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|2 responses||Fuel efficient, reliable van or transit van to convert into a campervan
Looking for most reliable, spacious and fuel efficient used vehicle to convert into a campervan for long and short trips with my wife in early retirement (late 50's).
|11 responses||SUV with folding 3rd row that can haul teens, messy dogs,home improvement and landscaping items, and last forever.
In October a man pulled out in front of me on a red light turning left and totalled my PAID OFF 2007 Suzuki XL7.'07 Suzuki xl7 It only had 93000 miles on it. I bought it new in '07 and wanted to drive it until it had no life...
|2 responses||Daily driver with space for a dog
I'm a volunteer for a greyhound adoption agency and need to transport 2 large dogs to vet appointments on a regular basis. My daily commute is 8 miles each way, back roads driving. Would prefer a hatchback or wagon for ease of loading dogs in and out. #1 concern is...
|6 responses||Super fuel-efficient car for tall driver
Looking for a super fuel effecient car for a new job which will require me to drive about 500 miles per week, mostly highway. I'm about 6'-4" so headroom is critical. Car will mostly be driven by me alone for commuting, but could be used for family use on the...
|10 responses||Hybrid or electric.
Ease of entry, two elderly occupants need a car that is easy to get in and out of. Must have trunk large enough to hold a wheelchair.
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|2 responses||4dr sedan four cyl must be reliable and inexpensive no more than 11000
Basically its what i have said Price reliability , very close those two and fuel economy. I have been looking mostly at Toyota and Honda which in this market means Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla I like the Scion a1 but there not too many of those around The Toyoya...
|0 responses||looking for Tesla
must not be broken?
|8 responses||Reliable, fuel-efficient car for the vaguely stylish
I currently own a 2003 Jeep Wrangler Sahara. I purchased it used five and a half years ago when I had a high paying job and no bills. A year ago someone ran a redlight and smashed into my boyfriend's car while I was driving it. It was totalled and...
|2 responses||Reliable reasonably-priced car
I would like it to look decent, as well.
|5 responses||2014-15 Ford Explorer or 2010-2013 Toyota 4 runner??????
I need an SUV that is 4WD or AWD, heated front seats, decent enough gas mileage and reliable. I'm looking for used vehicles, I've had very bad luck with cars so I'd like a vehicle that I can trust to run for the next 10 years. It looks like the...
|2 responses||Family car
Mercedes-Benz GLC & GLE
Acura RDX & MDX
|3 responses||sharp mid sized suv
I really like the look of jeep laredo or limited trucks. Would like a black car with black interior, bluetooth, rear camera, sun roof with a reliable reputation
|7 responses||Mazda cx9
I'm looking for an SUV to replace my Ford Flex. Interested in either the Highlander or the Mazda CX-9. Anybody have an opinion on those two?
|3 responses||medium suv
Need to be able to fit at least one dog crate 36 in long in the vehicle and open the door (i.e. no or low liftover)
I need 4x4 comfortable save cleen for along time to use and fun to drive
|5 responses||hibrid or electric, comfortable, save
Comfortable car capacity to transport one bike and 5 seats
|1 response||4wd small suv
4 cyl rav4 or crv, no leather, loved the rav4 v6, but dont want to lose gas mileage
|1 response||Manual trans coupe/hatch
I'm currently driving a V6 Dodge Challenger SXT. I'm leaning toward a V8 Mustang or Camaro with a manual transmission. This car is used mostly for a short commute to work, so I'm not concerned about gas mileage. I want something that's fun to drive on the weekends, too.
|5 responses||fun to drive, comfortable, mid life crisis
looking to replace a ridgeline and pilot. Both have been excellent beyond my expectations, approaching 200,000 with no major issues.We always bought stripped down models, so we would finally like to get loaded vehicles- leather/sunroof/heated seat- and after looking at the prices of new (and being shocked!) have been seriously...
|4 responses||Fuel-efficient, low-maintenance, affordable
I am looking for a car that is safe, and has a good chance of being low maintenance and not requiring frequent repairs, with good gas mileage, especially considering that I do a lot of city driving. I do not care if it looks cool, I just want something that...
|18 responses||Maintenance free, fuel efficient, fun car for my daily drive to and from work
Less than 80k miles, no accidents if possible, a vehicle with utility (hatch, folding rear seats), front or all wheel drive, I've looked at mini clubman and countryman, fiat 500 sport & abarth, ford focus/Fiesta ST, audi a4/a6 avant.
|4 responses||Mazda 5 for kids/carpooling without being a boat?
Our reliable old Ford got totalled and we are frantically trying to find a new car for our family of four (2yo and 4yo) before we have to give the rental back. We simply don't need the space a minivan has yet and I loathe driving big cars, though the...
|2 responses||Sports Car
2016 or newer Corvette Grand Sport or Z06. If used, would like something that has been somewhat modified. Aero kit, muffler, etc. Competition seats not necessarily a must.
|3 responses||2004 Subaru Outback vs 2005 Volvo v70 2.4
We are unexpectedly looking to replace a 2004 Toyota Sienna because of some very expensive repairs needed. We are a family of 4 plus a dog and prefer a wagon over an SUV. Afer driving a number of cars, I have found 2 and am trying to decide between them....
looking for one that has been kept in good condition.
Also so one that has had typical reliability issues already fixed.
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