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Buying a car in the U.S.? Not really a bargain ...

Ay benefit consumers think twice before purchasing their vehicle in the United States. The 2008 edition of Car Guide includes a thorough analysis of the implications of buying a vehicle south of the border and demonstrated that deca a price difference of $ 4000, the game n 'not really worth the effort.

The consumer is confronted effect has a range of costs, taxes and multiple charges added to the basic price. Moreover, all these calculations ignore the time required for the many necessary steps.

The Guide also argues that several manufacturers offer Canadian buyers, since December 2007, significant price reductions in the form of rebates, discounts or advantageous interest rates that are not available in the United States.

In addition, the guide warns check if henceforth mandatory winter tires are available for a vehicle covets. Some models have experienced shortages this winter while in some cases the size adequate winter tires simply do not exist.

On the other hand, the Auto Guide 2008 provides, as always, his best choice of vehicles and a nasty surprise waiting for the Japanese automaker Toyota, including the popular Camry model has been scratched from the list due to problems with the model redesign in 2007.

However, the Japanese always occupy a special place, Honda, Mazda, Toyota, Nissan, Subaru and other Acura occupying all the boxes in the categories of small, compact, intermediate, sports, minivans and SUVs.

U.S., they manage to carve out a little place in a variety of Japanese and Korean among the best purchases of used cars.

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