You can no longer buy a new sports car for $20,000 or a brand new sports one for $50,000.
You can now buy a brand-new sports car and a brand fresh sports one at a mere $7,000 and $6,000 respectively.
That’s right: new cars at that price have almost entirely replaced the old cars that were sold for years, as the new cars are so far cheaper to buy than the old ones.
This is a big deal for those of us who love our old cars and want to keep them as the only cars we have in our homes.
And it’s a big difference for new owners as well.
The first thing that comes to mind when you hear about a new car is the price tag.
That’s because a new-car purchase is often the biggest expense for many people, especially in the middle of a recession or in the post-crisis economy.
But now that we’ve seen that a brand brand-fresh sports car will almost certainly go for less than a brand old sports car, we’re going to take a closer look at what the new and old are worth.
Before we start, it’s worth pointing out that all of the numbers below are estimates based on a standard model of a new vehicle.
This means that even though we can compare a brandnew sports coupe to a brand New Mustang, the new Mustang will almost definitely be worth less than the brand new coupe.
This is because there are plenty of new vehicles on the market with more options than the Mustang and because the Mustang will be the only one you can buy with a factory-installed automatic transmission.