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Car models That You Should not Buy in Ghana

Car models That You Should not Buy in Ghana . || At the very least, everyone wishes to buy a car one day. It isn’t a Mercedes, but it is a nice car to drive around in. There’s more to a car’s glossy appearance than meets the eye. What makes a good car is that it has a capable engine, is fuel-efficient, and is affordable. Invest wisely and focus on the key features of your vehicle rather than its aesthetics.

  1. Nissan B15 is the first car on the list.

It will serve you well for a while, but when that engine breaks down, you will feel the pinch of having purchased it. It all starts with overheating and transmission issues. On the bright side, the fuel efficiency is excellent, but you’ll be seeing your mechanic quite a bit.

2. LandRover Freelander is a vehicle manufactured by LandRover.

Land rovers are among the best vehicles available.

However, this production is a flop. For starters, that engine harness could pursue, resulting in engine failure. Cooling fans, air conditioners, gasoline pumps, and anti-lock brakes will all fail as a result of a chain reaction. The handbrake is also loose, which means the brakes may not be strong enough, and the car may slide on difficult off-road roads.

3. Nissan Murano is the third car on the list.

It’s a popular Nissan crossover alternative that’s been chosen as the car of choice by a range of the middle class, but here’s what the manufacturer won’t tell you. The vehicle will not restart if you drive it for long periods of time.

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4. Mitsubishi Lancer is the fourth car on the list.

This is the rental chump Lancer ES, not the rally champ Lancer Evolution. Although the Lancer appears to be fast and sporty, it is neither. It’s all in the CVT and the dingy basic engine.

5. Toyota Caldina is the fifth car on the list.

The majority of the issues with this vehicle arise from its electrical systems. Then there are the engine issues again, and that fuel economy is quite amazing. Most individuals end up reselling it to get a better deal, but even then, the resale value is only around half of what they paid for it.

 

Source: AfricaNewsFile.com || Car models That You Should not Buy in Ghana

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