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Buying Your Favorite Car

Updated on December 11, 2019

Being a first time car buyer can be very conflicting if you don't know where to start.

You need to find a car that fits you, something that will last and drive you around safely.

You can:

  • Buy a new car
  • Lease a new car
  • Buy a used car

Figure out which one of those options will best fit your situation.

Finding your favorite car

Are you having some trouble picking out the right car for you?

There can are many different ways of finding the car that you want.

To narrow it down...

Start by trying out CarMax's online website, where you can be pre approved.

On that site you are able to put in the style of car you want, the color and how much you want to pay for your down payment.

Being able to see your options online before actually going in to the car dealership is one of the best options they have.

That way you can be more prepared when you do decide to come in.

You will be approved and ready to go..

So now it is time to think about what you really want.




Car Companies

What make of car will you get?

Do a history and background check on every single car Company, just to get a better understanding on which one fits you best..

  1. Nissan
  2. Chevrolet
  3. Ford
  4. BMW
  5. Chrysler
  6. Audi
  7. Lexus
  8. Porsche
  9. Buick
  10. Mitsubishi
  11. Dodge
  12. Ferrari
  13. Jeep
  14. Subaru
  15. Volkswagen
  16. Alfa Romeo
  17. Telsa
  18. Fiat
  19. Hyundai
  20. Lamborghini
  21. Cadillac
  22. Honda

Color

What color has the best feeling to you.

Which one stands out to you the most?

Do you it to match your personality?

Do you want a fun or laid back color?

Bright or dull?

These are the main colors that we see every day.

  • Blue
  • White
  • Green
  • Grey
  • Black
  • Yellow
  • Gold
  • Brown
  • Black
  • Red
  • Tan

You can get customized colors such as:

  • Pink
  • Lime green
  • Bright orange
  • Multi colored

Features

Seriously think about what kind of features would best suit you.

  • Cameras
  • Sensors
  • Automatic high beams
  • Self parking
  • Tire pressure alert system
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Heated seats
  • Push to start
  • Cruise control
  • Automatic emergency breaking
  • Blind spot warning alert
  • Bluetooth
  • Internet

And much more...

When choosing your features, keep your finances in mind.

Some things can be extra, so be sure to only get what you need.

Car Budget

How much do you plan on spending for your car payment?

If your buying a used car, that is usually the most least expensive option to choose from.

Calculate a specific amount of what you want to put towards your car and then you can start looking for cars in your price range.

This helps you to narrow down your options and choose something more befitting for you.

Visiting the dealership

Gather every thing that you may need, If you have every thing before hand you can minimize the time and process that you have to go through.

  • Proof of income They want to know if you have a steady income.
  • Proof of identity They want to make sure that you are who you say you are.
  • Proof of insurance In most states you it is mandatory to have insurance to be able to drive.
  • Good credit score You want a score of 600 and above to get really good options.

Test drive

Now that you have found the car that you want with affordable prices.

It is time to set up an appointment to test drive the car.

You want to do this before you purchase the car because you want to be sure that everything drives the way you want it to.

To make sure you make a wise choice, test drive multiple cars before making your final decision.



The purchase

After you have crossed all your T's and dotted all of your It's with this process of figuring out what kind of car you want and how much you plan to spend on it.

You are now ready to purchase your vehicle.

Depending on which dealership you decide to go to it may take some time to get every thing excepted.

But once you have gotten every thing completed, you should be happy with your decision.

Leaving the car lot with your new car should feel like you did the right thing and you are excited to experience your new car.

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