Cars, we love 'em, we hate 'em, but in the end we love 'em. Most cars are taken for granted, so when they start to run poorly we start to hate them. We call them bad names and blame them for leaving us stranded. While it is true some cars are built better than others, simple maintenance can help any car spend less time in the shop and prolong its time on the road. And we all know some repairs can cost big muny. This site is here to help those who want to take better care of their automobiles and save some muny in the process. Big Muny Cars is about maintenance, repair tips, parts and yes, sales. The economy is what it is, you can blame it or just accept it. Some people are repairing and maintaining their older cars because of an unstable economy. Some people just like the current car they're driving even if it does have a few years on it. Besides, if your older car is running fine why not just keep it maintained? If it does need repair and the cost is within reason, just fix it. It's better than a car payment!
But say your current older car does need repair. Hypothetically speaking, say you have a vehicle with more than 130k miles and you've been told you need a transmission. Do you fix it? That depends. This is one the major factors we at Big Muny Cars created this site, to help those who don't really know or understand the intricate workings of the automobile. So, you're trying to decide whether you should shell out $900 to $1500 for a transmission. First, you need to have the entire car evaluated by a trustworthy mechanic or technician. We are working on posting some names of reputable repair shops and service centers in the near future. If your car needs extensive brake repairs and you notice drops of oil every time you park and have to add oil and coolant every 1000 miles or so, you might want to think long and hard. Unless you have a classic or collector's car, it's not that difficult to come to a decision. Brakes, oil leaks and losing coolant can run up a hefty repair bill. But what if a window doesn't work and it needs a paint job and the upholstery is worn and there's a violent vibration above 70mph. You won't save any money if you replace the transmission and the engine starts knocking 10,000 miles later. And if you really just don't like the car anymore, don't keep it because you will neglect it.
So check out the clean used cars we have posted here. We will be adding cars on a regular basis so be sure to check frequently. Additional pics and information can be requested by using the contact us page.
Everyone knows how to drive right? Right, but we're gonna go ahead and post some safe driving tips so folks can freshen up on their safe driving skills. Look for them on the safe driving tips page.
2010 Toyota Sienna $25,900
2002 Lexus LS 430 $11,500
1982 Chevrolet Corvette 350 $10,800
2010 Dodge Charger Hemi $27,000
2010 Honda Pilot Touring 4WD $28,000
1965 Chevrolet Malibu SS
2004 Chevrolet Silverado DuraMax Diesel 3/4 ton 138k miles $11,800
1981 Vespa Piaggio 125cc 3500 miles $4300