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If you are on the market for new car, don’t rush check all the options.

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The most fuel efficient cars on the market:

Honda CR-Z Specifications
• HONDA CR-Z the most fuel efficient 4 door.  Gasoline consumption: City: 5.6 L/100 km, Hwy: 5.0 L/100 km


Scion iQ Specifications
• Scion iQ  ultra low emissions.  Gasoline consumption: City: 5.5 L/100 km, Hwy: 4.6 L/100 km


Smart Specifications
• Smart very fuel efficient.  Gasoline consumption: City: 5.9 L/100 km, Hwy: 4.8 L/100 km


Ford Fiesta Specifications
• Ford Fiesta very fuel efficient.  Gasoline consumption: City: 6.8 L/100 km, Hwy: 4.9 L/100 km


Mazda 2 Specifications
• Mazda 2 very fuel efficient.  Gasoline consumption: City: 6.8 L/100 km, Hwy: 5.6 L/100 km


Are you consider to acquire no emission, super quiet, ecologic electric vehicle.

With the lighter weight and more energy efficient batteries, the new electric car can double the mileage, the electric vehicle shows the driving radius within range of the car's charge on a dashboard navigation map, so drivers won't get stranded on the highway. It can also calculate if the vehicle is within range of a destination.
Chevrolet Volt
Chevrolet Volt electric and gas engine  
Chevrolet Volt first electric car with extended range, four door, five passenger. Volt is unique among electric vehicles because you have two sources of energy. You have an electric source a battery that allows you to drive gas free for 60 km. There's also an onboard gas generator that produces electricity so you can keep going.

Mitsubishi i-MiEV
Mitsubishi i-MiEV all electric
Mitsubishi i-MiEV is a five door, four passenger, subcompact hatchback that has been designed to be efficient, ecological and fun to drive. Affordable, all-electric vehicle in the marketplace, and with a targeted range of 135 kilometers, and a top speed of 130 km/h, i-MiEV makes an excellent urban commuter vehicle.


Nissan Leaf
Nissan Leaf all electric
Nissan Leaf is a five door hatchback, five passenger, all electric car the official range is 110 km. The interior has scifi details, as blue lit knob to selects drive and park. Navigation system shows range graphically on a map, and a digital readout counts down number of remaining miles, Doomsday Clock. You canprogram the car to turn on the heater or AC system, minutes before you use it.

2012 Ford Focus Electric
Ford Focus Electric all electric
Ford Focus Electric is a five door hatchback, five passenger vehicle, all electric car the official range is 122 km. Powered by a new lithium-ion battery system, Using the five-way buttons on the steering wheel, you can customize your view in the two 4.2" LCD instrument cluster screens to show your battery charge status, and more.


Cars with lowest ownership costs

Coupe - Honda Civic
Powered by a 140-horsepower, 1.8 liter, four-cylinder engine that gets 28 miles per gallon city and 36 mpg highway.
A top safety pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, the Civic comes equipped with six air bags

Budget Sedan - Nissan Altima
Powered by either a 175-horsepower, 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine that gets 23 mpg city and 32 mpg highway. Standard safety features include six air bags, antilock brakes and electronic stability control.

Luxury Sedan - Cadillac CTS Sport
Standard engine is a 270-horsepower, 3-liter V-6, while a 318-horsepower. 16 city mpg/27 highway mpg when equipped with the automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive. Safety features are six air bags, antilock brakes and electronic stability control.

SUV - Chevrolet Equinox
Standard with a 182-horsepower, 2.4-liter, four-cylinder engine, while a 264-horsepower. Fuel economy ranges from 12 to 22 mpg city and 17 to 32 mpg highway. Standard safety features include six air bags, antilock brakes, electronic stability and traction control.


Steps to buying a new car:
• Selecting a type of car to meet your needs
• Defining your budget
• Sell your used car yourself
• Creating your cars list
• Test drive your car
• Make an offer

Defining your needs:
Buying a new car is a decision based on specific needs, not only for future driver's but also those of the passengers: big or small, old or young who will sit on board.

Type of car
Now that you have clearly defined your budget and needs, choosing the type of vehicle will prove easier. Will it be a sedan, a minivan, small car or full-size or a sport utility SUV. The main factors is how many people you will be carrying, if you need to tow a trailer or a boat, the vehicle's towing capacity will be very important.

Two or four wheel drive drive
Find out if you mainly drive on urban roads even during winter, a front wheel drive vehicle is a good option. But if you drive on small byroads which are not always equally maintained, a four wheel drive vehicle would be more appropriate.

Transmission type
Usually, a manual gearbox proves to be more fuel efficient, but vehicles equipped with manual transmissions are not appreciated by city commuters.

Safety features
The safest vehicle with traction and stability controls, side and curtain airbags, expect to pay a few thousands more.

