Chinese cars proving increasingly popular?
A growing number of people in Sydney might be opting to compare car insurance for Chinese vehicles, it has been suggested.
According to Great Wall Motors in the capital, the firm has already sold 10,000 machines, despite only having been trading for 18 months, reports the Australian.
Teresa and Lincoln Clark, who purchased one of the automobiles, noted that they get better value for money with these cars than they do with those from other countries.
They revealed that after researching the subject on the internet they decided to opt for the Chinese brand, saving more than $10,000 in the process.
People looking to minimise their outgoings might also consider heading online to compare car insurance quotes to ensure they are with the provider offering the lowest deal on their automobile.
Buying a brand new vehicle may be another way to reduce the cost of running a car, according to Alan Pears.
Writing for the Sydney Morning Herald, he noted that the latest models tend to use less fuel than older machines.