Buying a fuel-saving SUV
The SUVs are excellent personal or family vehicles because of its large size, amenities and towing capabilities. The disadvantage is that they are large consumers of gas and will cost a fortune to keep the tank full. You can learn how to buy an efficient SUV you can help reduce costs and make it accessible and not a burden for family or personal budget.
1. SUVs starts by checking cars that are recommended as efficient.
Check out the cars efficient SUV on items such as http://www.autoweb.com/content/shared/articles/templates/index.cfm/article_id_int/148. The article is a bit old, but can be used as a starting point for research on the models mentioned in more recent years.
MSN has a list of vehicles that are fuel efficient http://editorial.autos.msn.com/slideshow.aspx?cp-documentid=1091150.
Vehix has a list that can be found in http://www.vehix.com/articles/green/top-10-fuel-efficient-suvs—2010.
Check out additional listings that are in http://www.suv-comparison.com/fuel-efficient-suv.php. and http://www.newcars.com/green/fuel-efficient/suv/index.html.
2. Check what are the cars that the government has considered fuel efficient http://www.fueleconomy.gov/FEG/bestworstEPAtrucks.htm .
3. Think about what factors should be taken into account when making a SUV to be efficient.
Look at the comparative figures, miles from the city and miles per gallon.
Taking into account the number assigned to the truck to the carbon footprint.
Look at the score of the car’s air pollution that is assigned to represent as the car affects the environment. Scores range from 0 to 10.
Check the ratings of greenhouse gas emissions emitted by the car.
4. Take into account other features. These may include security number of the car, car size, engine size, number of cylinders, transmission type has, front or back, whether or not turbo, how many passengers will fit and if you have a space for luggage.
5. Consider buying a hybrid SUV to help make it more fuel efficient.
Check out the information in a hybrid SUV available in http://www.hybridsuv.com/.
Another source of hybrid classification can be found in http://usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/cars-trucks/rankings/Hybrid-SUVs/.
Compare SUVs in http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/hybrid_sbs_SUVs.shtml.
6. Optimize your selection and start a search of the car or cars you are interested in (a).
Make a short list of your favorite cars.
Buy online or visit dealerships.
7. Always carry proof of car or cars you are interested (a) to buy. If the dealer is willing, ask if you can bring your home to test it before making the purchase officer.
If the dealer does not have the color you want, you can check to swap the car with another dealer or you deliver it to you directly. This will save you having to travel a distance to buy the car.