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Buying a SUV

The first of course is your budget. You need to know that you have the right amount of money for an SUV, always keep to your budget, never overspend, as you don’t want buying a SUV to send you into financial turmoil do you? There are plenty of SUV’s in all price brackets out there, and if you really want one, but cannot purchase ‘new’ then you can always opt to go for a used SUV.

You will also want to look into the fuel consumption, if the SUV is a gas guzzler then you may want to steer clear of it, otherwise it is going to take a large slice of your money on gas every month, and that isn’t going to be ideal. If you want to find out more about the fuel consumption when you are looking into buying a SUV then you can either look at the manufacturers specifications, although the review websites out there will most likely offer more ‘accurate’ information.

Next thing you will want to bear in mind is size. Your budget will play a huge roll in this. You have a bit of a compromise to make here, whilst the larger vehicles offer more space, they also consume a lot more case, smaller vehicles often offer less space, but consume far less gas. You will most likely find more passenger space in a large vehicle, and in a smaller vehicle there will be more cargo space. You will also find that large SUVs have towing power, something which seems to be vital amongst families.

Now, are you going to want a car based SUV or a truck based SUV? Cars perform better on the road, however, trucks have a bit more power behind them which makes them perfect for use at work. They are also better in off road conditions. When buying a SUV you should always consider exactly what you are going to be using it for.

There are a plethora of different manufacturers and SUV models out there, so you may want to consult a couple of ‘review’ websites to check whether the car you are looking at is any good. Generally most review sites are impartial and should offer good advice.