As you know, owning a car is one of the most basic needs of a person. Although it is a need that can be met with extremely easy means for some countries, it has become increasingly impossible to buy a car in America. A study conducted by a website about scrap vehicles in the UK and revealing that it is the easiest and most difficult to buy a car in the world, How bad is America’s car buying situation? once again revealed.

According to the data announced, Australia is the country where you can buy a vehicle for the cheapest in the world. australian people, only 49.48% of their average annual income i, they can buy a new car, and with the remaining money, they can live comfortably throughout the year. As you can imagine, America is the country where you can buy the most expensive vehicle in the world.

We played the wrong peak in automobile prices:

The website called Scrap Car Comparison was used within the scope of this research. with the average annual earnings of each country compared the series of fuel and insurance fees, and calculated the series of dollars not only of buying a car, but also of driving a car. According to these calculations, Australia, the USA and Denmark took the first place of the countries where you can buy the cheapest vehicle in the world. It was stated that while only 49.48% of the annual average wage is sufficient to buy a car in Australia, this rate is 54.87% in the USA and 60.34% in Denmark.

In the list prepared by Scrap Car Comparison, the countries with the most expensive vehicles were also included. While America was at the top of this list, Argentina and Colombia followed our country. According to the published list, a person who wants to buy America’s car, to 652.29% of its annual average income, It needs 515.77% in Argentina and 508.93% in Colombia.

The countries with the cheapest cars:

  1. Australia
  2. USA
  3. Denmark
  4. Canada
  5. Sweden
  6. Germany
  7. Netherlands
  8. France
  9. United Kingdom
  10. Finland

The countries with the most expensive vehicles:

  1. America
  2. Argentina
  3. Colombia
  4. Uruguay
  5. Brazil
  6. Ukraine
  7. Guatemala
  8. Russia
  9. Mexico
  10. Costa Rica

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Michael Lewis


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