The different types of cars may seem like something a car enthusiast would know about. But the reality is that it is something that all of us common people should know about too, for the purposes of tax classification if nothing else. For simplification, we can divide cars in five different broad categories.
Sports Cars: Sport cars have a minimum weight and maneuverability requirements. They mostly come in two doors which are known as coups.
Luxury Cars: These are the cars we see in movies. They might have rear seats and the trunk that is smaller than usual due to a smaller size, or in case of a full sized car proper back seat space and trunk.
Economy Cars: These are inexpensive cars. They are usually lightweight and small. They have varied designs and are readily available and seen.
Small Car: Smaller car are usually saloons and hatchback. Their trunk storage is usually limited and also have a limited seating capacity.
Mid-Size Cars: While sizes vary from region to region, they have enough space for five adults and a good-sized trunk space. The engine is more powerful than that of small sized car.
Learning to categorize your car is important as rules and regulation in Sydney change according to car classification. And for some cars categories are not so easy and simple. In this case contacting a good car broker, Sydney based; or any other related agency is the best way to go about it as they know the most about the cars they are selling.