If it has been some time since you have looked at any new cars, then you could be in for a pleasant surprise when you see the most up to date technology. It's not very as futuristic as George Jetson's ride that turns into a briefcase, but there are still some neat gadgets nowadays.
Available on a wide number of new cars, this technology uses black and white cameras and LIDAR to determine the distance from you to the vehicle in front of you. LIDAR is laser radar that sends out a signal that pings or bounces off objects in front of you to determine speed and distance. The driver presets following distance and afterwards sets boat trip speed using the boat trip control function. If someone in front of you speeds up, you will also speed up to the preset speed. If someone in front of you brakes or decelerates, you will decelerate as well. Some systems allow the driver to resume control, and some systems will bring the vehicle to a complete stop if necessary.
With all of these gimmicky gadgets out there, you could be thinking this could be too much to handle. If it's been a few years since you bought a new vehicle, you may not even recognize keyless entry, GPS navigation, anti-lock brakes, or other new systems. Take a drive to your nearest dealership to see what new cars they have to offer.
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First you need to ask yourself some questions: What's your dream ride? What models do you like best? How old should it be, and the amount of miles should it have? The amount of are you going to spend? By answering these questions, you'll have a better idea of what you really want and what you agree to choose. If you know this before you walk into a dealership you'll have a much easier time negotiating a large amount on the car you want.
Certainly, knowing what you want isn't the same as getting it. When you visit used car dealers, you need to remember that the salespeople intend to make a sale. If they see that you're unsure, they might try to guess at what you want, and suggest a different vehicle. If they think you're uncertain about the price, they might push you towards a less costly option with more miles. That's why it is necessary to know exactly what you want; you'll be able to clearly communicate your main criteria to the dealer, and they can tell you if it's available. Don't worry if you have to be a bit stubborn periodically, especially if you're considering a recommended sale.
Sometimes you'll get to the dealer after doing your research only to find that a different vehicle catches your eye. When that happens, there are some important questions you should always ask: Does the automobile have an inspection certificate? If not, you should reconsider your choice. An inspection certificate shows a vehicle's maintenance history, indicating the problems it had before you and giving you a sense of what to expect in the future.