Mississauga Used Cars is a service is that lists used car dealerships across Mississauga. We make it our effort to only list the highest quality used car dealerships in the Mississauga area and ensure that the dealerships all have the best customer service, selection and price. No matter what kind of car you are in the market for, from a high-end Lexus to a family-sized minivan, the dealerships listed on Mississauga Used Cars will have the type and brand you are looking for. Because we list many different dealerships in Mississauga, everyone can find a dealership that has the perfect used car they’re looking for and can visit the dealership website with a single click straight from our website, as well as view a used car dealerships’ timings and phone number for direct contact. No matter your price point, a used car dealership on our website will have something in the price range you’re looking for, without compromises on quality or features. Also, all the dealerships listed have been audited by us to ensure they provide great customer service for their customers, so that your experience with any of them will be pleasant, quick, and convenient.
There are many benefits to buying a used car over a new one. The number one benefit to buying a used car is the price. In 2014, the price difference between a new and used car was around $26,500 CAD (according to Cars.com). Due to depreciation and mileage some new cars can depreciate by over 30% in the first year of ownership, despite no breakdowns or crashes, and these cars are sold for cheap as used. These great deals are why many people are choosing to buy used cars over new. Another benefit to buying used is the variety in make and model available in used condition. Buying a classic car from the 1970’s or even a 2005 model new is practically impossible, but not when buying used. Finding a specific car from any year is obviously best done buying used, and without the insanely high prices from “mint” or preserved model old cars. Another reason to buy used is due to dealership and advertising fees that new cars get tacked on with when being bought. A car may have hidden shipping and destination fees which can be upwards of $1000 on top of the price of buying a new car. Buying used dodges all these fees, and the only fee you might pay is a documentation fee to ensure proper handover of ownership and the cost of paying a dealership’s employees to process your paperwork; this only amounts to a few hundred dollars at most. Another benefit to buying used is the lower customization costs. A used car with all the options included (sunroof, parking assist, xenon headlights, etc.) can be bought for much cheaper than a base model new car with no options included. Many used cars still have part of their original warranty, and an extended manufacturer warranty to a used car gives you access to factory technicians that can repair and service your car properly. The money saved from buying a used car can be put towards a high-mileage warranty which will keep your car running for years and hundreds of thousands of kilometers to come.
Used cars are bought almost twice as much as new cars every year, for many reasons. Over 1.4 million used cars were sold in Canada alone. But finding out which used car to buy in 2019 can be a daunting task, with the huge variety available. This list serves to show you some of the best and most reliable used cars to buy, based on consumer reports and reviews, showcasing the best used cars in each category, from sedans to heavy-duty pickups.
The 2016 Honda Accord stays as king of the mid-size family sedan, with new LED taillights and exterior styling for the 2016 model. It is an affordable car with a decent amount of luxury for the price. The Accord comes in many different trim levels and is great for people with specific budgets. All models come with automatic headlights, full power accessories, climate control, infotainment, and Bluetooth connectivity, which is much more than you could ask from a base model sedan. With a 7-inch touchscreen, composed ride, and great fuel-efficiency, there’s a reason this car has been voted as the best sedan for families’ year after year, and is still great to pick up in 2019 used.
The 2016 Nissan Pathfinder is one of the newer pathfinders after the 2013 Pathfinder was radically changed from a truck-like SUV to a family-sized 7-seater. Having personally owned one, I can attest that the V6 still pulls like a truck and has no problem with even double-axle camper trailers. The leather seats in some models is quite comfortable and the ride height is commanding. The only problem with the Pathfinder models is that a lot of features do not come standard in the S model, and I recommend looking for an SL or even better, a Platinum edition model with light use.
The 2014 Chrysler Town and Country is the more luxurious counterpart to the Dodge Caravan, as both are handled by the same parent company. The Town and Country comes with a lot of luxury features standard that the Dodge Caravan does not have, such as Bluetooth connectivity and a rear-view camera. Leather seats are another great feature to have, but with kids this might not be the best idea. It is considerably classier than the dodge with its nice winged grill and subtle styling and is great for someone looking for a step up on luxury for themselves and their kids. A great car with great safety ratings, this is something which has been rated well and can sell for a great price used. High miles may be seen on some used models, but these minivans were made for a lot of road trips.
The 2016 Ford F-150 XLT is quite comfortable for something that can tow gigantic trailers and construction workers daily without any hassle. The F-150 came with a great infotainment system and a luxurious new Limited trim in the 2016 model, but didn’t mess anything up from previous models, staying close to the same, which is a good thing. Light aluminum keeps mileage high and your pocket full and has huge payload capacity for anything you want to throw in it. If buying used, I would recommend the V8 versions of the F-150 as they scored an “A” rating on the Edmunds review website while the V6’s only scored a “B”, but both are great to pick up used, and can be picked up cheap depending on their usage.
Finally, here’s something fun that doesn’t break the bank. The 2016 Ford Mustang is one of the best pony cars in the last decade, with the 2016 styling really showing off the aggressiveness of the car while also seeming modern. The 2015 redesign has made these cars seem ferocious on the track and sleek on the highway. With a 435-HP in the GT package and close to that in the EcoBoost edition, this muscle car still has muscle, and doesn’t mind flexing if you challenge it. With the new infotainment system Ford added to most of their car line, and surprising luxury inside, the Mustang is a head-turner that is very commonly available used.
Mississauga Used Cars only accepts serious dealerships to our website and has a strict vetting process to ensure that the used car dealerships added to our site are worth your time checking out. First, we ensure the dealership has enough stock and variety in cars to ensure you can find the used car you want within Mississauga, because no one wants to trek all the way to Scarborough to pick up their car. We then check out the dealerships credentials, to ensure that everyone working there is qualified and helpful in service. We don’t like being pushed around and swindled when purchasing a car and we know you don’t either. Afterwards, we collect information from local customers and read reviews to make sure people have had good experiences at this dealership, and make sure the reviews were made by real customers, not just the family of the owner. Finally, we check the location of our dealerships to ensure broad coverage all over Mississauga, so you can always find a great dealership near you. That’s why if you’re looking for a used car in Mississauga to look on MississaugaUsedCars.com.