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|2 responses||The best
little or no rust, something that will last a long time
|4 responses||Everyday car to take mountain biking
I have a leased VW golf sportwagean. It is the perfect car for me, but it has a persistent gasoline smell that VW has been unable to fix, despite many attemps.
I'm giving it back to VW!
I'd like a manual transmission, 4 wd,
Big enough cargo space...
|11 responses||Second Car - Compact SUV with Passenger Lumbar
I am planning on replacing my second car, a Saturn Aura over the next year. My main vehicle is a Lexus RX350 and quite frankly, it has spoiled us. One piece of equipment that is difficult to find is power passenger lumbar support. Many cars offer driver side power lumbar,...
|2 responses||3 row suv
3 row SUV to use for trips with extended family, in the snow, or to the beach. Not for every day use. Don't want to spend too much since it's not the every day car.
|11 responses||a nice sedan of a particular exterior size
I'm looking for a nice-ish sedan for my next car. Probably one of the top trims if its a standard brand, or a more value-oreinted luxury model/trim. The kicker is that I'm looking for that car to be around 180" in length. My driveway is 190" long so I'd like...
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|9 responses||Reliable last ride
Ease of getting in and out. Reliability. Fuel economy 25mpg or better. Have looked at Subaru Forester,Outback,Nissan Frontier,Chevolet Colorado,Hyundai Tucson. Not sure if I want a truck or suv. The Frontier price was good. I liked the Forester but price seems high.
|8 responses||small suv go haul feed, large woman, so a comfy seat, not one that curves too much, possible awd
a vehicle that is safe, but not too hard to climb up in. I need plenty of room to carry stuffy, feed and hay. I had a sienna and loved it, but it was totaled and now my kids are grown. I'm a fat woman, so I need a comfy...
|13 responses||Fit vs Soul
i am looking at a '15 Kia Soul + (46k) and a '13 Honda Fit Sport (71k). Love the Fit handling and accereration; love the Kia front seat storage and bluetooth. (Kia 's not bad for handling and speed either.) The Honda has been meticulously serviced; the Kia was owned...
|3 responses||Safe and Expensive- Fiat maybe!
Safety, Great gas mileage and I can drive a standard fine.
|4 responses||Large reliable sedan with leather seats, FWD or AWD, under $22K, under 35K miles, more reliable than my DTS or the E350 I had before it.
I love a land yacht! Isolation from
the road is good for me. I also need a little bit of customer cache (not necessarily a luxury brand). I absolutely can't stand the repair costs and reliability issues I've had with my Cadillac DTS, or my MB E 350 before it.
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