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  0 responses   Fuel-efficient AWD family hauler

We're looking for a car with AWD, good MPG (real user reported fuel economy >27mpg) big enough cargo for our family trips, and some daily commute.

With used and new car prices being so crazy these days, we're trying to find a good value reliable used car that'll give...
  0 responses   Fun, manual trans, wagon or sedan, good power, efficiency

I'm looking for a reliable, fun to drive, strong performer, AWD, sedan or wagon, greatly prefer a manual trans and a used car.

I like BMWs but in the last 5-10 years they have gotten heavy and overloaded with technology. I have a 2020 M340ix. It handles well, comfortable,...
  0 responses   Wagon or mid-size SUV

A wagon or mid-size SUV. Reliability a must. Heated, supportive seats for long trips (My 07 VW Passat wagon is my current benchmark). Decent gas mileage. A decent radio that accepts phone/bluetooth connectivity.
  0 responses   Next car

Reliable. Radio. Headrests not intrusive, too much tilting forward (have had complaints about that). Good gas mileage.
  1 response   Second Car

Have a Subaru Outback. Have looked at used Prius, Prius V, or related fuel efficiency car. Looking used, have considered Branded Title, not sure. Only really need a second car so my spouse has transport to drive to work one day a week, and to go to yoga, walk the...
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  0 responses   Next sedan

Interested in trading down from an Audi A4, which I have loved, but want to spend less $.
  1 response   7 or 8 seat reliable SUV that can go over 200k miles

I need a reliable, older (2011 or newer)7 or 8 seat suv that will get 200k or more miles. The vehicle will be used for rideshare and will be driven an average of 25k miles per year. I am leaning toward the 2012 Hyundai traverse but the data is very...
  1 response   fuel efficient , station wagon for camping, maybe I'll remove rear seats. around 5-7000

I have considered:
Ford Fusion
Subaru Legacy
Saturn Vue
  1 response   Ridgeline

Looking for used EX Ridgeline. Not sure between 2nd generation transmissions. Heard lots of negatives about Honda transmissions in general and mixed reviews between the 6 vs new 9 speed. Any thoughts?
  2 responses   Reasonably efficient, reliable, pleasant sedan/hatchback

We currently have an old Toyota pickup with 300 something miles. Original thought was to replace it but that's not an option right now. It's getting tired, but we will keep it for snow days and hauling.
We'd like a reasonably nice riding and handling car with a bit of...
  1 response   Fun wagon

Volvo V60 equivalent
  1 response   front bumper higher off the ground

  1 response   Do-it-All Compromise

In short, we need a minivan with about 8 inches of ground clearance and allwheel/four wheel drive. Cargo space and interior utility are priorities, along with mid to low 20s combined mpg.

We have used both our old Sienna and current Odyssey minivans well, but we've hit their limits...
  2 responses   sporty WAGON

My wagon has got to have a manual transmission, and not be too heavy/large. A Jetta GLX (VR6) would be more desirable than a V6 Passat, for example. Though I would prefer a smaller/lighter car, I want at least 50 cu. ft. of cargo volume (with rear seats down). I...
  1 response   Reliable, fun to drive awd suv

Mainly checking out SUVs due to awd and good visibility for driver. Currently have 2005 Ford 500 Limited with awd, the luxury trim for this semi-euro sedan. I do enjoy my creature comforts, and a great stereo system. My previous personal car was a 1999 Toyota Avalon Platinum Edition with...
  3 responses   Electric car

Electric car for daily commute and errands with good range, reliability, and comfortable.
  1 response   Need new cars all the time

Just thinking about a Dodge Chalenger. I've owned a 2015 Camaro SS, a 2018 Camaro RS and just want to have a Challenger- but the 6 cylinder model
  4 responses   Fun but useful car

I have only owned manual transmission cars and I want to continue to have one with my next purchase. My current car is a 2015 VW GTI (with the performance package) and I want a car at least as fun and speedy as that. I do need a car that...
  2 responses   Replace Prius

Life style change upon retirement. Looking for a high MPG plug-in compact/small SUV with good ground clearance. Mileage, safety, and reliability are the primary consideration after driving comfort. I know the car I want but it's way over sticker price and I will not feed into the countries inflation cycle...
  2 responses   Mid-size pickup

I have a 2018 Chevy Colorado Crew Cab short bed V6, it's been a great truck. Looking to see if anything better is out there. I can't fit a full size truck in my garage due to limited space for entry and exit, so it has to be something midsize....
  1 response   My Zamboni

Looking at a 2011 Toyota Avalon. Is that a good fit and trouble-free?
  2 responses   Thinking a higher mileage older Luxury SUV might be smarter than a 3 year off Lease?

Dumping 2011 CRV with tranny shutter at 40mph that will not go away with 3x flush.
Originally thinking off lease 3 year old: Rav4, CX5, Sportage or Santa FE.
Now thinking slightly older & higher milage Lexus NX200 or RX350 might save us $10K and give us the safety and...
  3 responses   need a pluggable hybrid that can tow 3500 libs

need to tow 3500 libs braked trailer
  2 responses   Hot Hatch

  5 responses   Fuel Efficient Commuter car that is safe, reliable, comfortable, and under 10k

I need a safe, reliable, fuel-efficient car for a long daily commute. I currently drive a 2018 Toyota Highlander that gets 22.5 mpg average. I need to increase the fuel economy. I will be commuting 45 minutes to 90 minutes each day one way depending on traffic. So two-way is...

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