Buying your first car is a big deal, and so it should be. Maybe you’ve just got your license and can taste the freedom on the road. While it’s tempting to go for the flashiest looking car you can afford, there is a little more to it than that. So let’s go through some of the key aspects when choosing your first set of wheels.
How do you choose the right car?
How much you can spend on your first car is a big factor. Brand new cars cost more, so if you’re working with a tight budget, going down the used car route will give you more choice (or may turn out to be your only option).
Everybody’s lifestyle is different and finding a car that has the features that suit your daily transport needs is important.
If you’re a student that needs something to get to and from school or uni, then a small, reliable hatch will do you just fine.
If you’ve just graduated and started a new job, then you might want a car that’s plush and sophisticated that you can take to work or more suitable to take clients around in.
Similarly, if you’re the …