- Toyota Corolla
- Ford F-Series
- Volkswagen Golf
- Honda Civic
- Volkswagen Passat and more.
- Set your budget
- Choose the right car
- Check reliability and ownership value
- Locate used car
- Check car pricing
- Check the vehicle history
- Contact the car dealer
- Go for a test drive
- Negotiate for the best price
- Close the deal
- Hennessey Venom F5 – 301 mph*
- SSC Tuatara – 300+ mph*
- SCC Ultimate Aero - 256 MPH
- Koenigsegg Agera RS – 278 mph
- Hennessey Venom GT – 270 mph
- Bugatti Veyron Super Sport – 268 mph
- Bugatti Chiron – 261 mph
|The best selling sports cars|
|Affordable sports cars||MSRP||Horsepower||Engine||Curb weight||MPG|
|BMW M3||From $66,500||425 to 453 hp||3.0 L 6-cylinder||3,494 to 3,540 lbs||Up to 17 city / 25 highway|
|Mini Cooper Countryman||From $26,900||134 to 228 hp||1.5 L 3-cylinder, 2.0 L 4-cylinder||3,300 to 3,629 lbs||Up to 24 city / 33 highway|
|Subaru BRZ||From $25,795||200 to 205 hp||2.0 L 4-cylinder||2,789 to 2,840 lbs||Up to 24 city / 33 highway|
|Mazda MX-5 Miata||From $25,730||181 hp||2.0 L 4-cylinder||2,337 to 2,388 lbs||Up to 26 city / 35 highway|
|Nissan 370Z||$29,990||332hp||3.7L VQ37VHR V6||3,232 lbs||Up to 19 city / 26 highway|
|Best compact SUVs|
|Honda CRV 2019||$24,350 - $34,150||26 City / 32 Hwy|
|Mazda CX 5 2019||$24,350 - $36,890||25 City / 31 Hwy|
|Kia Sportage 2019||$23,750 - $34,600||22 City / 29 Hwy|
|Subaru Forester 2019||$24,295 - $34,295||26 City / 33 Hwy|
|Honda Accord||MSRP: $23,720||MPG city/highway: 30/38|
|Honda Civic||MSRP: $19,450||MPG city/highway: 32/42|
|Nissan Altima||MSRP: $24,000||MPG city/highway: 28/39|
|Toyota Camry||MSRP: $24,095||MPG city/highway: 29/41|
|Ford Focus||MSRP: $17,950||MPG city/highway: 30/40|
|Ford Explorer||MSRP: $36,675||MPG city/highway: 19/27|
ANS : Here is a list of best selling safety car brands:
|Minicars||Hyundai Accent||Kia Rio 4-door sedan|
|Small cars||Hyundai Elantra GT||Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid|
|Midsize cars||Honda Accord||Nissan Altima|
|Large cars||Kia Cadenza||toyota avalon|
|Small SUVs||BMW X2||Honda CR-V|
|Midsize SUVs||Honda Pilot||Hyundai Santa Fe XL|
|Minivans||Chrysler Pacifica||Honda Odyssey|
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- HENNESSEY VENOM F5 – 301 MPH
- SSC TUATARA – 300+ MPH
- KOENIGSEGG AGERA RS – 278 MPH
- HENNESSEY VENOM GT – 270 MPH
- BUGATTI VEYRON SUPER SPORT – 268 MPH
- BUGATTI CHIRON – 261 MPH
|Rolls-Royce Sweptail||$13 million|
|Mercedes-Benz Maybach Exelero||$8 million|
|Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita||$4.8 million|
|Lamborghini Veneno||$4.5 million|
|W Motors Lykan Hypersport||$3.4 million|
ANS : 8 Important things to look for when buying a used car:
- Find a car under your budget
- Look carefully at the car’s exterior and interior.
- Perform a leak test.
- Have a mechanic inspection of the vehicle.
- Consider all of your financing options.
- Run a Carfax report.
- Take a test drive.
- Be prepared to walk away.
ANS : You must have already done a full car review before making the deal. But, your work doesn’t end there. There are still necessary things to do after buying a used car.
- Title Transfer & Registration
- Spot the Minor problems and Fix them
- Call a trustworthy Mechanic
- Work on the Fluids
- Change the Filters
- Examine the Brakes
- Check the Health of the Tires
- Do an expert improvement
- Add a Personal Touch
ANS : Buying a car is a major decision, if you're new to car buying or haven't made a purchase in many years because the options can seem endless. Find out what car you should buy with these steps.
- Assess your desires
- Set Your Budget
- Decide If you want to Lease or purchase
- Consider other Cars in the category
- Find Cars for sale
- Book a test Drive
- Pick your car
- Time to shop for or Lease
ANS : Here are some essential questions to ask when buying a used car :
- Do you have the title in hand?
- Can You Show Me the Car Service History?
- Can I take it for a Test Drive?
- Can I get the car to a mechanic for an inspected?
ANS : Most car buyers put all of their efforts into finding the proper car. While that is critically important, figuring out how to pay for it and getting an auto loan are also important parts of the car buying process. Figuring out your budget and car finance can also help you gauge how much vehicles you can afford, helping you narrow your choices. Smart car buyers know exactly how much vehicle they can afford and have a plan in place to finance their new ride before they even think about heading to a dealership. While you might end up with dealer financing, if the dealer doesn’t have an offer to beat, they’ll don't have any incentive to give you a deal. Here's a top-level view of everything you wish to know about car financing before visiting the dealer:
- Learn the Language of Lending
- Your Credit Score, and Why it Matters
- Finding a Good Financing Deal
- Applying for a Car Loan
- See What Financing the Dealership Offers
- Finalizing the Deal