Buying a new car is one of the most significant purchases anyone can make but some motorists in North West considered it more important than choosing a new house, picking their own children’s names and even deciding who to marry, according to a new study.
On average local drivers take just under three months (2.74) to decide what new motor to buy, while almost a quarter (23.77%) need up to six months to choose before they commit to one. The national average is 2.94 months.
One in nine North West car owners confessed that they spent longer deciding their next choice of car, than they did choosing a new house. And more than one in ten (10.59%) said they spent more time picking a motor than they did deciding what names to call their own children.
Meanwhile seven per cent of women from the North West said they spent longer choosing a car than they did picking their wedding...