Used Vehicles with Under 100,000 Miles Columbia SC
Are you looking for reliable transportation without the heavy cost? New cars can be expensive, but there’s a viable option for those seeking quality without the cost: used vehicles. Many times these vehicles are just as good as new, but because they’ve been owned, they depreciate very fast. Take a look at the used vehicles with under 100,000 miles in our inventory.
Here at Godwin Motors, we have a wide range of vehicles to choose from. Vehicles with under 100,000 miles still have a lot of life left in them, so you can take one of these with you and make it your daily commuter for years to come. With a much lower price than new cars, why would you buy anything else? Take a look at some of the additional benefits below!
Benefits of Driving a Vehicle with Under 100,000 Miles
Vehicles with under 100,000 miles have a better resale value. If you’re driving a vehicle with 70,000 miles for example, and you decide to resell it after driving it for 20,000 miles, there is very little drop in value. This is less likely to happen with a vehicle that has a lot more miles on it.
Another benefit of driving a car with under 100,000 miles is that it requires less maintenance. While it’s true that cars with over 100,000 miles will cost less, they also come with natural wear and tear due to their time on the road. However, Godwin Motors takes the extra step to thoroughly inspect and fix all of its vehicles before drivers get behind the wheel, regardless of how many miles are on the speedometer. Our dealership spends an average of $1,500 to service all our vehicles before they even hit the lot, so drivers can feel confident that they're hitting the road in a safe, reliable vehicle.
Are you ready to get yourself into an almost-new vehicle? Get in touch with the team here at Godwin Motors in Columbia SC. Our staff can help you find your perfect match and get you on the road in no time, so give us a call or stop by today. And don't forget, as a BHPH dealership, we finance you, not your credit!