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Once you have selected your new truck, we need to talk about financing. Many of new buyers chosedirect lending. In direct lending, you get a loan directly from a bank, finance company, or credit union. You agree to pay, over a period of time, the amount financed, plus a finance charge. Once you enter into a contract with a dealership to buy a vehicle, you use the loan from the direct lender to pay for the vehicle.


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Buying A Nearly New Car

Cars are now unarguably one of the basic needs of survival. Ask a pedestrian and the people who don't have cars! Owning a car is the very next thing you would go for after you start a job. Cars these days are fast changing. Every other day you get to watch a new model of a car on the street and you follow it with longing eyes till it speeds out of your sight. But since the market people know how important cars are they try making the purchase of vehicles easier day by day. Second hand cars and used cars are affordable these days.

Buying a car doesn't only involve a huge financial breakout but it takes a lot of consideration before you finally make the right choice. The guidelines for buying a car whether a new model or a used on; is quite simple. Primarily you need to consider your pocket and your budget, and see what kind of a car you can afford. To help you decide what car would be best for you, you can consult car magazines, car experts, internet and so many other sources. You have to consider the space, the handling, comfort that it is capable of providing, the speed and any extra features that you can grab. Via the internet, you can not only look for the right car, you can also search for the comments of people who own that kind of car, find its drawbacks and plus points.

You should always try to find a renowned dealer and a thorough checking concerning the car dealer and the car itself is a must before you decide to buy a car. Before you actually make the purchase a test drive should be done. Never make the mistake of purchasing the car if you are not allowed a test drive. Most dealers do let the customers satisfy themselves.

While you take a test drive you can easily check all the minor details of the car. Things like fuel tank, oil tank, engine and the braking of the car is important. Then you can look for other extra features like the radio, player, air conditioning of the car, the heating system and so on. The most important thing to consider is how you feel sitting in that car. Besides this you should always make an effort to keep your options open. You should visit and contact several dealers so that you can check different cars and do some comparison. That's the way you will definitely get the best without regret.


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New Car Buying Advice From an Ex-Car Salesman!

There is nothing quite like the feeling of getting a new car, it would be really nice if your car could be new the whole time you own it, not least because a few years down the line when you come to sell it you will sell it quicker, easier and get more money for it.You are probably agreeing with me, yet so few people do anything much to keep the car in it's current condition. You will probably run it through a car wash once in a while, maybe get it detailed/valeted once a year but that's it... what else is there you can do?

The first thing you should always do is look at your old car with a critical eye, work out what is wrong with it. The chances are that unless you change your habits then your new car will end up looking much like your old one. For example, are there scratches down the sides? What caused this? Was it the kids trying to squeeze past with their bikes? Was it caused by overhanging bushes on your driveway?

What about scuffs and wear on the seats? Kerb marks on the wheels? Stone chips on the front? Now is your chance to play at CSI. If you can figure out the cause of the wear or damage, there is a fair chance you can change your ways and prevent it happening again to your new car.

Protective coatings

You can now get protective coatings for just about every part of a car. You wouldn't think about running your engine without oil because you know that the moving parts need the oil's protective qualities to prevent wear, so it makes sense to apply a protective sacrificial barrier to the parts of a car which make up its general appearance. These days cars are very reliable so when buying a used car the expectation is that it will be mechanically sound, this means that the value will be judged mainly on cosmetic appearance.

Wheels

I'll start off with the wheels (not bodywork) because no other singe factor can make or break a car's overall appearance. Tatty wheels add years to a car. There are now a number of wheel protectors on the market that are really effective. They are much like a car wax but especially designed to protect alloy, painted and chrome wheels which are closer to the road and take more punishment than any other part of the car. These wheel protection products will make your wheels easier to clean and prevent stains (but they aren't bullet proof, so don't bump your car up and down kerbs. Scuffs and kerb marks are to be avoided at all costs). Ensure that you clean your wheels often to prevent a build-up of brake dust which harbours corrosive contaminants, re-applying your wheel protector each time. One final word on wheels. If your dealership offers you an alternative to chrome wheels - take it! This 'bling' may look good on a new car but chrome wheels are murder to keep clean and free of stains. And should you kerb your wheels they are very expensive to refurbish.

