You think expensive cars will not cause breakdowns and malfunctions?

@ssh123 (31104)
India
July 27, 2007 1:50am CST
When you buy a car, do your first attention to : (a) Price of the car (b) Break-down free (c) Malfunction free (d) Service facility (e) driving comfort (f) fuel saving (g) any other
2 responses
@williamjisir (22903)
• China
12 Feb 08
Good morning, dear friend ssh. Right now I do not have a car of my own. I have been wanting to have a car of my own, not for pleasure, but for investment. Because I do not think that it is worthwhile to use my car for pleasure. I love to use it for investment only, as you know, the price of oil is getting higher and higher while our salary cannot catch up with the increase of the prices in getting many things and food. Right now I am still trying to earn and save more money for an inexpeisive car that can be used as a taxicab in the city. By the way, the car itself is not so expensive, but the taxicab license is hard to get from the government because of the limit of having a taxicab license. Therefore the only to get one taxicablicense is from one of the individuals, who would like to sell it for making some more money. By the way, I don't think that I have to worry too much about the options listed above, as the after-sale service is needed in our country for them to do a good or better business. Still as I have said above, I prefer a cheap car like everyone uses as a taxicab in the same city. Also there are some maintainence stations in each city for the after-sale service of the same-brand car. Thank you very much for your discussion, my dear ssh. Happy posting, dear friend.
@ssh123 (31104)
• India
12 Feb 08
Thank you very much for your honest and frank opiniion about car. India and China are producing some of the cheapest cars in the world and now wait for TATA a famous business house of India will be coming out with a cheapest ever car Rs.1,00,000/-+ taxes (Rs.40 per 1 US$). I am sure china is also planning to bring out cheap cars for itnernational market.
@mimpi1911 (25454)
• India
12 Feb 08
Sada, I think I would prioritize as follows: 1. Driving facility: this surely is of utmost importance. I would like to ensure the in space of the car together with the leg space and no. of sitters. 2. Accommodation facility: going for a big car or a smaller one would depend mostly on the garaging space and not on the price. 3. Price: I would go for comparatively a big car with suspensions and extensions. But then who would not! But I feel that i today's perspective the big cars are sturdy and robust and have a great body. lol.. 4. Fuel savings and mileage: This comes in as the next important point. 5. Breakdown, malfunction fee: This comes in the last since all good and expensive things comes with this tag. We have to bear it more or less otherwise let's not go for the car at all. Thank you.
@ssh123 (31104)
• India
27 Feb 08
Your respnose has been given BR