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  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?
  8 responses   replacement for Acura TSX
Member6100

I've had 7 Acuras, most recently TSX. I want a sporty/elegant car, but I don't love the ILX and am shopping.

I've eliminated the Hyandai Sonata because too much play insteering wheel and ride
felt mushy.I'm looking at Buick Verano, Ford Fusion and Nissan Altima.

Desired features: responsive...
  5 responses   Total replacement
Member6504

Just totaled a 2000 Lexus ES300 that I liked very much. Other cars I have also enjoyed were a 1991 Accord, 1986 Acura Legend, 2000 Toyota Avalon.

I am looking for a quality vehicle with good reliability. Comfort and handling are important, brand less so. The ES300 fit the...
  5 responses   Used Luxury Car/SUV


> Looking to get into used Luxury car/SUV, like a higher end German or Japanese with <75000 Mi.
> Has to be priced competetively
> Not have excessive repair costs in the future
> Not be too expensive for a normal tuneup

  4 responses   Camaro, Challenger or Mustang?: comfort and fun for driver; comfort for passengers front and rear
Member6202

Camaro, Challenger or Mustang?: comfort and fun for driver; comfort for passengers front and rear
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  4 responses   Camaro, Challenger or Mustang?: comfort and fun for driver; comfort for passengers front and rear
Member6202

Camaro, Challenger or Mustang?: comfort and fun for driver; comfort for passengers front and rear

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