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You remember it like it was yesterday.  

That new car smelled so good. Everything was clean and creaseless. 

Look at it now. Time has got away and it’s lost its lustre.

Let’s face it, it’s easy to fall out of routine when it comes to keeping your car clean inside and out. 

But it doesn’t have to be like this. 

From the obvious to the obscure, we’ve put together the definitive list of ways you can get your car clean. And keep it that way. 

Buying a used car. It makes sense considering your budget. It makes sense considering your needs. And it makes sense to make your used car purchase from a dealer.

Sure. You may find a slightly better price from a private seller. But you’re really rolling the dice.

With private sellers, there’s no statutory warranty. Drive away and five minutes later the wheels fall off? You’re out of luck. And out of options. 

Over the years, popular opinion often maintained that it’s more sensible, financially, to hold onto that old clunker you’re driving for a few more years than it is to buy something new right now.

Because that sounds right. On paper.

New. Used. The distinction is obvious.

But there’s a third option out there open to anyone shopping for a car. The ex demo.

And if you’re in the market for a car, having a look at ex demo vehicles might be a way to save thousands of dollars on your purchase.

But what exactly is an ex demo vehicle?