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Buying a new car...
Posted by: Hater 2 ()
Date: June 20, 2019 04:07PM

If you could afford any new car out there, which one would you pick & why?
I'm thinking of a Subaru or something dependable like that.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: any car? ()
Date: June 20, 2019 04:15PM

Probably a Lamborghini Urus. Quick and comfortable car. Realistically though a Tesla Model 3 performance. Fast, fun to drive and autopilot is so nice in traffic.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: When only the best will do ()
Date: June 20, 2019 04:24PM

Hater 2 Wrote:
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> If you could afford any new car out there, which
> one would you pick & why?
> I'm thinking of a Subaru or something dependable
> like that.

Here is a gem I had delivered to me last week -
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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: jeeve3s ()
Date: June 20, 2019 06:57PM

Prolly something like a 1949 Bentley Mk VI

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: hwlaxu ()
Date: June 20, 2019 10:06PM

this one
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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Hot Brake ()
Date: June 21, 2019 12:10PM

Get something dependable. Nothing worse than having to pay for car repairs for some cheap ass chevy or ford piece of shit. Get a Toyota or Subaru or Honda. Most of those are built in the US with North American parts. Unlike Mexican built Ford crap.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Sparks ()
Date: June 21, 2019 01:02PM

Drive a two YO Subaru Forester AWD. This is without question the best car I have ever owned. It gets as much as 38-40highway and 28-32 around town. Here in the Rocky Mt. West they are a best seller and are priced @1000-1500 dollars more then you will pay on the east coast(lucky you). Safety features such as rear end collison avoidance is a must in urban traffic.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: yolo swag ()
Date: June 21, 2019 01:10PM

Unless you really hate cars and driving, don't buy a Subaru with a lifeless CVT.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Subaru Crosstrek ()
Date: June 21, 2019 01:52PM

Subaru Crosstrek in Neon blue!

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: oh my... ()
Date: June 21, 2019 03:04PM

Sparks Wrote:
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> Drive a two YO Subaru Forester AWD. This is
> without question the best car I have ever owned.
> It gets as much as 38-40highway and 28-32 around
> town. Here in the Rocky Mt. West they are a best
> seller and are priced @1000-1500 dollars more then
> you will pay on the east coast(lucky you). Safety
> features such as rear end collison avoidance is a
> must in urban traffic.


Subaru? I think we learned something about you just now.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Kanga... ()
Date: June 21, 2019 06:00PM

oh my... Wrote:
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> Subaru? I think we learned something about you
> just now.

"Just now" - I got love for OP but he's a bit eccentric....

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Louie Chevrolet ()
Date: June 21, 2019 07:46PM

Any guy driving a Subaru is looking for rear end action.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Dumbo mkV ()
Date: June 21, 2019 07:59PM

Louie Chevrolet Wrote:
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> Any guy driving a Subaru is looking for rear end
> action.

That's how you end up buying him another damn subie though.... In VA if you rear end someone you are liable every time
Plus you fuck up your own car. Genius

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Louie Chevrolet ()
Date: June 21, 2019 09:05PM

Dumbo mkV Wrote:
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> Louie Chevrolet Wrote:
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> -----
> > Any guy driving a Subaru is looking for rear
> end
> > action.
>
> That's how you end up buying him another damn
> subie though.... In VA if you rear end someone you
> are liable every time
> Plus you fuck up your own car. Genius

Hey dumbass, I wasn’t talking about cars. To explain to you carefully, I was implying that guys who buy Subaru’s are gay and would like some rear end action, possibly at Gerrys house.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: ....annddd??? ()
Date: June 21, 2019 09:11PM

Louie Chevrolet Wrote:
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> Dumbo mkV Wrote:
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> -----
> > Louie Chevrolet Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Any guy driving a Subaru is looking for rear
> > end
> > > action.
> >
> > That's how you end up buying him another damn
> > subie though.... In VA if you rear end someone
> you
> > are liable every time
> > Plus you fuck up your own car. Genius
>
> Hey dumbass, I wasn’t talking about cars. To
> explain to you carefully, I was implying that guys
> who buy Subaru’s are gay and would like some
> rear end action, possibly at Gerrys house.

