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Finance Your Next Car Purchase Sensibly by Taking Each of These Steps

Finding ways to pay for your next car purchase can seem like a bit of a struggle sometimes. There are plenty of options out there; you just need to approach the task in a sensible kind of way. If you don’t, you could end up putting yourself under severe financial strain, which wouldn’t be a good thing at all. Here are the most important steps to take when financing the purchase of a new car.

Decide on a Limit That You Want to Spend

The first thing you need to do is decide how much money you want to spend on your next car. It’s important to set this limit in stone near the start of the process. Otherwise, you might be tempted to spend more than you can really afford to...

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The Rise of the SUV

First rising to popularity in the US in the 1960s, early sport utility vehicles or SUVs were chunky and unwieldy. Modelled on vehicles that transported soldiers across rough terrain during the Second World War and Korean War, they had durability but not practicality. While the Americans had the Jeep, the Brits were not to be outdone and the Wilks brothers created the Land Rover which was initially popular with farmers!

Though they had plenty of advantages, they were not hugely popular during the 1970s and 1980s. Not only this, they gulped down fuel so they weren’t cheap to run either. The 90s saw them become the car of choice in the rougher terrains of the US and Asia, but it wasn’t until the mid-2000s until they exploded in popularity in Europe and the rest of the world. Manufacturers developed them so they were more affordable, safer and economical.

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The 2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid SE Has A List Of Safety Features As Long As Your Arm

Ford has made significant inroads into the world of safety in the last few years. It’s been trying to catch up with the likes of Mercedes and BMW who so far have taken the lead. Being one of the oldest and most innovative car makers, Ford has decided to strike back. This year saw the launch of the Fusion Hybrid SE. Not only does the car have a dual engine, but it’s also taking safety very seriously indeed.

The first significant change you’ll see on the inside is the rear view camera. This feature is now equipped as standard on the model. There’s also dual stage front driver and passenger airbags as well as front seat side airbags. The airbags on the Fusion are designed to protect head, neck, and knees against impact.

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Used vs New: Which is the Best Option for Me?

Selecting a new car for you and your family is an incredibly difficult decision. After all, there’s so much choice out there, so where do you even begin? The best place to start is deciding whether you’d like a new or a used vehicle. In this post, we take a look at the pros and cons of each, so you can decide which is the best for you.

New Cars

Pros – With a new car, you get the advantage of being the car’s only owner. This means that you don’t have to consider whether the car has a dodgy history, whether it’s ever visited a chop shop, or whether it has been involved in an accident. Plus, because it is shiny and new, it’s also under warranty, which means that you get ultimate peace of mind because, if anything goes wrong, the manufacturer should fix it for you...

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Buying A New Car? Don’t Fall For These Common Mistakes

Buying A New Car? Don’t Fall For These Common MistakesWhen you buy a new car – either brand new or used- it should be a great experience. There’s something about driving off the forecourt in a perfect-looking vehicle that is very special indeed. But, unless you have been careful, there may be trouble ahead.

There are several mistakes that many people make when they buy a new car, and here are some of the worst. Make sure you check them out before you part with your hard-earned cash.

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No research

Research is essential when you buy any new vehicle. It’s not a simple case of browsing through a magazine and thinking “oh, that looks nice.” You have to look a lot deeper than that – and super rich spend a considerable time doing so .

You use your heart, not your head

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