Power and fuel economy
The engine selection will impact your vehicle's performance and fuel economy. Fuel consumption increases with the number of cylinders and the weight of the vehicle. Automakers are offering more and more hybrids cars that use a combustion engine and electric motor. Their fuel consumption is reduced and they produce a lot less greenhouse gas emissions.

In general warranty is good for three years or 60,000 km. Some manufacturers will also cover your power-train for up to five years or 100,000 km. Then there are specific warranties on the engine and others that cover rust damages. Some automakers also provide roadside assistance without any additional cost.

Find out insurance premium you will have to pay. The amount will be based on the type of vehicle you will have purchased Some vehicles are more coveted by thieves, why some insurance might require that you equip with a satellite tracking system. Dealers can also offer a replacement value clause for few years. This type of coverage is also available at your insurer.   Check new car insurance rates go

Defining your budget:
Before you start shopping for a new car, find out what your purchasing power is. What part of your monthly revenues can you spend on the purchase or lease of a new car. Factor in all the expenses like insurance costs and fees.

Road test
Plan your test drive, ask for exact model you're looking to buy, make sure you get comprehensive description of the vehicle. A 30 minute road test will allow you to make a fair assessment, drive as much in the city as on the highway.

At the car dealer
Negotiation, make an offer, be rational. Remember once a contract is signed, you are bound usually from three to five years.


Tips how to get a great deal from car dealer

Arrange for financing before you go to buy a car. Talk to your bank about getting a car loan, use your personal line of credit, or better home secured line of credit. You'll probably get a better deal. Remember that dealer makes a commission for selling financing packages.

Have your set price in mind. Do not expect dealer will lower car price when you ask for a better deal. Make an offer for the car. Let them know that you've done your research, compared car prices, consider taking your business elsewhere. Keep in mind that dealer is making a commission on the sales.

Find out how long the car has been sitting. If the car has been there for more than three months, the dealer will be more anxious to sell it quickly.

Be assertive. Take a friend or family member who can help with the negotiating. Make it clear that you are looking for the best possible price on the vehicle.

Don't fall for immediate deal. When dealer says that their price is only good for that day, and that they have plenty of other people interested in the vehicle, this is just a sales tactic, to make you think that you are getting a good deal. If you aren't comfortable with the price, just say so.

Shop during the last week of the month, and in moth of Septembe or October. Dealers need to meet a monthly quota and may be more likely to agree to a lower price. If a car manufacturer sets a goal to sell all cars by the end year, they more likely to sell you the car at a lower price.

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Small Cars:
Fiat 500
Ford Fiesta
Honda Fit
Toyota Yaris hatchback

Subcompact Cars:
Chevrolet Cruze
Chevrolet Sonic
Chevrolet Volt
Ford Focus
Honda Civic
Honda CR-Z
Hyundai Elantra
Kia Forte
Kia Soul
Lexus CT 200
Mazda 3
Mini Cooper Countryman
Mitsubishi Lancer
Nissan Cube
Nissan Juke
Nissan Leaf
Scion TC
Scion XB
Scion XD
Subaru Impreza
Toyota Corolla
Volkswagen Golf
Volkswagen GTI

Midsize Cars:
Audi A3
Buick Verano
Chevrolet Malibu
Chrysler 200
Dodge Avenger
Ford Fusion
Honda Accord
Hyundai Sonata
Kia Optima
Subaru Legacy
Subaru Outback
Toyota Camry
Toyota Prius V
Volkswagen Jetta

Midsize Luxury:
Acura TL
Acura TSX
Audi A4
Lincoln MKZ
Mercedes C-Class
Volkswagen CC
Volvo S60

Fullsize Large:
Buick LaCrosse
Buick Regal
Chrysler 300
Dodge Charger
Ford Taurus
Toyota Avalon

Fullsize Luxury:
Audi A6
Cadillac CTS
Hyundai Equus
Infiniti M
Lincoln MKS
Mercedes E-Class
Volvo S80

Small SUVs:
Honda CR-V
Hyundai Tucson
Jeep Patriot
Kia Sportage
Subaru Forester
Volkswagen Tiguan

Midsize SUVs:
Chevrolet Equinox
Dodge Durango
Dodge Journey
Ford Edge
Ford Explorer
Ford Flex
GMC Terrain
Honda Pilot
Hyundai Santa Fe
Jeep Grand Cherokee
Kia Sorento
Subaru Tribeca
Toyota Highlander
Toyota Venza
Volvo XC60

Midsize Luxury SUVs:
Acura MDX
Audi Q5
Cadillac SRX
Infiniti EX35
Lexus RX
Lincoln MKT
Lincoln MKX
Mercedes GLK
Mercedes M-Class
Volvo XC90

Large Luxury SUVs:
Buick Enclave
Chevrolet Traverse
GMC Acadia
Volkswagen Touareg

Chrysler Town & Country
Honda Odyssey
Toyota Sienna
Volkswagen Routan
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