The results of this study by Salar Review on the most priority of individuals to buy a car (excluding price) shows that the most focus of 33% of individuals was stability and safety of vehicles and 29% considered the facility and acceleration as their priority in choosing a car. Next in line were the appearance with 13%, body quality with 11%, and after-sales service with 9% are the most common criteria for selecting a car for consumers. Meanwhile, the low fuel consumption of the vehicle with 5% has gained lowest portion.
People’s responses to the need to shop for foreign brands also show that with 27% rate, German car brands still have the best ranking among car manufacturing countries. It is followed by Japanese brands with 20%, French brands with 19%, and Korean brands with 14%.
Only 6% of the visitors give their priority to purchasing Chinese brands.
One of the exciting topics in automobiles is consumers’ desire to shop for different car classes.
Accordingly, visitors are asked about the “type of favorite car.” An exciting result’s that 63% of individuals want to shop for every kind of SUV. In contrast, 25% of individuals want to shop for a sedan, and only 12% need a hatchback. The distribution of women’s desire to shop for different car classes was 56% of long chassis cars, 28% of sedans, and 15% of hatchback models.