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2. They Often Don’t Require a Large Down Payment

Let’s face it: if your car breaks down and the cost to repair is more than it’s worth, buying a newer vehicle is a sound financial investment. But your car won’t always break down when you are flush with cash. If you use a buy here pay here option, they are more likely to work with you if you don’t have a large down payment. Of course, wherever you buy, the larger the downpayment, the shorter the loan term.

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