When it comes time to purchase your next vehicle, the choice between a sedan or SUV might seem pretty clear cut. However, when you start to look at the pro’s and con’s of each the decision becomes a bit muddier. We tend to look at what we want in the moment when making purchases, but for this type of decision it’s best to think about future needs and budget.
When it comes time for your next vehicle purchase, here are a few things to consider when deciding between a Sedan or SUV.
SUV sales soared when gas prices were relatively low. Since the increase in fuel prices over the past few years, Sedans have caught up. Sedans typically get better mileage than SUVs giving them an overall lower cost of ownership
Obviously SUVs tend to be roomier inside than your average sedan. So if you have a lot of people to haul on a regular basis then the SUV is probably your best bet. Also SUVs generally have more cargo room, so if you’re a sports parent then the SUV might be te better choice if you have a bit of gear to carry.
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Suspension matters, especially in the comfort of your drive and protecting the vulnerable places underneath your vehicle. SUV’s tend to have a higher suspension that Sedans do, so if you typically drive in places where the ground is uneven or potholes are prevalent, then the higher suspension means you’ll bottom out a lot less.
With so many different trim options, and Sedans becoming so much roomier inside with larger trunk spaces the choice is nowhere near as clear as it used to be. When they first appeared SUVs were the alternative for those who had families but didn’t like Mini-Vans, now they’ve become so car like in features that choosing between the two can be a hard process.Whichever style of vehicle you choose to go with Reedman-Toll Nissan of Drexel Hill can help you get a great deal on whatever Sedan or SUV fits you and your family’s needs best.