And now, the 2007 Best Car!
There’s more to finding the 2007 best car than a list of top cars, but we might as well start with that:
Chevrolet Corvette and Silverado
Honda Accord, Fit, Odyssey, Pilot and Ridgeline
Infiniti G35 Sedan
Lexus RX330 and RX400h
Mazda Miata MX-5 and Mazdaspeed 3
Porsche Boxster and Cayman
Toyota Avalon, Camry Hybrid, Land Cruiser, Prius and RAV4
Now that you’ve seen our list, what are you going to do with it? For what they’re worth, here are our additional words of wisdom—
—the year’s best car is the one you’re glad to have for as long as you own it. Anyone who’s bought or leased a car has wished they could change something about the car they bought, or get a completely different one. The root-cause of this regret is generally emotional—their salesman talked them into buying a car before they were ready, they wanted the car now, and rushed into a purchase. Etc. Etc. There are as many reasons for regretting a car purchase as there are cars, unfortunately. So we encourage car buyers to make their decision a rational one instead of an emotional one. Plan on spending three or four months researching cars, financing and insurance before you roll your sleeves up and begin to negotiate. Read a couple of books on car buying (even if you plan to lease your next car or buy a used one);
—spend plenty of time doing research. Talk to people who drive the car you’re interested in. Ask them how they like it, what they don’t like about it and what they wish they could change. Ask them any questions your research has brought up. Most people are surprisingly honest, and this objectivity can be very helpful.
You can get similar information to this online, but the person who wrote the opinions is generally difficult or impossible to contact, so it’s difficult to ask them clarifying questions or ask them for information their review didn’t mention
There are a number of good car magazines that we recommend in your research stage, but most people know about them and it seems like a waste of space to spend much time on them—but definitely read everything they have to say about the cars you’re interested in;
—don’t limit yourself to buying a car in the town or city where you live. The internet is full of people selling cars (including many dealers) who are just as reputable and trustworthy as the people with brick storefronts. A whole cottage industry has sprung up to help you get cars in other towns inspected and shipped to your home. This same thing is true with financing your car and getting insurance for it—the best car of the year, in our opinion, is one you love and one you’ve spent as little money on as possible;
Good luck as you look for the 2007 best car! Keep your eye on the prize—the smell of a new car.
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