Are newer cars harder to fix?

Are newer cars harder to fix? Yes and no. Yes—because they are simply newer with components, which are few on the market. No—simply because they are still cars that can be fixed anyway.
Have you noticed a relatively new car parked for a long time? I will tell you what the owner has not told you or at least he/she should have known. That with certain cars, you sort of need a repair fund bank account.

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