Buying a new car whether it’s a year’s model or a used car, can already be stressful. Imagine buying a car and not knowing how it drives. You haven’t a clue on how the engine sounds, how it steers, how it breaks, etc. That’s the result of not test driving the car you wish to buy.
The actual driving part of a test drive should be a brief but thorough test of the car’s engine, suspension, steering and cornering, and on-board amenities, including heat and air-conditioning. A test drive should include both stop-and-go street driving, and some highway time.
Many dealers want to get you behind the wheel. They want you to fall in love with the car and buy it today. Dealers also run promotions, rewards, and incentives to get you in their doors. Many of us take advantage of that, especially if we’re seriously thinking about a new vehicle. Before you buy a vehicle you must always test drive the vehicle.
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