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|7 responses||7/8 Seater SUV
Looking for a reliable 7/8 seat family car SUV that rides well. I like the Mazda CX9 but realize the Highlander and Pilot are generally more reliable. (Test drove Highlander and found it lacking in any "pep.") Probably go with a 2018 to get new safety features.
|2 responses||Gettin my first trailer
Going to be going cross country so reliability is important
|3 responses||van replacement
|31 responses||First time owner looking for a long term commuter/hunting vehicle
Finally looking to get my first car, hoping to keep it for the next 7-10 years if new and possible. Just looking for something safe and reliable. Will be used mostly to commute less than ten miles daily but would like enough off road capability and ground clearance for bumpy,...
|3 responses||reliable suv
I am looking at Honda CRV, Pontiac Vibe, toyota Rav4 and Saturn Vue
Reliability is the Key issue. I have read consumer reviews and it seems that every vehicle has issues and it depends on the year too.
But are these issues valid for every owner, for example Honda CRV...
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|3 responses||bmw i3
is bmw i3 REX reliable?
|5 responses||2015/2016 S60 vs TLX
What does the crowd say:
2015/2016 Acura TLX FWD + Technology package
2015.5/2016 Volvo S60 FWD Platinum (because of the stereo/adaptive cruise control / full-auto-braking)
I liked both of them on test drives, but for driving characterists and style it definitely tilts to the Volvo. However I'm concerned...
|2 responses||New wheels Old driver.
What is out there that is dependable ?
|6 responses||Fun and reliable car for a collage student
I live at a university and drive back home(150 miles) during weekends. Currently, I drive a Prius which is a gas saver and very reliable. However, driving with it is soooo boring!
Looking for a fun car, no need for a high HP. I can do some maintenance by myself,...
|8 responses||plug in hybrid crossover SUV
I have test driven A Toyota Rav 4 hybrid, a Mitsubishi Otlander PHEV, and Subura Outback. Maybe a Kia Niro Plug-in hybrid will be next. Anyone have issues with any of these models?
|16 responses||Fuel efficient, reliable, comfortable SUV/Crossover/Wagon
Looking for a later model midsize SUV/Crossover/Wagon (2014 or later) with fewer than 40000 miles. Budget is around $30000. Should be able to do light towing, and accommodate taller male. Will be used for commuting and road tripping. Leather is a plus, as is CPO, and Apple CarPlay. Should be...
|22 responses||Small, red, heated seats
We're just starting our search for a car to replace my wife's 2003 VW Jetta GLS. She absolutely loves her current car and there aren't any major issues with it (a couple nuisance items), but we're planning to hand it down to our son when he turns 16 next year. The...
|6 responses||4 door sedan
Looking for a mid siaze sedan that will be reliable, am planning to keep at least 10 years.
|12 responses||reliable suv fat woman
I have been sitting in cars just to see if I fit comfortable. the bolsters in the front seat hurt my hips; I finally found an subaru forester unlimited 2012, I fit in the seat. but when I check the reviews on edmunds, there are a bunch for every year...
|5 responses||Safemidsize reliable car which performs well in Michigan winters.
Fundamentally, I'm looking for a safemidsize reliable car which performs well in snowy/icy conditions.
I live in Northern Indiana, soon to be Michigan, and I will be driving a decent amount in snow/ice. I'd prefer a reliable and well built car that, with regular maintenance, will last 10+ years.I...
|7 responses||Honda Pilot/CRV or Subaru Outback/Forester
Handling in snow, rain and ice. Want a hitch for bike rack. Comfortable for four adults and two large dogs. Leather heated seats. Low road noise. Good audio.
|4 responses||Replacing my 2006 Honda Ridgeline RTL (NAVI model)
I like the Ford Expedition, the large Lexus SUV's, the large Toyota suv's,
the Subaru Outback.
|10 responses||Reliable hatchback for a early-30s guy
I am currently driving an aging, although still functional, 2004 Nissan Sentra. I'm in the market for a new-ish car and have plans to purchase a pre-owned car between the range of 2013 to 2017 year of make. I have always wanted a hatchback. My life: I have a significant...
|15 responses||Priority Miss - Need More Cargo; Loved my Jetta Sportwagen...VW or Subaru?
Sometimes, you don't miss something until you don't have it!
I had a 2009 VW Jetta Sportwagen and loved it! I loved the handling, the panoramic sunroof, and (what I miss most now) the cargo space. I went overseas for 3 years, and when I returned, I thought I...
|3 responses||Fuel efficient daily commuter
Last car was 2003 Honda Civic, paid $5,400 in cash from private party when it was 8 years old, and was most expensive car I've bought so far. Spent $8,300 on repairs and $12,000 on gas in the 7 years I owned it. Bought with 110k miles on it, put...
|4 responses||Thinking of these options
Honda Pilot (2012 - 2015)
Jeep Cherokee (2016-2018)
Subaru Outback (2014-2017)
I'll be moving across country over the summer and will be towing a U-Haul trailer. I figure this will be the only time I tow. I want something that is comfortable, reliable, decent-ish on gas (in...
|14 responses||MK VII GTI owner regrets?
I've been researching this for a while. My needs aren't very much. I just need a daily commuter that can accomodate 1 of 2 passengers plus a dog. This will be my only car, so it has to be able to do everything well. I'm currently driving an '04 Baja...
|10 responses||Compact SUV
|4 responses||Honda Fit
How does the Honda Fit 2018 handle in the snow?
|8 responses||Reliable SUV, haul 2 greyhounds, leg room, fuel efficient
I am looking at the Kia Soul or Hyundai Santa Fe. Mostly driving around town, taking my two greyhounds to the dog park, or a quick trip to the city once and a while. (75 miles one way) A couple times a year I drive through the Rocky Mountains (10...