Are going to buy their first car, then select the company and model; Keep these 5 things in mind too

Are going to buy their first car, then select the company and model; Keep these 5 things in mind too

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While buying a car had become a necessity of the people, but the Kovid-19 epidemic has made it the basic need of the people. In terms of security, almost everyone wants to travel with their own car. This is the reason why the graph of car selling has been going up rapidly for the last two months. In such a situation, you are also planning to buy a new car, then do not be hurried about it.

There should be some questions related to the car and its expenses in your mind. Only after getting the right answer, take your step forward each time. We are telling here 5 such things, after knowing that it will be easy for you to buy a car.

1. Election of car company
Whenever we buy the first car, then the choice of the car company is the most important, because after buying the car, the common man cannot change it easily. In such a situation, the choice of car company becomes very important. There are many car companies in the Indian market including Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Tata, Mahindra, Ford, Kia, Volkswagen, Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Reno. Of these, Maruti is the highest selling car company. At the same time, Hyundai again comes on Tata’s name.

However, it is not the case that the performance of the car is not good for companies which are 5th or below in the selling list. Most customers think of going to the company whose cars are sold more. In such a situation, choose the company of your choice. Get advice from people driving cars around you. Also, know the experience associated with the car.

2. Take care of car needs
After the selection of the car company, the second most important thing is that what is the purpose of buying the car? That means you are going to use the car for some work. This is necessary because the market includes hatchback, sedan, MPV, mid SUV and SUV segment cars. All these cars are made for different purpose.

If there are 5 people in your family then the hatchback is the right option for you. If the members are more than 5 then you have to go towards MPV or 7 seater car. If you live in a city where the roads are bad then your SUV segment has to move. If you carry more luggage then sedan is right for you.

3. Car budget and model selection
When it is decided for what purpose the car is to be bought, then the third task becomes the model and budget selection of the car. If you want to get a hatchback then how much money you have to spend. Suppose you buy a Maruti hatchback, then you will get many options like Alto, S-Preso, Celerio, WagonR, Swift, Ignis, Baleno, S-Cross. All cars are 5 seater, but there is a considerable difference in price. If your budget is close to 5 lakhs, then you can choose Alto, S-Preso and Celerio.

If you like a hatchback above your budget then you can increase the loan amount, but for this, know about the interest rate, loan processing fees, hidden charges, loan closing charges. . Also, compare the loan.

4. Car mileage and maintenance expenses
When buying a car, one of the most important things is its mileage. Diesel and CNG have higher mileage than petrol cars. However, now the prices of petrol and diesel are almost the same, so buying a diesel car is not considered wise. This is because the maintenance cost of a diesel car is more than that of petrol. At the same time, when you go towards the CNG car, its mileage will increase, but the boot space will be lost due to the CNG kit.

One should also know the cost of annual maintenance of the car. These days there is no need to spend much money on car maintenance. At the same time, companies issue a cost list of the maintenance of the car for 5 to 10 years.

5. Insurance and other papers
Insurance is most important when buying a car. Almost all companies offer car insurance from their dealer, so if you are getting insurance from outside, then take insurance from outside. Also, be sure to take the guarantee or warranty paper associated with other accessories and parts of the car. For example, tires, stereos, batteries etc. have different warranties.