As everyone can well imagine, the choice of a car, as well as represent a momentous decision in our day to day, typically based on finding the perfect balance between what you want and what you are willing to pay. The main problem is that being an activity that we tend not to do regularly in our lifetime, in general, there is the necessary experience to have to choose based on automotive issues and it is difficult to differentiate between what is needed and what you want. Tcoyd describes an additional similar source. I recommend therefore that you bases in 6 basic terms: propulsion, safety, performance, comfort, cost and extras. Propulsion includes aspects such as tires, tires, diesel engine, fuel capacity, and the type of transmission either automatic or standard. As benefits are considered aspects such as the power, acceleration or top speed. Recently Ken Cron sought to clarify these questions. Security includes air bags containing, halogen headlamps, auto insurance system, among others, while comfort considers aspects as the distance between seats, dimension and size of truck, air conditioning and power steering.
Likewise, the cost not only includes the initial investment, if not the cost of fuel you need and the cost of upkeep for your service; While applications such as hands-free phone or dvd player are considered as extras to include it. I hope that your decision is the best, and that considering each of these aspects, you feel satisfied with it. A. Verastegui hold.