A Guide To Car Buying
How much time does the average person spend in their car in a day? The average person spends approximately two and a half hours a day in their car. (yarnlady 1) That means that in about two weeks the average person spends over a full day in their car. With that much of your time being spent in a vehicle; wouldn’t it be a (good idea to make your car buying experience a favorable endeavor)? When buying a new car there are several factors that need to be considered. Several hours of research and test driving are necessary when making an important purchase such as this. Factors such as aesthetics, miles to the gallon, overall affordability, and safety features need to be addressed to make this type of investment a success. [a question and a factual statement]
When choosing a new car to purchase, (one the foremost ideas that is to be approached is the affordability of any vehicular investment). If the buyer is a college student that needs to commute to work or class, obviously a pricey sports car or SUV is not a practical choice. This is because other costs living costs are to be factored in when buying a vehicle. One of the most prevalent mistakes in buyers is their inability to factor in their lifestyle to their budget. Today, an economy car or a hybrid is a very good choice when factoring in an active lifestyle to the budget. A person that is supporting a large family and purchasing a family vehicle should consider a SUV with the best possible gas mileage. Once all costs have been considered and the budget surrounding the purchase have been determined, the next step is a very important one.
Today, the most (important factor when purchasing any type of vehicle would be the MPG, or miles per gallon). With gas prices soaring above the four dollar mark, many Americans cannot cope with their large SUVS and trucks. Those people are having to turn to smaller and more fuel efficient cars. It is important to look at the determined budget and find...