Nov
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Most people know that buying a used car can be far from straightforward. Not only do you have to choose the make and model, you also need to decide what mileage is acceptable and ensure that whatever you buy is in acceptable working order. Furthermore, there is the issue of where you buy from. Some people prefer a used car dealer and others turn to the "for sale" adverts in newspapers or the auto press. A third group may choose to keep their search very local, preferring to source their new vehicle by word of mouth. Whichever group you fall into, it may be enlightening to learn that the price for the same type of car can vary, sometimes significantly, depending upon from where in the country it is purchased.
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Oct
31
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Some very cool features have cropped up in cars recently thanks to all the new technology available. Something to think about when purchasing your next ride. Luxury vehicles are known to have some pretty cool features but as time goes by the inventions are becoming mainstream. Check out these unique, cool and original car features that are pretty mindblowing and definitely worth knowing about.
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Oct
25
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The car that you drive says a lot about you as a person. Every time you pull out of the drive or pull up outside a restaurant, you're making a statement about your values, the type of person you are and what's important to you.
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Sep
30
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When it comes to choosing between a three-door car and five-door one, the choice might be a difficult one to make. It can be difficult if you have no idea about what the two odd numbers represent. The five-door car is normally a four-door car with the extra 1 door referring to the hatchback tailgate located at the back of the car. Likewise, the three-door car refers to a regular double-door car with an extra hatchback. What door should you go for? Here are the pros and cons pertaining to each car door category and you can decide on what suits you.
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Aug
29
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When it comes to buying a new car, the running cost is one of the key factors to consider. However, with a lot of car manufacturers coming up with economical yet efficient car models, it can sometimes prove challenging to settle on a car that can give you value for your money in the long run. A few years ago this decision was simple given that you would go for a diesel model if you are travelling a long distance and a petrol model if you are making short trips around town. However, with the onset of the hybrid model, such decisions became hard to make. First of all, they have an exceptional fuel economy both on the motor way and in town, and they are slowly gaining popularity over their diesel and petrol counterparts. This guide will explore some of the advantages and disadvantages of the gasoline, diesel, and hybrid to figure out which one provides the best value.
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