What Is The Best Car For A Shopaholic Woman? A Quick Guide!

If you love to shop, chances are, you car plays a huge role in your outings. Not only do you need it to get you to your shopping destinations safely and smoothly, you also need it to be large enough to get your buys in the boot. Of course, you don’t always spend your time shopping. You might find that you are busy a lot of the time, so you need a car that can enhance your trips and help you to get your to do list out of the way.

With that in mind, let’s talk about the car models that are best for shopaholic women!

Ford Focus

The Ford focus has a roomy interior and trunk, and offers a great driving experience sure to put a smile on any lady’s face.

Nissan Sentra

This is a practical and compact sedan that offers better acceleration and fuel economy than a stick shift.


credit to auto.loan

Honda Civic

The Honda Civic is economical, easy to drive, and reliable. There are hybrid and natural gas powered versions available too, for those who are conscious of the planet. It’s the compact-class leader and ideal for busy ladies.

Mazda 3

This car has style and space, making it perfect for you. You get driving pleasure from this vehicle that you won’t usually find in this class. There’s even elbow room for those ladies with a growing family.

Which of these cars do you like the sound of for your needs? There’s bound to be one that works for you. To help you figure out whether to buy or lease, the infographic above will be of further assistance.

[ Tagged In ] , , , , , ,

The Family Vehicle: Choosing a New Car

This is a sponsored post. 

Choosing a new car is always something that needs careful consideration. When there are other people in the family, especially children, a new car becomes much less about what you want and more to do with what is needed for family life.

Yet, with modern family cars, you can often have the best of both worlds. As long as you understand some factors that may be required from a family perspective, you have a wide and open choice ahead of you.

Running Costs

First of all, bear in mind that a car is not just a one-time payment. As long as it’s on the roads, you’re going to face various additional costs. A new car often needs less in the way of repairs or maintenance, yet is still subject to tax and insurance.

Free Photography of a Blue Mercedes-benz 5-door Hatchback Stock Photo

[Image courtesy of Mike/pexels.com]

However, the right choice of car can also cut down your petrol usage. Most family cars are arguably made to be reliable and fuel efficient, rather than a fuel consuming muscle car. In this regard, looking at how many miles to the galleon a car can do is worth looking into.

If you think how much driving a mother can do in a typical week, from dropping and picking the children at school Monday to Friday to the weekly shopping, it can be surprising how many miles get racked up. With the additional pressures occasional holidays or visiting family elsewhere, and the travel requirements become longer. The last thing any parent wants is to be constantly worried about petrol usage. Buying a fuel efficient vehicle will put many of these worries to bed.

How Much Can You Fit?

Likewise, you can also reduce any choice with simple maths. If you have a family of 5, for instance, a typical 4 seat car might not be advisable. This may have a fifth ‘seat’ in the middle, but these aren’t always practical. Getting a car from cars.com with a dedicated extra seat would be much more advisable; it’s also something that will become greatly appreciated as children get older, bigger and in more need of space.

With this in mind, the right car choice should become a lot clearer. Whether it’s an estate or a smaller car, as long as you have enough seating to suit your needs, potentially factoring in for life’s unexpected surprises as well, then any car can be justified. Yet you should also consider boot requirements. More children mean more shopping and luggage and this all needs to be stored somewhere when travelling.

[ Tagged In ] , , , , , , ,