Find out now about the specification levels that you will receive with your new car

DANGER . . . . Car companies are now taking orders for new cars for next year and some are already unveiling updates to their specifications for the future models.

Some of the changes are for this year, specifically for the end of 2022, and some for the 2023 sales year.

So it’s important that you take advantage of the higher-end versions, if at all possible.

The secret is to ask which models have received the upgrade treatment and which have not.

In the main, automakers are increasing the specs so they can call next year’s 2023 car model year by adding little things.

In fact, some go quite far with the refurbishment, extending it to include engine, transmission, or suspension updates. So it will definitely benefit you to look around to see what’s on offer.

Of course, the higher the specification levels, the more comfortable and dynamic the car can be.

This is part of creating the feel-good factor that encourages people to opt for one version over another.

Specification and equipment levels are also important in helping a car retain its resale value as it enters the three or four year phase of its lifespan.

Buyer/dealers at this stage will be looking very closely at what is on the car in the form of specs.

It also doesn’t hurt to ask your retailer if the model you’re buying benefits from the latest update and what exactly that entails.

There’s an unlikely chance you’ll be fobbed off with a 2022 trim level in a car that wasn’t sold later this year.

A little prior knowledge is key when buying a car. So an important lesson is to ask for details about upcoming changes so you can compare specs with others before you buy.

A number of companies are announcing details right now – and a few more will follow over the next few months.

Skoda, for example, is unveiling detailed details in its 2023-spec ENYAQ electric SUV. It’s getting a revamped system with infotainment software that allows for over-the-air updates. There are also improvements in the infotainment displays heating and ventilation.

Better battery management software is said to be crucial for the electric SUV in order to maximize the range.

And there’s a new option pack structure across the range.

Remote access for three years is now standard on all ENYAQ iV models – this was previously an option.

With it you can now locate your parking position and parking status with your smartphone.

This complements the current app features which include remote charging, air conditioning etc.

The brand also simplifies option packages on four levels.

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Updated Peugeot 2008 will have better design and more equipment

Peugeot has also announced model year updates for 2008 and e-2008.

The new trim line means more trim and design changes.

Nevertheless, there will be no price increases.

The updates apply to both the 2008 1.2-litre petrol engines and the all-electric e-2008 (50kWh battery and 100kW electric motor).

The Irish distributors say there will be some spec changes next year but they don’t have any details yet.

https://www.independent.ie/life/motoring/car-news/check-now-on-the-spec-levels-youre-getting-with-your-new-car-41900850.html Find out now about the specification levels that you will receive with your new car

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