Commentary: Umesh Pandey
I have agreed since I was young with my father’s view that a car is a vehicle to get a person from point A to point B, and not a status symbol.
But after having driven my current Nissan for just over 13 years, its future has started to look bleak. I concluded that it was time to finally fork out some cash and buy some new wheels.
In the more than a decade since I’d last done any serious car shopping, prices seem to have gone through the roof. After careful consideration, I settled on what my friends jokingly called “your personality of a car”, a Toyota Camry.
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