How to Choose a Car

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Name: Georges B. Saad Subject: English 201

Topic: How To Choose A Car.
Thesis: “Choosing A Car Involves Many Steps “

Points Step 1:
Repair Cost
Other Options and Extras

Points Step 2:
Cost Of Car Compared To The Options and Specifications You are Paying For. •Miles/Gallon or Fuel Consumption

Repair Cost:
Availability of parts in the market
Cost of parts and durability

Strong Chassis
Driver Assistance such as ABS, Electronic Stability Control, Tire Pressure Monitoring, etc. •Post Crash Survivability

Air Conditioner and Heater
Air Suspension
Automatic Transmission
Cruise Control
Heated Seats
Memory Seats
Power Seats and Windows

Satellite Radio
Rear Seat Entertainment

Other Options and Extras:
Leather Seats
Keyless Start and Keyless Entry
Satellite Navigation
Fog Lights

First Draft:
Sometimes buying a car is not as easy as it may seem, as this process may involve many steps and factors to take into consideration… This factors may include affordability, repair costs, safety, comfort, entertainment, as well as other extras. What I mean by affordability is how affordable the car is in terms of the money you are paying in relation with what you are getting in place, as well as its fuel consumption! Another factor to take into consideration is the repair cost of the car you’re buying. That is, the availability of car parts and accessories in the market, and how much expensive and durable these parts are. Most Importantly, safety should always be the number one factor to take into consideration when choosing a car. Safety options may include airbags, a strong chassis in case of an accident, driver assistance options such as ABS “ Automatic Braking System “, Electronic Stability Control, Tire Pressure...
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