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  24 responses   Fun, good acceleration and handling, relatively quiet when cruising, reliable in compact or smaller mid size automobile
psundell

New or used is okay. New priced up to low 30s, or late model used, mid 20s. I am a single person so I do not need an extremely practical car but I do want one that is functional in rain and snow. I plan on owning one car. My...
  24 responses   Fun, good acceleration and handling, relatively quiet when cruising, reliable in compact or smaller mid size automobile
psundell

New or used is okay. New priced up to low 30s, or late model used, mid 20s. I am a single person so I do not need an extremely practical car but I do want one that is functional in rain and snow. I plan on owning one car. My...
  24 responses   Fun, good acceleration and handling, relatively quiet when cruising, reliable in compact or smaller mid size automobile
psundell

New or used is okay. New priced up to low 30s, or late model used, mid 20s. I am a single person so I do not need an extremely practical car but I do want one that is functional in rain and snow. I plan on owning one car. My...
  11 responses   Replacement for Nissan Maxima SE - sports sedan with a little bit of luxury without breaking the bank
Member6202

I love my 2002 Maxima SE - great drive (handling, speed, pickup) sporty, luxurious, roomy, comfortable. Multi-purpose for family and business. What's a good option something similar to this?
  11 responses   Replacement for Nissan Maxima SE - sports sedan with a little bit of luxury without breaking the bank
Member6202

I love my 2002 Maxima SE - great drive (handling, speed, pickup) sporty, luxurious, roomy, comfortable. Multi-purpose for family and business. What's a good option something similar to this?
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  8 responses   A reliable, safe fun to drive, low-moderately priced mid-size sedan or hatch that I cam give to my child when she gets her license in 2019.
probstp1

I am in the market for a fun, practical 2015-2016 mid-size sedan that I will feel comfortable handing over to my daughter in 4 years when she gets her license. Reliability, safety, handling and quiet comfort are all important to me but may be unatainable for what I will spend...
  7 responses   Fun
Member6563

Hello - I've gotten the response I wanted. Thank you to everyone who replied. I've decided that for now I am keeping my current car. Thanks again.
  7 responses   Fun
Member6563

Hello - I've gotten the response I wanted. Thank you to everyone who replied. I've decided that for now I am keeping my current car. Thanks again.
  7 responses   Business, Fun Daily-Driver
Member6655

As I have just gotten a new job, I will be driving 20k miles a year on my new car. I am 24 and an Automotive Engineer, so I know everything about cars I'm just not very good at these decisions, considering it is my first.

At 24 years...
  5 responses   Semi mid-life crisis
in2ba8

Drove Toyota Camry 2013 for business rental. Fun to drive. Had most options. Little loud road noise. Always liked the Accord. Open to coupes. Need some "distinction" with car. Set apart from rest though not too flashy. Infiniti G series?
  5 responses   Fun to drive, compact to mid-size, manual transmisison and big trunk
Member5602

My golf course doesn't have club storage so I leave my bag and cart in the trunk all summer and go on road trips with 2 sets of clubs. Needgood sizedtrunk.
Want a manual transmission for driving fun. Don't want lowest trim to get the MT. My other car is...
  5 responses   Semi mid-life crisis
in2ba8

Drove Toyota Camry 2013 for business rental. Fun to drive. Had most options. Little loud road noise. Always liked the Accord. Open to coupes. Need some "distinction" with car. Set apart from rest though not too flashy. Infiniti G series?
  5 responses   quick acceleration, fuel economy, stick, easy to work on, longer life span, safe, cheap insurance
Member6557

Hi guys,
I think I am greedy. Just got my first car a few months ago. Didn't like it but bought it long story short. however, I planed to keep this car for a few years from now. myabe 2 or 3. And I am looking for a new future...
  4 responses   Comfortable for my mid life crisis
Member6657

Reliability is very important, but I want a car that looks great. I cannot afford a new BMW, but the 2011 328I with 30k miles sounds great. I'm just concerned with the typical issues as the car ages even more.
  3 responses   i want it all
Member5831

i hate squeaks and rattles
i hate noisy and insubtantial feel
i hate sluggish acceleration

I love good looks
nice firm handling

  2 responses   quiet cabin, good handling
Member6410

Which car should I buy? I need a quite cabin with good handling
  2 responses   mid life crisis with realistic expectations
in2ba8

Luxury with a sporty edge. Quiet and reliable. I am drawn to Infiniti G series and QX50. Also , Audi A3/A4/RS3/Q3. Buick regal, BMW 3 series.

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