Credit crunch busters

Six cars that are safe places for your money

Getting the best car for the cash is always essential for used buyers – but with the credit crunch chomping into everyone’s wallets, it’s more of a priority than ever. 

Choosing a model that has good residuals is key, and most people realise the MINI is among the best options. It's one of six we've picked out that fit the bill as nearly new buys, because they are affordable to run, yet hold on to their value after three years and 36,000 miles – so you won’t lose out when it’s time to sell them on. 

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