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The Right Vehicle Style for First-Time Owners

Purchasing a vehicle entails a lot of thinking and decision. Buyers, especially first-timers, consider multiple aspects such as color and style. The former is typically easy to mull over as buyers already have a specific shade in mind. The latter, however, may be more difficult as it affects not only the vehicle’s purpose but also its performance and price. If you’re a first-time car buyer, below are the different styles you can choose from.

Sedan

Many buyers opt for a sedan because of its low cost. When compared to SUV’s, sedans cost lesser despite having the same space and features. It is ideal for growing families because apart from its budget-friendly price, a sedan is comfortable enough for children and provides sufficient space for bags, trolleys, and other family essentials.

Hatchback

Hatchbacks are like sedans except that they look more stylish and provide more room for cargo. Even if they are more expensive, hatchbacks are more practical as they are more comfortable to seat and drive in. Also, the vehicle style has a higher resale value, which is perfect for those interested in buying and selling.

Convertible

Do you fancy unique classic cars? If the answer is yes, then a convertible is perfect for you. Convertibles provide a classic, sporty look that style enthusiasts adore. One cannot deny its wow factor as it also provides extreme versatility and visibility. However, you might want to pass if you’re on a budget as convertibles are more expensive than sedans and SUV’s.

Sport Utility Vehicle

Sport utility vehicles or SUV’s are way bigger than sedans, hatchbacks, and convertibles. People who love camping and off-road drivers prefer this vehicle because of its height and a large amount of storage space. Also, SUV’s offer a more comfortable drive and better driving/riding view.

When choosing a vehicle, consider not only its purpose but also its performance, price, and resale value. Spend time on research and create a list and budget plan that will suit all of your car requirements.