Here are the factors for choosing the right car for you.
So many people wonder how much car can I afford. A good rule of thumb is not to exceed 10% of your take-home pay on a car payment.
Your vehicle can be a critical component for your job or side hustle. Therefore, it is essential to consider how far your commute is, and if you drive it during your work.
You will want to take into account how often you will be carrying multiple people or extra gear with you. For example, do you need an SUV rated for eight people when you have a family of four?
Fuel economy is at the top of the list of important factors when buying a car or barely makes the radar. The reality is that fuel economy can impact the total cost of ownership of your vehicle.
My advice is to figure out which amenities will make you feel good about your car. Don’t prioritize ones that will feel good to show off to your friends because that won’t last.