With environmental concerns and property in centralized parts of cities being more desirable, more and more millennials have found less purchasing a new car less desirable. Growing concerns over emissions and increased emphasis on public transportation have led to dwindling numbers for the age group.
Although this may reign true, a car is still a very valuable and necessary item to have for life creating nearly limitless possibilities on the road, with adventure being only a few turns away. Use these tips to find the perfect car for you and be the envy of all your friends.
Stick to used options
Owning a car does not mean your entire lifestyle has to change. Whether you plan on your car becoming your primary mode of transportation, or just something to have just in case, owning one is important. For a reliable vehicle that doesn’t break the bank, the used route is the way to go. Many used cars have sat in garages or in storage for years, rarely seeing the road. These cars can be both cost efficient and reliable. A great resource for checking what can feel like an endless selection of cars is Cars.com. Offering a wide selection of both used and new cars, Cars.com serves as the perfect option for finding the right vehicle to meet your needs.
Electric and Hybrid Cars
If hurting the environment is what sours your thoughts on getting a car, fear not as there are lots of economically friendly options. In 2017 there are wide selections of hybrid and electric cars that minimize their footprints on mother earth. Three of the best include the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt, the Toyota Avalon Hybrid and the Honda Accord Hybrid, all of which come in multiple styles and price points.
Another thing to consider when finding that perfect car the size of the vehicle itself. In bigger more cramped cities, finding parking can be almost impossible, and what’s the point of driving if there isn’t even space for the car? Finding a car that’s both compact and fuel efficient makes driving both more practical and cheaper. Some brands noted for their compact cars include Fiat, Toyota, and the Smartcar.
Use these tips and more to find the perfect car for you. Whether for everyday use or only for specific situations, these tricks will make whatever car you choose your new go-to.
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