The best and most expensive car in the world can’t always be the most practical.

Here’s how to make that choice. 

But how do you decide what to buy? 

Read more If you’re going to spend a ton of money on a car, why not go with the cheapest option?

If you’re a driver, it might seem like the most obvious choice.

But why would you spend more money on an expensive car if you can make that decision for yourself?

There are many reasons for this, according to a recent study published in the American Economic Review. 

“In general, a more expensive vehicle has a higher price tag than a less expensive vehicle,” the study said. 

For example, a $200,000 Audi RS3 will have a higher sticker price than a $35,000 Toyota Camry. 

However, you might be surprised to find out that the more expensive the car, the less you’ll actually pay.

Read moreIt turns out that when you compare different vehicles in terms of price, you don’t have to pay more for the car that is more expensive.

The researchers also looked at how different vehicles were priced over time and compared that to how much money they earned.

So, if you’re an average consumer, you’ll see that the car you buy should cost the same amount, or less, as the vehicle you buy.

But if you are a professional car owner, the car your family will buy should actually cost more than the one you buy for yourself.

The study also found that the less expensive a car is, the higher the amount of money you will actually pay for the vehicle.

 “If you are buying a brand-new vehicle, you should expect to pay $1,000 less in fuel for the same number of miles driven,” the researchers wrote. 

The researchers found that in comparison to a brand new vehicle, a brand or used car would cost you $1.20 less per mile driven, while a new used car could cost you an additional $2.20 per mile.

The researchers said that this could explain why many people opt to go with cheaper vehicles, because they don’t want to pay for more than they can afford.

If your budget is tight, you could save money on fuel by buying a vehicle with more interior space, such as a Toyota Prius.

“If this type of analysis is done, you can also determine which models are the most efficient in terms in terms per mile, and which models have the highest fuel economy,” the authors wrote.

“For example,” the report added, “a new Subaru WRX STI, which is a cheaper vehicle than an average SUV, could offer a more efficient driving experience, but is more than $20,000 cheaper in fuel consumption compared to an average Toyota Camrys.”