Buying a car for some people might be a hobby, for others the necessity. Nevertheless, in both cases one should do his best to spend money vise.
But before buying any vehicle you should make a list of features you value in cars. Some question like where I am going to use it , for what purposes and do I need a new car or a used one?
Answering those questions will make it clear for yourself what do you really need. When a person knows what is he looking for -he will find it eventually.
Nissan Qashqai is a good choice for an urban citizen. Nissan Qashqai is front – or all-wheel drive, crossover designed to fit in five people. Nissan Qashqai was first presented in autumn 2006 at the international show room in Paris. It has been manufactured since December 2006 in Sunderland, England. Nissan Quashqai is sold under the name Nissan Dualis in Japan and in North America under the name of Nissan Rogue.
Qashqai – compact crossover, combining the best qualities of traditional family hatchback and compact SUV. The model is designed specifically for the city. High ground clearance and four-wheel drive – a distinct advantage in modern urban environments.
The engine displacement varies from 1,5 up to 2,0. Which is actually not bad to deal with for an average person. Combining with inner comfort and appearance and technical characteristics you should consider purchasing such a vehicle for you and your family.
Purchasing a new one will cost you quite a lot but you will be enjoying driving it for at lest a few years (properly of course) without any headache.
Other option is to buy a used one, as it will be cheaper for sure. The trick is that some cars may be in a very good condition if properly treated, even after few years of usage.
But buying a used car is a lot more difficult as it is sometimes hard enough to find a suitable one for you. One of the main problems is valuating the car when it comes time to take out the wallet.
You can always negotiate the price tag and try to set your price on the given vehicle. The valuation may take some time. It depends on the year the car was manufactured, mileage and most important on general condition.
Buying from dealership will not be as difficult as buying from an individual. The only hard time you will get is when you will try to bargain with a dealer.
Purchasing from an individual is usually a bit stressful, but if you are well prepared, there is nothing to worry. Everything is simple-make sure the seller owns a car you are planning to buy, ask for all possible documents, ask mechanic to check condition, use online websites such as Kelley Blue Book or Nada guides to find out if the price tag is fair.