Buying and Maintaining A Car Made Easy [NOOK Book]

Overview

When you set out to buy a car, the first thing you want to do is research. Determine what kind of car you want, starting from whether you want a car, a minivan, or an SUV. Do you want a hybrid or electric car? A hybrid car has an electric motor as well as a gas motor, which definitely makes them more fuel efficient than a regular gas car. An electric car runs off a fuel cell- there are
many new buses that run off fuel cells. In choosing a car, you want to think about ...
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Buying and Maintaining A Car Made Easy

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Overview

When you set out to buy a car, the first thing you want to do is research. Determine what kind of car you want, starting from whether you want a car, a minivan, or an SUV. Do you want a hybrid or electric car? A hybrid car has an electric motor as well as a gas motor, which definitely makes them more fuel efficient than a regular gas car. An electric car runs off a fuel cell- there are
many new buses that run off fuel cells. In choosing a car, you want to think about reliability, prestige, cargo space, and perhaps color. It really depends on what is important to you and what you need.
When you go to the dealership keep in mind the kind of car you want. A dealer might try to steer you towards a more expensive version of the car, or even a different car altogether if you are not specific about what you want. Dealers do not always have your best interests in mind, but they do want you to be happy, so if you stay firm, you will get what you want. You may want to consider whether you want to lease or buy a car, a decision which really depends on how often you buy a new car. A used car may also be the best choice for you,
especially considering how quickly cars depreciate. A car that has been leased for 6 months can be worth considerably less than the same model year car that has been sitting on the lot. A two year old car can be much less expensive, while still being under warranty, as well as having many of the kinks worked out and any recalls having been done.

Contents

How to Choose And Buy A Car
When Should You Buy A Car?
How to Buy Or Sell A Used Car
Buy A Car: The Test Drive
Buy A Car: The Art of Negotiation
How to Buy A Car
Buy A Car: Get A Vehicle Inspection
Buy A Car: Choosing the Right One
Buy A Car: When Should You Buy?
Buy A Car: Should You Buy Online?
Buy A Car: Should You Trade In Your Old Car?
Buy A Car: Make A Visual Inspection
Buy A Car: The Test Drive
Buy A Car: Tips for Negotiating
Buy A Car: What Not To Do
Buying a New Car
Car Repair 101
Getting A Great Deal On A New Car
Getting the Best Automotive Service
Helping Your Car Run the Extra Mile
How to Summer-ize your Car
How to Choose the Right Body Shop
Lowering Your Auto Insurance Costs
To Lease or Not to Lease?
Nine Secrets to Maintaining Your Car
Oil – the Life of Your Car
Your Quick and Easy Guide to Car Maintenance
18 Simple Ways to Save Money on Your Car
Seven Sounds of Serious Car Talk
Some Winter Tips to Keep Your Car Running Smoothly
Take Care of Your Tires
Test Driving Your Car
Buying a Used Car - the Wise Way!
When Your Car Doesn’t Feel Right
Finding Your Dream Car
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014955652
  • Publisher: Syed Arshad Gillani
  • Publication date: 7/17/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 889 KB

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