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Working Best Deal On Used Car
« on: December 12, 2016, 10:10:38 PM »
My Trailblazer is starting to get a bit long in the tooth with about 225k miles on it.  At some point in the next several years I'll need to replace it to get to and from work.  There is really no urgency to replace things and I can easily pay cash for a new purchase to get a bargain.  I don't really want to invest hundreds of hours to pay a little bit less so I am looking for an efficient way to source a new vehicle. 

I'm not really a car fanatic and I'd be satisfied with a wide assortment of vehicles that can tote the kids around easily.  Would sourcing a repo be possible without sinking a ton of effort into the search?  Any suggestions?  I figure I can wait a few years if needed, but can move quickly if the right deal is presented.  I'd sell our existing vehicle in a similar fashion.