A logic to identify your first car buy

01 Dec 2019 1 Comments


Which car to buy?

This is a question with a lot of answers, a lot of advice and yet not easy to choose from.

As an old proverb too many spoils the soup, when you are loaded with a lot of information the decision making will be hard.

In most cases, we can’t just avoid people’s advice and can’t simply follow.

Just read these points 

Family Car Planning List

  1. Space
  2. Trendy Design
  3. Good Performance
  4. Attractive color
  5. Price of the car and Finance
  6. Mileage
  7. Service Cost


So don’t feel ohh!! With the heading, just filling the seats you want to drive :)


These are some points we may have in our head when we are going to buy a car and these questions take repeating mode if you are going to buy a car for the first time.

The 5th point is very crucial for more than 85% of car buyers. This concern is good for many reasons. For this 85% of people particularly in India, buying a car is not just luxury, he/she has to use the product to the fullest potential. So the price of the car, how one’s finance is planned, maintenance cost and resale value become points of concern.

If you have set your budget ( i will say keep it a little flexible, for you may land into a better car with a little more investment) the other factors come into play.

The 6th and 7th points are more of speculation for we can’t have the precise answer but at the same time, we can have an approximate figure. To have a better idea you can use many portals like Zigwheels to compare and to know more about different brands and models.

As of now, you should have an idea about a brand or model and budget. Now you can go with the first four points with ease and can have an opinion of your close friends or family.

After you marked your checklist does a dealer visit for real experience and match the data you have acquired with the real one. 

The second last part is demanding for offers and possible discounts or gifts/addons available with your purchase. No need to feel bad, as the dealer can provide you a lot of benefits.

Now take the assistance of dealership or direct bank for the finance if you are looking for one.

Hope this lengthy story helped a bit.

Thanks and regards to my friend Mr. Sunil, working with Indus Motors- Maruti Suzuki dealer in Kerala

Motor Uncle Good ! Impressive ! Keep it up !

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