car from this seller in Pottstown, Pa., you could find yourself driving off with a 2002 Toyota Sienna XLE minivan. It’s priced at $2,500 and has 66,800 miles on it.
The above cars are good online deals, but what about if you have your heart set on a luxury automobile? It’s a little older, but the seller says this 1995 BMW 8-series 840 ci is in great condition and it does have only 44,000 miles on it. To buy a car like this one for just $5,000 is very reasonable.
Have you found any automotive steals of your own recently? Please tell us in the comments below.
Disclaimer: Thank you for checking out our online classifieds and Steals of the Week. Here are some helpful tips to make sure you’re happy with your purchase. When you are shopping for a big-ticket item, such as a used car, make sure to talk with the seller and look at it in person before you buy, and do any necessary background research (for example, checking out a vehicle history report). In all cases, especially pets, we strongly recommend not giving any money until you’ve received the item or are just doing the actual transaction in person.
Happy bargain shopping!