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After you know what type of vehicle you are shopping for, you can focus on a make and model. Be sure to read reviews from existing owners, they often times can save you from purchasing something that isnt going to make you happy.
There are many excellent consumer review sites on internet that have a wealth of information on what owners like and dislike about their vehicles.
Here are a couple of sites to get you started: http://auto.consumerguide.com http://www.edmunds.com
Many auto review sites also offer price guides so that you can know in advance what vehicle of your choice is likely to cost you. Also, auto makers often offer price quotes directly from their sites. You can also find additional information, pictures, and sometimes video at auto makers sites.
Once you have done all of your research, selected make an model of vehicles you are interested in, you can then go to your local dealership armed with all of information necessary to make an informed buying decision. By researching vehicles online, you can save time, money and gain piece of mind.
Amber Lowery is an online publisher and is responsible for maintaining a large network of consumer related sites. For more articles and information on Auto Buying, visit: http://www.newcarbuyer.info