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Find Used Cars in Brigham City, Utah

Brigham City is a city in Box Elder County, Utah. Mormon pioneer William Davis first explored the Brigham City area in 1850. World War II changed Brigham City's image forever. The federal government created Bushnell General Hospital on Brigham City's south side to treat soldiers wounded in the war. In the 2000 Census, the population was 17,412, with 5,526 households, and 4,409 families residing in the city. The average household size was 3.09 and the average family size was 3.53. The median income for a household in the city was $42,335, and the median income for a family was $46,891. The town lies on the western slope of the Wellsville Mountains, a branch of the Wasatch Range at the western terminus of Box Elder Canyon. Brigham City is located on Hwy 89 a few miles off I-15. It is 55 miles north of Salt Lake City and 25 miles southwest of Logan. Brigham City saw most of its growth during the 1950s and 1960s, but has seen a struggling economy and stagnating growth since then. It is currently the headquarters of ATK Thiokol, the company that created the solid rocket boosters for the Space Shuttle. It is still a very attractive and well kept town. Its restored Brigham City Depot is quite handsome. Near town are several interesting stops, including the Golden Spike National Historic Site where the final spike in the first transcontinental railroad was driven. One exciting event is Peach Days, a celebration that takes place annually in Brigham City. It is a harvest festival filled with celebrations of small-town zeal. Peach days takes place the weekend after labor day weekend. Movies that have scenes filmed in Brigham City include: The Work and the Story, Species, and Clay Pigeons. There is one high school, one middle school, one intermediate school, and five elementary schools.

Information About Brigham City Used Cars: Risk or Value?

Finding a used vehicles can be a great value, especially for late-model ones. They are priced lower than a comparable new car, and expenses such as collision insurance and taxes are lower too. Yet, buying used cars also involves a certain risk, so it is very important to find a balance between the two. To do this, here are some of the factors:

Depreciation: a new car has a rapid depreciation in the first few years. Models typically lose about 45 percent of their value in the first three years, compared with 25 percent over the next three. But, no all vehicles depreciate the same, and some will hold their value much longer.

Warranties and repairs: used cars are becoming more and more reliable. But, a used car is either close to coming off warranty or already off it. This means paying for repairs on the used car out of pocket. Depending on the vehicle, the expense of repairs would still be relatively modest considering the overall savings from buying a used vehicle.

Reliability: Used cars have become amazingly reliable in the past few years. Rust and exhaust-system problems, once common, are now no longer a major concern. As a result, buying a late-model used car has a much reduced risk, compared to the past. When properly maintained, today's vehicles should easily go well past 100,000 miles without breakdown.

Interest rates: Loans for new cars typically have a lower interest rate, but the difference is often not a major concern. These two rates of a new car or used car are often within just one percentage point of each other, and the additional interest you pay on a used-car loan adds very little.