Bodywork

Paint protection technology has come on leaps and bounds over the last few years. Not only does this mean that your paintwork can stay fresh looking, but you have to put in less work! You no longer have to wax and polish your car every couple of weeks, the 3, 5, and 7 year paint protection packages offered at the dealerships are very effective. The market leaders in the UK are Supagard and Diamondbrite and although they can be quite a lot of money, they are worth every penny -- not only will you gain this money back when you sell, but you will spend far less of your precious free time cleaning, waxing and polishing your car.

As good as they are, you still have to clean your car, and this is where most people hit problems. Don't use an automated car wash if you value your paintwork. The brushes used are far too harsh and scratch your paintwork, the touchless washes are not as bad but don't get your car very clean. All-in-all just stay clear of them.

The next option is the one most people seem to be going for these days, and that is the hand car wash. It seems the going rate is around £5. I can only tell you that there is a huge danger that you will get what you pay for... which is somebody who is over-worked-and-under-paid, scrubbing their car down with dirty water and a manky old sponge! They don't care about your car, they don't even care about getting it clean, they only care about getting it done and moving on to the next one. The results can be horrific and often I have seen paintwork damaged beyond repair.They aren't all bad but choose wisely, watch these people working before you buy. Stay well clear of the supermarket washes and only go to a proper company with a fixed location.

If you really want the job done properly, the only way is to clean the car yourself. I cannot recommend this enough, besides being good exercise (and lets face it, I need it!) it also allows you to thoroughly inspect your car meaning you can keep on top of any problems and get them fixed as soon as possible, which is the best way.

Stone Chips

Stone chips are almost impossible to avoid but there are two ways to reduce them. The first is to reduce your speed and keep your distance from the car in-front. The second is to have a stone-chip film fitted to your car. This is a thing rubbery clear film which absorbs the impact of flying objects (including bugs which can cause more damage than you might think!). The a good quality and properly fitted film is virtually invisible but will make a huge difference.Depending on the size and style of your car it costs around
£300 to £600 which may seem a lot, until you consider the cost of a respray and the effect this can have on your car's residual value.

upholstery

Many cars these days come with leather as an enticement to buy. keep in mind that if you are the kind of person who likes to wear blue jeans, your upholstery will end up stained blue and scored by rivets in no time at all. Leather just doesn't suit everybody, such as people with dogs! There are a number of companies producing seat covers including ones especially for protecting your car from pets. Leather wears less when it is supple so condition it twice a year and maybe 3 times a year for convertibles.

Fabric can be treated with chemicals which are a bit like Scotchgard which is provided on household carpets. It doesn't stop them getting dirty but it does prevent permanent stains and makes them much easier to clean. Maintain them by wiping them over with a damp microfibre cloth every couple of weeks.

Little and often

Dirt is abrasive, it is what causes much of the wear to your car. On the exterior it can also harbour corrosive contaminants which eat away at paintwork. So clean regularly, this will also make your life easier because it's easy to clean a car which is already fairly clean.


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The Jeep Wrangler Unlimited is a medium-sized, compact car from the famous SUV manufacturer. Its design roots can be traced back to Willy's MB and Jeep CJ that used to be produced back in the early days of the SUV. The new Jeep Wrangler models have the traditional toughness you could expect from a Jeep yet gives an entirely refined appearance. The new 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited is expected to hit the showrooms later this year. So, let's give you a run-down of what you can expect from it and what changes are present from its earlier 2016 version as well as what its competitors are up to.

Appearance

The new 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited won't have a complete shift from its 2016 version that's for sure since any major design overhaul from the company invites scepticism from the auto lovers. Most of us have been used to the rugged frame, full throttle four-wheel drive and a pair of robust axles and so we can't expect anything too far-off. But, regarding the new model's materials used, Jeep is expected to use rendered Aluminium since it will make the car even stronger yet lighter. You can also expect the iconic folded down windscreen as well this time around!

