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When you purchase a new car, you probably have a lot of questions running through your mind. How much is it going to cost? What it is it’s primary purpose? Can I afford the insurance? You get the idea and we’re not going to talk about the decisions you’ll need to make buying a new car today. Instead, we’re going to focus on one important issue that is proving to be more popular with each passing year. This is the question of what type of engine you should be looking for in your new vehicle. Make no mistake this is a crucial question and a decision that should not be taken lightly. You might think that the answer is obvious. It’s a hybrid, right? After all, they’re friendly to the environment; they get a lot more miles and they’re quite cheap. But don’t be so sure because there are disadvantages of the hybrid that you might have overlooked. On this post, we’ll review each, in turn, looking at the advantages and disadvantages of these options. Let’s start with the most commonly confused term, the hybrid engine.

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Image Credit: mariordo59

Imagine the following scenario. You decide that you need to go in your car and drive somewhere. You start walking up to your car but you discover something. One of your tyres is flat! It’s the bane of any motorist’s life.

As you can imagine, having a flat means you cannot drive your vehicle. At least, not anywhere far and safely. So, what should you do in such a situation? Believe it or not, some people panic when they discover a flat tyre on their car.

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Image By: stux

Very few car owners get excited by the prospect of tyres. In fact, most car owners don’t even acknowledge their tyres unless there is a problem. When there is a problem that is when the panic starts to set in. Where can I find them, or more importantly, where can I find cheap tyres? Yes, if you are not already aware, tyres do not come cheap. A new set could cost you in the region of two hundred and forty pounds, so finding a good deal is vital. As a result, that begs the question, how can you find the best possible deal on tyres?

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Image By: Wikimedia Commons

 

A lot of us are tight for cash, so how fuel efficient our cars are is important to us. Similarly, we have to manoeuvre tight city roads. So, these two factors can play a big part in the car buying process. Here are the cars I’d recommend if these are your main concerns.

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Smart Fortwo

Size is a big factor in finding a car that can manoeuvre the city jungle. And there are few smaller cars than the Smart Fortwo. Smart only make small cars. It’s what they’re known for and it’s what they’re good at it, so if you need to get around in tight spaces, the Fortwo is the ideal car for you.

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