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How to Choose the Right Car for You
1 If only you are going to drive that car, and you are not going to transport more than one person somewhere, a two-seater should be fine. Consider, however, that a smallish back seat adds little or nothing to the cost and fuel consumption of the car, allows the passenger seat to recline more, and greatly increases cargo capacity (sometimes with the seats dropping and connecting to the trunk). A two-seater is more for extreme compactness, style and handling than lack of need of a rear seat.
2 If you usually transport 3-4 people but don’t need that much trunk space, a compact to mid-size should be fine.
3 If you usually transport around 4 people and need lots of trunk space, then you should get a full-size sedan, a minivan, or an SUV. A minivan is roomiest of these and more efficient than the SUV; some have a stretched nose to look less minivan like. A full-size sedan is most comfortable, particularly a factory-stretched long-wheelbase version such as a Lincoln Town Car Executive L or Signature L, and often designed for strenuous limousine service. An SUV often has four wheel drive and is good, at low speed, for poor road conditions.
4 If you are a construction worker and need space to transport logs and huge pieces of wood and stuff, then a pickup truck will be right for you.
5 If you have a large family and/or regularly transport about 5-6 people, you should get a van or minivan. A minivan can be safer in that it has a low center of gravity almost like a car.
6 If you need a fuel-efficient car, a hybrid will be right for you. You’ll want to consider however whether it is worth it or not. If you have a commute longer than thirty miles to work daily, or if you spend a great deal of a short commute in traffic every morning, then hybrids are a great option versus economy sized four cylinder cars. Extra cylinders and displacement greatly decrease fuel economy overall, and extra frontal area greatly decreases fuel economy at speed. A long, low car such as a big sedan or wagon with a relatively small, cheap engine can be stylish, comfortable and safe.
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