10 Used Cars


2005 Jeep Wrangler 1
2005 Jeep Wrangler

2005 Jeep Wrangler

The Jeep grabbed this spot for two reasons: they are inexpensive to
own, and they never ever quit! Roll in the open sunlight during the
Summer and have no problem treading snow in the winter!

MSRP: $20,323

Pre-owned price: $12,000-14,000

2006 Honda CRV

2006 Honda CR-V 2
2006 Honda CR-V

The CRV is one of the most popular SUVs for a reason. Good gas
mileage, comfortable ride and great reliability. Parts and repairs are
easy and are generally inexpensive.

MSRP: $22,550

Pre-owned price: $17,000-19,000

 Sports Cars:

2004 Ford Mustang 3
2004 Ford Mustang

2004 Ford Mustang

You can't drive a a car with more heritage and just as prestigious,
respected and eye-catching. A bonue, you can get your hands on one for
a pretty reasonable price. A blast to drive, and a blast to look at.

MSRP: $18,880

Pre-owned price: $6,000-7,000

2006 Subaru WRX

2006 Subaru Impreza Sedan 4
2006 Subaru Impreza Sedan

Definitely one of the most popular mod cars on the road, if you look,
you can spot the WRX  everywhere. For good reason, it's light, fast,
easy to modify and fun to drive. What more could you ask for?

MSRP: $24,995

Pre-owned price: $16,000-18,000

 Small Cars:

2007 Honda Civic Cpe 5
2007 Honda Civic Cpe

2007 Honda Civic

The Honda Civic is one of the most popular cars on the road for a
reason, great gas mileage, low maintenance and it won't rob your bank
account to insure.

MSRP: $14,810

Pre-owned price: $10,000-11,000

2007 Ford Focus:

2007 Ford Focus 6
2007 Ford Focus

You'll see plenty of Focus' driving around. Sometimes they are all
tuned up, lowered and have an exhaust tip the size of a tire, and
sometimes its driven by an average Joe that appreciates his simple,

hatchback. The car is easy to love and was a pretty obvious choice for
this list.

MSRP: $13,715

Pre-owned price: $7,000-9,000


2005 Honda Accord Sdn 7
2005 Honda Accord Sdn

2005 Honda Accord:

The Honda Accord is the ideal Mid-Sized sedan. It can seat four
comfortably with room to stretch, has plenty of trunk space,
maintenance is easy and they last forever.

MSRP: $22,450

Pre-owned price: $13,000-15,000

2006 VW Passat:

2006 Volkswagen Passat Sedan 8
2006 Volkswagen Passat

Lets face it, almost anything European is fun to drive. The steering
is tighter and more responsive, the suspension is a little stiffer.
The German-bred Passat is no different. It is by no means a race car,
but VW managed to make a fun little vehicle out of a 4 door Mid-Sized
car, and that's no simple task.

MSRP: $24,975

Pre-owned price: $11,000-13,000

 Luxury Cars:

2004 Audi S4 9
2004 Audi S4

2004 Audi S4:

Who doesn't like an Audi? Well besides the poor souls that have to
find a mechanic in their area that can work on them. But take one for
a drive around the block and you will instantly remember what a car is
supposed to feel like.

MSRP: $45,000

Pre-owned price: $19,000-22,000

2007 Mercedes-Benz SLK:

2007 Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class 10
2007 Mercedes-Benz

Convertible. Comfortable. Well made. Mercedes-Benz is on the front
lines when it comes to innovation and have always have been. Chances
are, new features in today s new cars, will probably be in your
pre-owned SLK because no matter what it is, you can bet Mercedes has
already done it.

MSRP: $43,450

Pre-owned price:  $ 30,000-33,000

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