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Last edited at 9:06AM on 9/28/2013
How well they fit your requirements. A lot of people are hung up on gas mileage but if you don't drive that many miles, it's not a big deal. Some people want lots of room for a vacation trip but you'll be hauling around that big vehicle the other 51 weeks a year. Think about your normal driving behavior and what you need the car for most and focus in on those attributes.
And....the cheaper car might not always be the cheapest car. Think long term. Paying more for a good reliable vehicle might be cheaper in the long run.
How the car looks, the price, how much gas it uses, interior (if it's spacious enough, stylish enough,etc), if the boot can hold enough, if you can locate a body shop (if ur comparing them to buy them), the gears. Yeh, that's all I can think of RN