Most people are always in a dilemma whether to buy a used car or a new car. Nowadays, the used car market is growing rapidly. Also, the luxury pre-owned car dealers are more interested in attracting customers like us by offering good discounts on these cars. Though the market is still at a nascent stage, every individual should be aware and cautious before you actually turn your fancies into reality, in case of a pre-owned car. There are dealers who function without proper licenses and improper documentation so you might get into trouble.
While you decide to buy a car, every individual has a question in mind- Diesel or Petrol? But in the end it depends on what you really want, depending on your budget, fuel efficiency and needs. Almost every car brand has a separate line up both for Petrol as well as Diesel vehicles. Though Diesel Vehicles have a much better fuel efficiency, at the same time the diesel engine costs approximately a lakh more than a petrol engine. So here are diesel car maintenance tips from experts!
Once we buy a car, the majority of us just sit in it casually switch on the engine and drive to the destination we have decided to go. But we never think of our car’s engine. We only get to know about it once you hear some unusual noise coming from the car or when the car is not performing as it does usually.
Buying a car is easy, whether you take it on the down payment or you take a car loan. But many of us never bother to look at the car mileage. A lot of us in our daily lives use the word average and also associate with the car. But the real word is known as the car mileage. Mileage tells you how efficient the car is in terms of fuel consumption. This gives you a fair idea as to how you need to drive your car and also how to maintain it as per the efficiency.
Here are some steps which you should take to improve your car mileage.
Out of all the human body parts, seldom do we pay attention to the ones that work the hardest; our feet. Whether in the aesthetic sense or health-wise, our feet that bear the brunt of nearly all our activities, don’t get the same love. However, we are slowly turning our attention towards them, for happy feet equals to a happy you, don’t they?