Used Cars with New Technology

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When you buy a used car, it’s new to you. You may be thinking that a new car has all the bells and whistles that you want or need but over time the car make and model remains the same. You may have to trade a couple of luxury features for the basics, but this is where you will save money but still have a great return on your investment. The important elements of a good used car is an engine, transmission, and brakes that are all in good condition.

A lot of people don’t realize that the technology used in most vehicles is typically at least 10 years old. It’s very likely that Arizona used cars for sale have the basic technology features that you’re looking for. Here at Drive Now, no car is completely outdated—you can get a used car with all the latest technology!

Going Hands-Free
If you are looking for used vehicles with luxury technology, it is not uncommon. To find a used car with Bluetooth technology, start your vehicle search with a 2009 model. In 2009, over 80% of all carmakers used this feature in their models for that year. This means the likeliness of your being able to purchase a vehicle with Bluetooth technology that helps you talk on the phone safely or sync up with the music on your phone is extremely high.

Backup Safer
To find a used car with backup camera capability, start your car search for a 2010 model. Although backup cameras started their appearance in 2005, over half of all 2010 model vehicles had these cameras at least as an option for availability.

The Little Extras
Even features such as adaptive cruise control or blind spot monitoring are available in the selection of used cars that Drive Now has. Getting the right used car means getting an affordable and reliable machine at a great price with many of the same advantages as buying new. Someday, when you trade-in or sell your car, you will see the investment that you made with your tax return. Check out Drive Now’s extensive Arizona used cars for sale inventory or contact us by filling out the form to the right.