Having wheels of freedom
IN a country where good public transportation is still being developed, cars have become a necessity for many of us.
While the price of used cars has dropped, getting loans to finance a purchase can be quite a daunting task.
Lower loan amounts equate to a higher down payment and higher interest rates mean you need to fork out more on the monthly instalments.
Being a used car, the warranty is always non-existent and maintenance can add a big dent on your wallet.
If you have just started working, you do not need such financial obligations.
This is why buying new is always the smarter choice.
This month, we come out with some reviews of cars that we think are worth a look.
We have the usual suspects — Malaysian, Japanese, European, Korean and even a Chinese car.
The latter will be launched soon and bear in mind, the China car company has really stepped up its game by offering good quality vehicles.
The most important thing is to set your mind straight.
A car purchase can be a passionate buy, but for firsttime car buyers, you need an accountant’s point-of-view, too.
Perhaps, our articles will help you to combine those two needs into a car you will be happy with for the next five years.
Demo rides using the Satria Neo managed to entice the younger clients.
The Suprima S was popular among the visitors.