In 2013, we were eyeing the Tucson of Hyundai, an SUV that fits our taste. But it costs 1.7 million so we had second thoughts. My husband accidentally saw a demo in the mall of a Ford Everest. When we went to the display center near our home, it's not the Everest but the Ford Escape that caught our eye. The tag price is 1.2 million. I checked on other dealers of the same car and got a bargain of 1.1 million that we agreed. After some months, there came the promo of Mitsubishi for their Mirage, a people's car type for only 600k. We bought it at once. In effect, we have 2 brand new cars for 1.7 million, the same budget for the Tucson. From our experience, it is more economical to have 2 cars instead of 1 as long as the budget is the same.