Hot List: Top 10 Used Utilities to Avoid
Crossovers and SUVs are on the rise among many car buyers today, and with the way prices are continually climbing, many are leaning toward a used vehicle. However, this may end up being just as costly as purchasing a new vehicle. Whether it’s the depreciation value, the cost of maintenance and repairs, insurance, or other reasons, some utility vehicles just aren't worth it. Thanks to IntelliChoice, we've compiled a list of the top 10 utility vehicles you should avoid while shopping for a new car. When you look at a vehicle in a lot or online, it's hard to determine just how much it's going to end up costing you down the line. Dealers and salesmen will throw out large incentive offers to get you to purchase, and without knowing what you're getting yourself into, this could be financially draining. Read our list of the Top 10 Used 2011 Utility Vehicles to Avoid to make sure you don't get behind the wheel of one of these potentially costly vehicles.
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