Any mechanical changes?

Since Jeep has going on about it a while, we can possibly expect it in the 2017 edition, and that is the small matter of automatic transmission. The 2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited had 6-speed manual and 5-speed automatic transmission, and the problem was with the latter since the power breakdown wasn't enough to cater for the heavy requirements of an off-road vehicle. So, Jeep will increase it to an 8-speed automatic transmission this time around, and this will help improve the accelerator response and fuel efficiency on the go for the new car. Torque is expected to remain unchanged at 260 lb/ft. The same thrilling 4WD experience will also be continued (Like it is ever going to end!)

Fuel Economy

Thanks to the new 8-speed automatic transmission and body frame, the fuel efficiency of 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited is expected to increase significantly this time around. It can be as much as 1-2 mpg in manual transmission and 3-4 mpg in the automatic transmission. The car is expected to continue with 87-Octane fuel just like before.

Any price concerns?

They are expected to go up a little bit more than the yearly inflation rates since the change in the transmission and body would require more premium work. Price range from a manual transmission-based two-door Sport model @ $25,000 and a fully loaded Rubicon around $45,000 inclusive of the destination fee that was about $1,000 on its own.

Competitors

Nissan Frontier, Subaru Forester, Toyota Tacoma and Colorado from Chevrolet are just a few of the competitors you can expect to give a tough time to the Jeep's new and refined monster. But regarding fuel economy and pure thrill, who can come close to this beauty?


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My Neighbor Got A New Car

Canada is set to debut the new 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour at dealerships across the country on November 24th. The Accord Crosstour comes in several different trim models, including the EX-L which is a four wheel drive, and there is also a EX-L top of the line version with comes with special luxury trim as well as Honda's satellite navigation system. All models of the 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour come with a 3.5 litre 271 horsepower V6 engine.

Jerry Chenkin, who is the executive vice president of Honda Canada was recently quoted saying, "With the recent price reduction on our existing Accord sedans and coupes, the pricing for the all-new Accord Crosstour is designed to make this vehicle an attractive option for Canadians wanting car-like handling and performance with the functionality of a sport utility vehicle."

The 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour is has the style and finesse of a luxury sedan while have the versatile and mobility characteristics of a sports utility vehicle. It is a completely unique concept within the crossover market segment. The car leverages many different aspects of both the sedan and SUV pros and cons, it remains sleek and stylish, while expanding cargo space.

The 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour fulfills many roles, the bold new exterior design conveys a sense of prestige from the outside, and the luxury styling of the interior extends the length of the whole cars interior. The car is extremely functional from a storage standpoint, with built in under-floor storage in the rear, as well as reversible cargo floor panels.

The 271 horsepower V6 VTEC engine features Honda's award winning Variable Cylinder Management system which improves fuel consumption and increases power. The Variable Cylinder Management system allows the car to run on three, four or six cylinders based on the load of the car nad the power required. The car comes packed with a 5 speed automatic transmission as well as a real time 4-wheel drive system for offroad and towing use.

The prices for the three 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour are as follows. The EX-L 2-Wheel Drive Model has a MSRP of $34,900; EX-L 4-Wheel Drive MSRP - $36,900; and the EX-L 4-Wheel Drive with Navigation has a MSRP of $38,900, this model also features a rear view camera and Bluetooth integration.

The Accord Crosstour comes standard with many options that users will love, including dual heated front seats, leather trim pieces, dual climate control, XM Radio with USB Audio input which will make iPod plugin easier. Also too the car features a fold down rear seat, 18″ rims and tires, moon roof and much more.

The 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour features many safety technologies that will keep the occupants in the car safe from collisions. The car was designed with the ACE body structure which helps protect the users in front end collisions, also included standard with the Crosstour is the Electronic Stability Control, Anti-Lock brakes and front and side airbags.


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