IDK who Gerry is but I could care less what he does with his rear end. Subaru's are quality cars but not my cup of tea. American made or I'm hoofin it

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Louie Chevrolet ()
Date: June 21, 2019 11:15PM

....annddd??? Wrote:
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> Louie Chevrolet Wrote:
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> > Dumbo mkV Wrote:
> >
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> > -----
> > > Louie Chevrolet Wrote:
> > >
> >
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> >
> > > -----
> > > > Any guy driving a Subaru is looking for
> rear
> > > end
> > > > action.
> > >
> > > That's how you end up buying him another damn
> > > subie though.... In VA if you rear end
> someone
> > you
> > > are liable every time
> > > Plus you fuck up your own car. Genius
> >
> > Hey dumbass, I wasn’t talking about cars. To
> > explain to you carefully, I was implying that
> guys
> > who buy Subaru’s are gay and would like some
> > rear end action, possibly at Gerrys house.
>
> IDK who Gerry is but I could care less what he
> does with his rear end. Subaru's are quality cars
> but not my cup of tea. American made or I'm hoofin
> it

If you like American cars, I recommend you see the USA in a Chevrolet !

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: NY Driver ()
Date: June 22, 2019 01:18AM

Anything Toyota. Our family has always owned Toyota’s and they LAST! Very reliable if you don’t need anything too flashy

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: No way Ray ()
Date: June 22, 2019 03:14AM

Louie Chevrolet Wrote:
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> ....annddd??? Wrote:
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> > Louie Chevrolet Wrote:
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> > -----
> > > Dumbo mkV Wrote:
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> >
> > > -----
> > > > Louie Chevrolet Wrote:
> > > >
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > >
> > > > -----
> > > > > Any guy driving a Subaru is looking for
> > rear
> > > > end
> > > > > action.
> > > >
> > > > That's how you end up buying him another
> damn
> > > > subie though.... In VA if you rear end
> > someone
> > > you
> > > > are liable every time
> > > > Plus you fuck up your own car. Genius
> > >
> > > Hey dumbass, I wasn’t talking about cars.
> To
> > > explain to you carefully, I was implying that
> > guys
> > > who buy Subaru’s are gay and would like
> some
> > > rear end action, possibly at Gerrys house.
> >
> > IDK who Gerry is but I could care less what he
> > does with his rear end. Subaru's are quality
> cars
> > but not my cup of tea. American made or I'm
> hoofin
> > it
>
> If you like American cars, I recommend you see the
> USA in a Chevrolet !

GM/Chevy is laying off thousands of Americans, while building new plants in China. Fuck them!

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Louie Chevrolet ()
Date: June 22, 2019 05:23AM

No way Ray Wrote:
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> > > > Dumbo mkV Wrote:
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> > > > > Louie Chevrolet Wrote:
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> > >
> > > >
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> > > > > > Any guy driving a Subaru is looking for
> > > rear
> > > > > end
> > > > > > action.
> > > > >
> > > > > That's how you end up buying him another
> > damn
> > > > > subie though.... In VA if you rear end
> > > someone
> > > > you
> > > > > are liable every time
> > > > > Plus you fuck up your own car. Genius
> > > >
> > > > Hey dumbass, I wasn’t talking about cars.
> > To
> > > > explain to you carefully, I was implying
> that
> > > guys
> > > > who buy Subaru’s are gay and would like
> > some
> > > > rear end action, possibly at Gerrys house.
> > >
> > > IDK who Gerry is but I could care less what
> he
> > > does with his rear end. Subaru's are quality
> > cars
> > > but not my cup of tea. American made or I'm
> > hoofin
> > > it
> >
> > If you like American cars, I recommend you see
> the
> > USA in a Chevrolet !
>
> GM/Chevy is laying off thousands of Americans,
> while building new plants in China. Fuck them!

What do you drive? A Prius? Lol!

