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|9 responses||Family vehicle, no minivans
I need something large enough to fit a growing family, and occasionally to fit adults in the back. Safety and reliability are important, though I'd also like to find something that's relatively fun to drive, if possible. Nothing too big or high off the ground. Low profile is good. The...
|9 responses||German all wheel drive with enough rear seat room for 6 foot and growing teen
Current cars looked at so far are Audi A6 Quattro and BMW x5. VW, and audi q5 rear seats seem too small.
Used is preferrable to keep cost reasonable. I'm pretty handy and can tackle a lot of repairs, have done fwd axles, o2 sensors, cam position sensors,...
|6 responses||6000+GVWR SUV; fuel-efficient as possible; small as possible; reliable
Considering the following:
|6 responses||I want a Ford Flex
Interested in comments from those owning a Ford Flex. What are the WORST things about this vehicle? What do you like the most. Replacing a F-150 crewcab.
|4 responses||New family hauler
No rush but considering something like a fully loaded used dodge caravan or town and country
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|2 responses||Occasional long-haul family hauler.
I'm looking for something reliable and fun to drive. Most days it will be driven 15 mintues to and from work and dropping off the kid(s) at daycare, but sometimes it will be used to visit family in Wisconsin (winter driving) and Arizona (far away). We want lots of space...