Inchcape addresses our burning queries about this increasingly sought-after method of private transport.
Whether you're thinking about buying a car or leasing a car, both scenarios come with their own set of considerations involving upfront costs, car insurance costs, road tax costs, and maintenance costs. Depending on your financial situation and considerations, both scenarios have pros and cons. Find out which car ownership model works best for you.
As a car buyer, things can definitely feel a little bit jaded at this current juncture, where EVS can feel a little bit too far out of our reach financially, while ICE options may feel a little too stifled in order to meet emission and fuel economy standards. However, it's not all doom and gloom for the car buying market. Here are some of the most interesting cars that have been released this year that are well worth your consideration.
While fuel economy, zero emissions, and sustainability have always been the main selling point of electric cars, there are also some other additional benefits of owning an electric car that don’t actually have much to do with pump prices. Let’s take a look at some of them.
Buying a brand new car without help or prior experience can seem like a pretty daunting task. In Singapore especially, the sheer number of new car options make the task even more difficult. You not only have to consider your budget, but also brand, image, practicality, and your preference for design. To offer more context to this topic, here are some possible scenarios that the average Singaporean might encounter.
Buying a practical car for the family isn't just about buying the biggest car in terms of dimensions. One should also be ready to consider the ergonomics and form factor of various elements in the car. Find out which areas of practicality should you consider on top of things like boot capacity and car dimensions.
Deciding when to buy a car in Singapore can be a big decision, considering that cars in Singapore are more expensive than anywhere else in the world. In this article, explore the topic of car ownership from various perspectives to help you decide if it is the right time to buy a car.
Achieving good fuel economy in Singapore is an important topic for many everyday drivers. EVs however, do not seem to be a viable option for the common man just yet. Explore some fuel saving technologies in cars that you can look out for if you are looking to save on fuel but aren't ready to own an EV.
In fact, it is likely that a vast majority of car companies in Singapore now offer car leasing schemes or options. Is car leasing a viable long term option for most Singaporeans, or is it a quick fix, instantly gratifying mechanism that can harm our financial situation in the long run?
If we look past all the noise, and distill the topic down to the core, we are left with the real underlying question - Can a 7 Seater SUV really replace a full size MPV? Let’s take a look.
Traditionally cars that fall under Category A for Certificate of Entitlement (COE) banding are known as small cars, and those that belong to Category B are known as big cars. The definition used to hold true because larger cars were inevitably powered by larger engines, until they weren’t.
Buying a new car is fun. Well it should be anyway. The excitement as you start your research online, scrolling through websites, forums and social media for reviews and feedback; heading to the showrooms to get a hands-on, test driving, hopping around the Alexandra / Ubi belt. But things sometimes take a turn toward the wrong direction as you journey down your purchase, and what was a fun (and bloody costly) experience changes to something of a nightmare.
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