2. Model Year:
Pay attention to the model year of the vehicle you’re interested in buying. Sometimes a newer model will sold at a higher price point than last year’s with few or no changes between them. On the other hand, sometimes a new model year is also on sale, but includes new features that make it a significant upgrade over the current or past model year.
If you’re not enthused about a new model’s features (and its associated price tag) you can likely get a discount on the current or past model year vehicle.