Making big decisions is daunting for many. Instead of allowing it to be paralyzing, break it into smaller components. For example, if you need to buy a new car, start by narrowing down your options before looking at the various models.
Pick a price point
How many seats do you need?
New or used?
Each of these characteristics is a decision - and if you filter your search on the criteria you've already decided on, your choice gets much more manageable.
Most overwhelming decisions are made easier when focusing on the details that make up the larger picture. This approach can also help determine what is most important rather than making an emotional decision.