One of the consequences of the most palpable economic crisis in the world of motor is that for years, the sale of second-hand cars is increasing every time. The second-hand car market is somehow easing the decline in new car sales, although the numbers seem to be rising, car sales do not reach pre-crisis levels. Buying a used car can be a great option to cover different needs.
Here are the preferences of the users when choosing a used car.
People who live in urban environments and need a car for small trips: go to work, make the purchase, take the children to school, management in the municipality, opt for small vehicles, with economic maintenance and reduced consumption. Within this range of vehicles, the models preferred by drivers are: the Seat Ibiza, the Renault Clio or the Opel Corsa over other vehicles with similar characteristics.
These are more thoughtful vehicles for drivers who need to make large trips, are cars with more powerful engines, more spacious rooms and larger porters. Within this sector, one of the models most demanded is the Volkswagen Passat, for its reliability, price, consumption and its response on the road . Audi cars for example are more expensive than the Passat.
They are halfway between the categories previously described, are very suitable cars for families with children, because its room is quite spacious and the trunk is quite broad. In this range of vehicles, perhaps the most popular are Citroen and Ford minivans: Xsara Picasso, C4 and C Max and S Max.
All of these models have proven to be quite reliable, their performance and their consumptions satisfy customers and in the market of second hand cars can be found at a very competitive price.
It is clear that there are other vehicles that can respond with the same reliability as those commented here, these are just some of the most sought after by customers and that best value for money are presented both in official dealerships and on web portals for comparing cars and sales of individuals.