used cars offer a lot of different kinds of deals and smart offers for people who are looking for affordable vehicle care. I visited riverside nissan
within the past month as well and I think that Fontana is a better fit for me personally. The Riverside dealership offered a pretty expansive inventory of cars but I was not horribly interested in how big their lot was, I cared more about the prices and how much money I could conserve. We are in a recession for sure and the last thing I'm looking to do is spend extra money on my car when I don't need to. Honestly, I'm not a car enthusiast so all the details do not really matter to me. As long as it runs, has good mileage and looks decent, I would take the car. The Riverside dealership has a nicely sized inventory and I found myself being interested in a few too many cars so I changed my price range to a bit lower. That of course cut out some of my choices and made deciding a little bit easier. I ended up going with a used Nissan Cube. It was not the most good looking car of my choices but after comparing, it seemed the most compatible with me. If I could have had any car, I think I would have purchased a brand new Nissan Sentra. Those cars look so cool and I hear the mileage is great as well. At the time though it just was not in my price range so I went with the Cube. Besides, it's not like I was going to be going a lot of improvements to my car after I got it. I was not going to be "pimping it out" or anything silly like that. I only have a car to drive to and from work, run errands with and see friends. I don't live in it, I don't try and show it off and I have no reason to care a great deal more than I should about it. It's a car, and if busses could take me directly to work I'd probably ride busses all my life.