Buying a pre-loved vehicle is a smart way to save money and still enjoy a car in optimum conditions, especially if you purchase it at the oldest Subaru dealership in Texas, Huffines Subaru Corinth. We have a wide range of options for you, including SUVs, minivans, and trucks. Our inventory includes all our Subaru models and those that came through trade-in options, so you have plenty of options.

We're committed to making this buying journey easy for you and anyone in the Denton area by putting our amazing team at your service. They're here to answer all your questions and help you find the pre-loved vehicle that best adapts to your needs and lifestyle.

What to Consider Before Buying a Used Car


The journey to finding the perfect used vehicle can be a little overwhelming, especially if this is your first time or you haven't heard about the key aspects to consider before buying one.

Your Wants and Needs

Before purchasing a used vehicle, make a list of your needs (every feature you need in a car for your lifestyle) and wants (the items you'd like your car to have). Please remember that your needs are non-negotiable, while your wants are extras that you can live without. Therefore, try to make your wants list as short as possible.

Knowing what you need and would like to have in a vehicle helps you avoid paying for features you're not likely to use. For example, if you need a car for commuting and driving around the city, purchasing a 4x4 truck (perfect for hard off-road adventures) isn't a smart decision and will cost you thousands of dollars more.

Your Budget

If you're planning on purchasing your used vehicle with cash, you could skip this section. But if you're planning on financing, then it's important to consider a few things before purchasing. The first one is your monthly payment. Make sure to calculate how much money you can set aside monthly for the car payment without interrupting your regular lifestyle.

The second is to decide the term of the loan you'd like to get into - just remember that the longer the loan's duration, the more interest you'll end up paying. Finally, the third thing to consider is your interest rate. Keep in mind that low interest rates aren't always synonyms for a good deal - some institutions may offer you a low interest loan, but if it's longer than two years, you'll pay much more in the long run.

Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles

For some people, purchasing a certified pre-owned (CPO) vehicle is the best option, as we can 100% guarantee the vehicle functions perfectly. Most of the time, they're lease vehicles that have been returned by the lessee once the contract ends.

After that, our team of experts inspects them and makes sure the vehicles meet our high standards before putting them up for sale. CPO vehicles also come with the manufacturer's warranty, which is another valuable benefit when considering this option.

We hope our inventory of used vehicles satisfies your needs. If you'd like a more personal shopping experience, please don't hesitate to contact a member  of our team.

Why Buy a Used Vehicle?


If you've been keeping up with the automotive market for a while, you may have noticed the rising popularity of used cars. But what's making people think about buying a used vehicle instead of a brand-new one?

Slower Depreciation

For new car owners, their vehicle starts depreciating as soon as they drive it off the dealership lot. In fact, by the end of the first year, the vehicle might be worth 20% less than the suggested retail price. As if that's not enough, it will continue depreciating throughout the first five years, resulting in a total decline in value of 60%.

That's one of the reasons why many people opt for purchasing a pre-owned vehicle, as they don't want their car losing half its value in only five years. In addition, thanks to the slower depreciation of a used car, you can resell the vehicle at a great price and get back some of the initial money you've invested.

Lower Price

Buying a vehicle in excellent condition for half of its retail price is probably the number one reason why people love buying pre-owned cars. When you purchase one of our used vehicles, you can get reduced car payments and loans. Not to mention that many of our used cars are indistinguishable from new ones, and some even come with upgraded features from previous owners, so it's really a win-win situation.

Lower Auto Insurance

Used vehicles have lower insurance rates because they're easy to replace in case of total loss. Especially if it's an older model, where collision and comprehensive coverage isn't necessary. In short, by purchasing a used vehicle, you can save hundreds of dollars on insurance since the vehicle doesn't represent a high risk to the insurance company.

Safe Option

Back in the day, purchasing a used vehicle was a high-risk transaction, as it was common for used cars to fail or get into accidents. However, due to technological advancement and a modern service system, used cars are now as reliable as new ones. In addition, unsafe models have been discontinued, and it's almost impossible to find them in a dealership.

So, you can rest assured that buying a pre-owned vehicle is a safe option and doesn't represent a risk to you or your family.


Usually, most automakers release about a hundred new models every year - and while it may sound like a lot, it's a small figure compared to the thousands of models in the used car market. If you decide to purchase a used vehicle, your options are endless. For example, you may find an old model with a really good price tag, one that's no longer produced in large numbers, or a newer model with the latest features and technologies. When it comes to an inventory of used cars, the sky's the limit.

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