Kia Amanti Driving Impressions Charlotte NC

Buying a new car can be a tricky business in Charlotte. With so many things to consider it can all seem quite confusing at times. Should you buy a brand new car or a second hand one? What is the best make and model for your needs? What features are essential and what would be nice to have? Lots of questions may be flying around your head when you decide to buy a new car and working out what to do first is sometimes the hardest part.

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Kia Amanti Driving Impressions

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Advice for Test drives

Author: Rochelle Martinez

Buying a new car can be a tricky business. With so many things to consider it can all seem quite confusing at times. Should you buy a brand new car or a second hand one? What is the best make and model for your needs? What features are essential and what would be nice to have? Lots of questions may be flying around your head when you decide to buy a new car and working out what to do first is sometimes the hardest part.

A good place to start is with your finances and the first step in this process is to work out your budget. Determine whether you are better off being a new car from a dealership or buying a car from the second hand market and if you need a loan work out whether dealer financing or a high street loan would be better for you. The next step is to then go on the hunt for the car. Work out which dealers offer the vehicle you want or look through the car trading websites for a private sale. Having found a vehicle you then come to one of the most important parts of buying a car – the test drive. Test driving any car before you buy is extremely important but remember before you take any car out onto the roads that you are fully insured to do so. If you are test driving a car from a dealership then they will organise the car insurance for you. Private sellers however will not be able to do this and you should speak to your own car insurance company to see if they can offer you some additional cover for a limited time to allow you to test drive the cars you want to get a good feel of.

Taking out any car you are thinking of purchasing for a test drive is essential to ensuring that the car feels right for you. Remember that all second hand cars will feel a little bit different even if they are the same make and model, as previous owners will have put the car through different things. But a test drive is not just important for you to get a feel of the car. It is also a good opportunity for you to check over the car and ensure it is in good working order before you buy it. To this end you should always make sure that when you start a test drive that the engine is cold. If the car has been running when you get there, then the vendor could be trying to hide starting problems. When you first turn on the engine check for excess smoke and listen to the noise the engine is making. If there is too much smoke and too much noise then there could be problems. When out on the test drive pay careful attention to the steering, gears and brakes. All should work smoothly and the brakes should be capable of stopping the car in a straight line. When you finished the test drive, spend some time walking around the car looking for any bumps or scratches, make sure you make a note of any you find and get a price that reflects this. If you follow these pointers by the end of the test drive you should have a good idea as to whether the car is right for you. If you are not sure you can always go back on another day and test drive it again.

About the Author:

Rochelle Martinez, Freelance Web Content Article Writer for three years. Some of her articles are about http://www.quinn-direct.com .

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