If you know what to look for, middle of March to early April is the best time to buy a new car. New registration plates have just been issued, therefore car sound like they are older than they are drops their prices considerably. Here are more tips on purchasing a car; as you can get underneath the car, check for rust, etc... Do not just base the car on how good the tires are. Check that the oil has no white gunk on the oil cap if it does ...avoid it. Start the car and let it run for 5 to 10 minutes to make sure it doesn't overheat. Check all locks work, lights, brakes, wipers, heating and the stereo. Take it for a test drive.
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If you need a tough car, consider the top-selling 2009 Toyota Camry . Its mid-size, front-wheel-drive sedan was thoroughly revised and updated, with exterior styling and interior changes. A 268-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 is available, but the standard engine is a 2.4-liter four-cylinder, which is good for 158 hp. If you are into sleek-type, the 2010 Kia Forte is perfect for you. Three trim levels share the single body style with 17-inch wheels and a rear spoiler. The 2009 Toyota Yaris Liftback model rides on a very short, 96.9-inch wheelbase and is one of the shortest new vehicles, at about 150 inches long. It's ideal as a commuter that can fit into the tightest parking spots, yet handle longer trips when the need arises. This would be perfect if your business needs you to go from places to places. Chevrolet Volt, announcing that the new plug-in hybrid vehicle would feature 40 miles of electric driving range and extended-range capability for "hundreds of additional miles." This is good for long distance travelling. Good for spring and summer outing.
A friendly reminder; "Don't drive if you drink. Don't drink if you drive."
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