We’ve all had that experience; walking into a high-priced clothing store and wondering how anyone could justify charging $150 for a t-shirt. The fact is, there are a number of factors, subjective or otherwise, that go into the value of a product, and cars are no exception to that rule. From upholstery to reputation, there’s more to the price of your used car than a suggested retail price. Here’s what makes that price tag pop, and what features you can avoid to save money without sacrificing safety or dependability.
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