A First-Timer’s Guide to the New Car Buying Process

There comes a time in almost everyone’s life when they start to think about buying a new car. If you’re currently at that point in your life and feeling a bit overwhelmed about the prospect of buying a new car, then take a look at the following guide from your friends here at Vester Nissan of Clinton:

· Have an Idea of What You Want – With over 250 vehicles in stock at all times, it can be a bit overwhelming to walk through our dealership without an idea of what kind of vehicle you are interested in. You don’t need to know exactly what vehicle you want when you arrive, but it will help to browse our inventory online to determine whether you’re interested in a sporty sedan, a heavy-duty truck, or a fuel-efficient crossover SUV.

· Ask Plenty of Questions – Like buying a home, purchasing a new car can be overwhelming considering what an important decision it is. As long as you take the opportunity to educate yourself by asking plenty of questions about a particular vehicle and the optional features available to you, you will be able to make an appropriate decision based on your needs.

· Don’t Neglect the Test Drive – The test drive is the best chance to see how a vehicle “fits” you. New cars have personalities, and it’s important to find the one that best matches yours. Some areas in particular to focus on while test driving a vehicle include ride comfort, acceleration, braking, steering and handling, quietness, visibility, and comfort. When you return to the dealership, be sure to ask the salesperson any questions that came to mind during the test drive.

For the best deal on a new car, stop by Vester Nissan of Clinton today. As the premier Nissan dealership in the area, we promise to help you find the perfect vehicle and the most comprehensive financing package available. For more information about our inventory of new and used cars, contact us online or dial (910) 249-4088.

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