There are some advantages and disadvantages about new and used cars you should know. With a new car you don't worry about run of car or history of servicing, and also your car repair warranty for a period of time. With used car your ownership cost will be lower due to the initial depreciation. Whatever car you purchase, choosing a car is your decision. Always look for a car which will suit to your pocket and needs.
Its on you whether to do car service from main dealer or from another service station. But I suggest you should do it from main dealer because they have tie-up with manufacturers and can provide approved parts for your car.
The automatic gearbox contains electronic work and is a complex part and requires specialised knowledge.
It is better to solve this problem by getting help from a franchise dealer as they receive updates of sofware regularly from the manufacturer.
According to Motor Vehicle Act, Car insurance policy is mandatory. Every car owner should have an insurance which covers third party injury, property damage or death.
With Car Insurance, you can cover-
Car Accidents, Car against theft & natural disasters such as earthquake, fire, floods etc.
Paid driver, employees or any unnamed passenger.
Family members (including self) with Personal Accident Policy.
Injury/Death of another person due to accident caused by you.
If you have all the documents with you in proper order the process of loan will take less time to complete. You need to submit requisite documents like tax returns, salary slip, bank statements, proof of residence, etc. The processing will take between 2 to 7 days.
An exchange scheme is a scheme where dealer upgrade your used car to new car. Evaluation of a car is done as per the price depending on the year, model and the condition of the car. After evaluation the new car is hand over to the buyer when he deposit the remaining amount to the dealer.
Final Amount of new car = Price of new car - Price of used car after evaluation