If you are also planning to buy a new car this festive season, then apart from the on-road price of the car, what other expenses will you have to bear, today we will give you information about this. Apart from the ex-showroom price, many other things are added to the on-road price of the car, but despite this, there are some expenses which have to be incurred even after paying the on-road price.
To take the car out of the showroom, you have to pay a hefty price, this price includes ex-showroom price, road tax, RTO i.e. registration tax, insurance and logistics charges. For your information, let us tell you that the logistics charge includes many things like the cost of transporting the car from the warehouse to the showroom.
Money will be spent even after on-road price
For example, if you have taken the base variant of the car and you have not taken things like insurance and accessories from the showroom, then you will have to buy many things separately after paying the on-road price.
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If you have not taken insurance from the showroom then you will have to get the insurance done first, only then you will get the car. Let us tell you that some people do not take insurance from the showroom because the premium offered by the showroom is very high. If you have taken the base variant of the car, then after taking the car out of the showroom, you will have to pay separately for things like seat cover, mud flap, mat etc.
Every person has different preferences, some people install dashcam on the front mirror of the car while some people also buy a phone mount for navigation. There are some models which come with ambient lighting, but if you have taken the base model then you will not get this benefit but you can get it installed by paying a separate charge.
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