The average lifespan of a car is eight years, which means that so many years are guaranteed by the company, and most likely it has been replaced by a newer model.

Most people buy new cars because of the look and because of the performance figures stated by the brand. But what really matters is the experience that a vehicle driver has with that vehicle, after a few years of use.

The reliability of a vehicle will have a much greater impact on their lives than one might imagine.

The average lifespan of a car is eight years, which means that so many years are guaranteed by the company, and most likely it has been replaced by a newer model.

But you can have a car that has lived longer than that, and that’s thanks to constant care and maintenance. Reliability assessment becomes more important, the older the car.

With this in mind, below we will list a variety with some used, and affordable cars that have shown themselves to be strong.

Volvo’s latest generations are made for the Scandinavian cold. The V40 is the latest of the old cars, introduced in 2012, with a support from Ford.

Volvo V40 (2012 – 2019)

You might be wondering who would still love such a car. It may seem old, but it is safe and easy to maintain, these two attributes are very valuable.