We can try. While the monthly payments would be the same, you would own the less-expensive car in three years (and thus be payment-free in years 3 and 4). Now, imagine that you continue making “payments” to yourself. At the end of five years, you would have a car, plus a good bit of savings toward another one. OR you would have a $25,000 car now worth substantially less than that. (Your 16K car would also be worth less, and some cars hold value better than others.) Another consideration might be insurance premiums or gas mileage. Those affect your monthly cost of driving, as well. But a salesman might ask you what monthly payment is comfortable for you — and you could find yourself with eight years of “comfortable” payments, because you were looking at that rather than total price.
Percy Spencer was the inventor of the very first microwave oven, not a long time since World War II using the radar technology developed during the war period. Called as “Radarange” was the first appliance for food heating was first sold in 1946. Later the company Raytheon licensed the patents for a home-use microwave oven introduced by Tappan in 1955, but these units were too enormous and expensive for the home use. The more common to a modern person countertop microwave oven was at first introduced by the Amana Corporation in 1967, and since that year their use has spread into residential kitchens worldwide.