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The Revolutionary Automobile for Everyone Looking at the current market of all new cars many car buyers have to make very big compromises when looking for a new automobile Whether it is sacrificing certain options such as luxury safety or style due to budget problems or other outside factors one should not have to make compromises when shopping for a new car The simple solution is to come up with a car that can be enjoyed by all people However several questions are left to be asked how many people would accept a car that is so revolutionary and can a vehicle be produced with this amount of features and still be cheap enough for the general public Buying a new vehicle is a big step for almost everyone One reason is that they do cost a considerable amount and will be a great debt for many years So naturally one would want an automobile that will be inexpensive but reliable safe and comfortable No one wants to have to put thousands of dollars into a new car only to have to go back and spend hundreds more just to have it repaired every so often Another issue is safety Safety does not only include how well the car help up in an accident but the ability in avoiding one And finally there is comfort Everyone looks for a vehicle that would give the most amount of comfort weather it is a short trip to the supermarket or a two-week road trip nationwide None wants to have to hate getting into their car just because of how the seats feel The possible solution for having to make all of these compromises is to make a car that no compromises have to be made When a car is produced with the perfect balance of all exclusive features on all other cars many enthusiasts will be extremely happy Of every automobile manufacturer today certain features of their
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