Those of you, like myself, that are big petrol heads all dream of one day owning our perfect car. Whether you want extreme thrills and speed, or optimum comfort and luxury, the chances are it will be very expensive and will probably be a little out of your current price range. Nevertheless it’s fun to dream! However, this blog isn’t about our “dream cars”, it’s about the “perfect car” for you right now.
My Perfect Car
Right now the perfect car for me is something small and fun. Something that gets me from A to B whilst also having the ability to put a smile on my face. Something that feels enjoyable to drive but also offers cheap car insurance. Something that offers up a bit of a kick when you open it up on a clear stretch of motorway yet doesn’t cost too much to run. And that is why right now as I write this blog, I believe I have my perfect car.
Maybe in a year or two my goalposts will have moved and I’ll look for a new “perfect car”, something perhaps with more oomph or more space inside or more seats (hopefully not for a little while yet) or indeed less seats (highly preferable at this stage).
What’s your perfect car?
Do you currently own your perfect car?
Does it do everything you want it to? Do you feel completely comfortable and happy with your current car? There’s so much choice out there, your perfect car could be just an Autotrader search away and it may even be quite a bit cheaper than you may have thought. Last week when I researched the range of Mitsubishi Evolution’s I was staggered to see just how cheap they are. A decent Evo VI Tommi Makinen Edition would only cost around £10,000, probably less. If you’re looking for something cheap to run but also very quick then that could be the way to go, provided it doesn’t go wrong as then, granted, they can get a tad expensive!
What about luxury?
Alternatively, do you want something luxurious? Well, perhaps a 7 or 8 series BMW from the 90s would be the ideal choice for you. Even by today’s standards they are still very luxurious whilst also being on the market for less than £20,000 and in many cases less than £10,000.
Your perfect car should fit the bill of what you want and need from a car right now. We’d all love to own those “dream cars” but realistically my dream car (a Ferrari F40) is something I could certainly not use every single day! My “perfect car” is!
So, what’s your perfect car?