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11 April 2015, 11:10 AM

Buying a car is an investment, and one cannot be irrational while making the choice. The decision of selecting a car is often based on choices instead of practicality. For example, many buyers prefer a good-looking and fuel efficient car, so handling and practicality aren’t major considerations for them. When they realize that it doesn’t meet their needs, they end up regretting their decision. Therefore, it’s important to know which is the best car to buy for you.

Indian car buyers are spoiled with choices which make car buying an even more confusing and troublesome task. There are various factors that need to be considered before purchasing a car. You can take help from a car buying guide or search online for help. A genuine car guide rates practical and technical aspects of a car above looks. 

How to buy a car?

Choose the body-style: Hatchback, sedan, SUV (Sport Utility Vehicles), coupe and convertible are some of the popular car body type, and all of these have different purpose to serve. For example, the hatchbacks are good for the small families, while SUVs with more space and power make a perfect traveling cargo for a group of people.

Work out on essential features: After selecting a body style as per your need, running cost, speed, space, safety and comfort equipment are the next important things one need to take care of. It might require a bit more research, so you can check the specification sheet of a model or read some expert reviews. This will enable you to see the available engine options, fuel economy and other details. If certain features are important for you – such as air conditioning, airbags, anti-lock braking system or parking sensors – then ensure whether they are offered as standard or optional features. There are various reliable sources and car buying guides that provide accurate details and honest reviews.

Set your budget: If you are buying a car on finance, you will need to allocate or set a budget as per your convenience. By simply checking the price list of the cars, you will know how much you can afford to pay.

Take a test drive: After short-listing 3 - 4 models that meet your requirements and fit to your budget, take each one of them for a test drive.  A test drive will give the real feel of the car that no car guide or manual can explain.

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