NEW IS BEBETTER
Not necessarily necessarily. The maxim “Never buy an early example of a new model” sti still holds true. A new-from-the-wheels-up car will often have a few problems, in some cases serious ones that soon cause their owners to wish they could make “that new car feeling feeling” just go away. Examples i include 2004 Ford Territory (pictured), Holden’s 20 2006 VE Commodore and Cruze, several Benzes from the n noughties, including the C, E and M-Class, Jeep Gran Grand Cherokee, Peugeot’s 2001 307 and several Audi and V Volkswagen models, notably those with the DSG/S Tro Tronic transmissions, including Q5, Polo and MkV-VI Go Golf. Engineer Engineering development on a new model doesn’t stop when it goes into production. By the time a car has been in production for a couple of years, the manufacturer usually will have fixed most of the bugs and made other improvements in response to owner feedback and what the competition is offering.