Tag Archives: Buying

Hyundai’s 5 new car buying finance schemes explained: Low EMIs, no down payment and more

To reach the consumers during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Hyundai Motor India announced its “Click-to-Buy’ online sales platform where one can book and purchase a new model. Along it came the 360 Digital Service & Contact-less Service Experience for after-sales solutions as well. Hyundai India has now made efforts to help reduce the immediate financial burden customers with 5 new ... Read More »

Buying a new car right now may be a bad idea—and cost you thousands of dollars, data says. Here’s why

If you’re looking to buy a car, experts will generally tell you to look for a pre-owned model to save money. But if you’re heart is set on driving a shiny new car off the lot, there’s another reason you may want to exercise caution: It could be less reliable than you’d think. As many as 45% of those new or ... Read More »

Dubai banking major, Dubizzle aim to simplify used car buying

Launched in partnership with Dubizzle, the classifieds platform in the UAE, the Autoswap solution will enable car owners looking to sell their vehicles to complete the transaction without having to settle their existing loans. Emirates NBD, Dubai’s biggest bank, has launched Autoswap, a first-of-its-kind auto loan buyout product that provides a hassle-free financing solution for individuals seeking to buy used ... Read More »

9 Things To Keep In Mind When Buying A Used Car Online

It’s a highly digitised world where what can be done online is being done online. The added convenience of online shopping extends to buying cars as well, especially used cars. Sure you can configure and pre-order a new car from a manufacturer’s website but when you’re looking to buy a used car, it’s a bit more complicated. While there are ... Read More »

5 Factors to consider while buying a new car in India

Buying a car is one of the most crucial decisions that we make. From looking for the right design, model, and features to choosing the right accessories that make a car the perfect fit for you and your family- there are numerous factors that come into play. Which is the best car in the market? What is the best time to ... Read More »

Buying A Used Car – Should Mileage Be The Only Factor?

The foremost factor that comes to mind when considering a used car is how many kilometres it has been driven. For instance, if you were choosing between two similarly priced cars of the same make and year, and one had 40,000km on it while the other’s odometer read 55,000km, you’re more likely to be inclined towards the first one as ... Read More »

Buying used: (2011-2017) BMW 520d

GOOD FOR: Strong engine, comfortable ride LOOK OUT FOR: Faulty steering column, worn-out interior Few deals are more tempting than a used luxury car. Thanks to rapid depreciation, big and expensive luxury sedans can be bought at laughable prices in the used car market. However, there are other costs that follow the purchase. Yes, you get them at a bargain, but the ... Read More »

11 questions to ask when buying a new car

  1. Do you really need a new car? Back in the good old days, people bought new cars every few years because cars were far less reliable than they are today. The arrival of long-lasting Japanese-made cars in the 1970s and 1980s changed that. Cars can now hang in there quite well for a decade or more, no matter ... Read More »

10 BIGGEST mistakes people make while buying a new car!

Now this is one of the most overlooked thing while buying a car. Pre-Delivery Inspection or PDI is the final and through checkup of your car before handing it over to you. Dealers sometimes try to skip this step and hand over the car without a PDI certificate. Many people are not aware of this and overlook this important process. ... Read More »

Used car buying guide: Smart Roadster

Just £2450 will get you behind the wheel of one of the most interesting small sports cars of the past 15 years – a Smart Roadster Light coupé. The 2005-registered £2450 car we found has done almost 90,000 miles. It has only seven service stamps in the book – not ideal given the tiny engine’s fondness for fresh oil (every 7000 miles). ... Read More »