Too many times when people want a new car they dash out shopping at new car dealerships, see one they like, take it on a test drive with the salesman, drive around the block, get excited about the look and feel of the car, and before you know it are signing the contract. Next, thing you know that car is sitting in your driveway or garage.
Of course, they are excited about having a new car, however; in a couple of days, they may begin to question their decision. They may even begin to complain that the payments are too high and they cannot afford them, the car does not give them leg room, and the ride is not all that comfortable. One last complaint that is often heard is the gas mileage is terrible for their new car.
Does this sound like something you have said or done in the past? If so, you are in good company as 9 out of 10 car buyers agree. The worst part of the entire decision is that you are going to have to live with your impulse purchase for the next 4 to 7 years. Before you, head out the door to find the new car of your dreams you should invest just a couple of minutes to answer the following questions to learn what is important for you in your next vehicle.