Motor cars have always been a contentious issue. Should they be large and luxurious or economic and small? I wish I could answer that but the best case scenario is that the road user has multiple choices.
The comparison would likely feature:
- Cost of ownership
- Fuel usage rate
- Engine size
Most car manufacturers produce a model in most categories to ensure that their loyal customers can purchase a car from them. However certain manufacturers build a limit amount of cars per year and owners need to be registered to be able to purchase a vehicle. Rolls Royce, Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati are all examples of this smaller production model.
On the other end of the scale a car that would be ideal for first time buyers have become the norm all over the world. The model that is most likely to catch the attention of prospective first time buyers needs to reflect that brand with minimal functionality. So air condition, power steering and central locking may not be seen in those models. Tata, Renault, Chevrolet and Ford have some great small cars.
It is a very difficult to make but one needs a lot of information and time before buying.