My Dream Car
Each essay has a title or question that is answered in the discussion. In the introduction, the main topics to be addressed in the body paragraphs are summarized. A thesis statement highlights the areas to be addressed in a sentence that is positioned either as the first or the last sentence in the introductory section. The body paragraph section covers an in-depth analysis of the topic at hand. Topic sentences are used to introduce new ideas to the various paragraphs in the essay, and the introduced ideas or facts are presented using supporting sentences. The final section is the conclusion, which involves a summary of the main arguments made in the essay. The sources of material that have been used in the development of the paper should be cited using an appropriate formatting style.
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How to start
Most people have an idea of the perfect or dream car they would like to possess at a certain point. An article on my dream car should be started by indicating the vehicle of your dreams.
Nissan GTR is my favorite car. It is a symbol of prestige, speed, and elegance. If you are the type of a person who is interested in buying your car and feel safe while you are at it, this is your car.
How to write a body paragraphs
This section should involve pointing out you’re the dream car of your choice, why you settled on the car and the development of a compelling argument on the selected car.
The Nissan GTR can accommodate four passengers. It has some features that make it the car of my choice. My favorite feature in the car will have to be the heated driver’s seat that is highly essential in keeping me warm particularly during the winter.
There are additional functions that contribute to the cars’ efficiency. These features make it safe on the roads, thus eliminating the need for regular repairs. For instance, the Brembo ® braking system makes it possible for one to drive down a hill without necessarily burning out your cars braking system.
It also has a brilliant engine, it is turbocharged and has a V’6 cylinder engine. The Nissan GTR is also driven on four wheels in that in the event the front wheels get stuck, the back wheels can help in pulling the car out. The car is also keyless, and it comes equipped with free hands calling, as well as wireless navigation. The car is also fitted with leather seats, which are easy to maintain.
How to conclude
A piece on my dream car should be concluded by summarizing the main arguments brought forward in the discussion.
In conclusion, the Nissan GTR is a symbol of prestige, speed, and elegance. The car is turbocharged and has a V’6 cylinder engine. It is keyless and has hands free calling feature and wireless navigation.
Tips on final revision
Before you embark on writing on your dream car, ensure you have gathered the necessary facts one needs to know about the car you have in mind. It is essential to know how common the make of the car is, as well as how many cars exist. Establish whether there are garages that service such cars.
Introduction: most people have an idea of the perfect or dream car they would like to possess at a certain point. An essay on my dream car should be started should be started by indicating the car of your dreams. Nissan GTR is my favorite car.
First Body Paragraph: this should introduce your dream car and indicate the first reason why the selected car is your favorite car.
Second Body Paragraph: this section should cover the main features that make your dream car stand out as the best make and model in the market. The aim is to convince your audience to share in your line of thoughts regarding your dream car.
Third Body Paragraph: at this juncture, the writer should explore the popularity of the car, as well as access to service repairs.
Fourth Body paragraph: this section should focus on the trends regarding the model of the car and the sales within the past five years.
Conclusion: in conclusion, most people have an idea of the perfect or dream car they would like to possess at a certain point. The Nissan GTR is a symbol of prestige, speed, and elegance. The car is turbo charged and has a V’6 cylinder engine. It is keyless and has hands free calling feature and wireless navigation.
A great vehicle description can be the difference between getting a site visitor to call or to just keep on browsing. Our latest video shares helpful tips on how to write great descriptions quickly and efficiently, along with what to avoid writing. You’ll be writing better descriptions immediately after watching, and you’ll be amazed at how easy it is to do!
Hi everyone, and welcome to another Tuesday Tip Video Clip. Today, we’re going to talk about vehicle descriptions – not the “why you need them” part, we’ve gone over that enough in the past, and if you still don’t think you need descriptions, you can go on not selling cars or you can go watch our older videos.
Today, I want to help you write descriptions faster without sacrificing the quality of what you write.
Okay. So you’re sitting at your computer, you just exploded the VIN, and it’s time to write a description about this new vehicle on your lot. Where do you start?
Act like you’re describing the car to someone on the phone. They’ve just called and asked you to describe the car in more detail. If it helps, turn on the voice memo app on your phone, hold it up, and say what you’d say to the customer. You can write it down later.
Customer: Hi. I was wondering if you could tell me about that sweet car I see on your site.
You: “WOW!!!!! Crazy good deal! Excellent financing! Deals deals deals! No trade-in rejected! Come to our Dealership today! See more inventory on mywebsite.com!”
You wouldn’t say that because you’re not insane. What would you really say?
You: “It’s a gorgeous F-150 with a spotless red paint job and upgraded chrome bumpers. It was a 1-owner truck, and the guy really took amazing care of it. The interior is all leather, and still smells new. We’ve got all the maintenance records and it’s only got about 50,000 miles on it.”
That sounds a lot better, right? Take that and run with it. Have that phone conversation on your computer screen. Answer the questions: how does it run? What does it look like? What special features are there?
Try to get a solid two or three paragraphs of information – you should have at least one paragraph about the interior and another about the exterior. If there are any special features, or if you need to point out minor imperfections or dings, put those in a third paragraph.
If you want to put in a “standard” paragraph with dealership info, that’s fine – but a good rule of thumb is to make sure that your actual description is at least twice as long as your dealership info paragraph.
Done? Go back and check your spelling – if you’re using Chrome or Firefox, look for red lines under words for obvious errors, but read through it again just to be sure you catch anything that might be wrong. If you’re still using Internet Explorer, you might need to compose your description in Microsoft Word or another document editor so you can see your errors quickly… (and then go download Chrome or Firefox because Internet Explorer sucks)
After you check spelling, read your description out loud to yourself. If it doesn’t sound like something you’d say on the phone to a customer, fix it. You don’t scream at your customers, so you shouldn’t use multiple exclamation points. Also, for the sake of your customers’ eyes, if you’ve written in all caps, go back and capitalize appropriately.
Once you’ve gone through this process a few times, it’ll become second nature, and you’ll be writing awesome descriptions quickly, every time you stock in a new car.
Virtual high five – you just learned something new. As always, if you have any questions or comments, leave them down below. Thanks for stopping by, and we’ll see you again next week!