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: SUV buyer ()
Date: June 22, 2019 06:09AM

No way Ray Wrote:
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>
> GM/Chevy is laying off thousands of Americans,
> while building new plants in China. Fuck them!

GM had to lay off 14,000 American workers right before Christmas last year. GM simply can't build a decent vehicle and they are letting companies like Honda, Toyota and Subaru kick their ass. This sucks.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: My opinion ()
Date: June 22, 2019 07:31AM

The new Ferrari F8 Tributo. The last of the mid-engine Ferrari V8 without hybrid drive. Looks and sounds awesome too. Don’t be a fag and register it in Montana. If you can afford to buy it, you can afford to pay your share of property taxes on it.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: MAGA PRESIDENT ()
Date: June 22, 2019 09:10AM

The Beast of course.
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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Toyota good ()
Date: June 22, 2019 01:06PM

Any Toyota is a good choice, they are built with American labor and parts. I have had had 3 of them over the years and easy to get 200k plus on them just with routine maintenance. Also they will deal with you. just pick the one you want and go online and price it, then use that as your starting point in negotiations. Good luck.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: New car smell ()
Date: June 22, 2019 01:12PM

I would get a brand new 1987 Yugo GV.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Jillian ()
Date: January 21, 2020 02:44PM

We had a need to sell an old Nissan car, and on the advice of friends, we turned to https://junkcarsus.com/. Guys, they responded very quickly to our request. The car was quickly evaluated and was sold within 2 days. Competence, decency, calculation speed, full design of the car - we are satisfied!

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Subaru ()
Date: January 21, 2020 03:17PM

Would never own one again. less than 10 year old unit already replaced 3 lock actuators. Know one of the ones already replaced has gone bad again. Dealership replaced a headlight bulb. Went to get in inspected and it would not pass as it was installed wrong. Went back the dealership and they said this. I will put a sticker on it for free. But didn't want to correct what they did wrong. Next vehicle will be a Toyota.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: truck guy ()
Date: January 21, 2020 03:24PM

2020 GMC Sierra Denali pick up truck is looking nice. It's expensive but looks incredible in the highest end model with the funky, retractable step boards.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: 2015 outback ()
Date: January 21, 2020 03:40PM

Subaru Wrote:
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> Would never own one again. less than 10 year old
> unit already replaced 3 lock actuators. Know one
> of the ones already replaced has gone bad again.
> Dealership replaced a headlight bulb. Went to get
> in inspected and it would not pass as it was
> installed wrong. Went back the dealership and they
> said this. I will put a sticker on it for free.
> But didn't want to correct what they did wrong.
> Next vehicle will be a Toyota.

Just crossed 100k miles in my Outback, not one issue. Toyotas are great cars too.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Sissy boys ()
Date: January 21, 2020 05:16PM

2015 outback Wrote:
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> Subaru Wrote:
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> -----
> > Would never own one again. less than 10 year
> old
> > unit already replaced 3 lock actuators. Know
> one
> > of the ones already replaced has gone bad
> again.
> > Dealership replaced a headlight bulb. Went to
> get
> > in inspected and it would not pass as it was
> > installed wrong. Went back the dealership and
> they
> > said this. I will put a sticker on it for free.
> > But didn't want to correct what they did wrong.
>
> > Next vehicle will be a Toyota.
>

> Just crossed 100k miles in my Outback, not one
> issue. Toyotas are great cars too.



Toyota’s are for girls.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Lesbaru ()
Date: January 21, 2020 05:52PM

Subaru is for women that identify as he/him!
They also teach gym and wear teva sandals.
XY that drive lesbaru’s like to get pegged like Schiff.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Because You Asked ()
Date: January 21, 2020 05:58PM

For the progressive studs -
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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Easy answer ()
Date: January 21, 2020 07:13PM

I will take the Infowars Terradyne Ghurka thanks!!
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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Carfax ()
Date: January 21, 2020 11:07PM

Subaru’s were made for old lesbian women.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Jackoo ()
Date: August 31, 2020 01:28AM

I recently had a car accident. Thank God, everyone remained safe and sound. Now I want to buy a new car that is safer. I've looked at the best hybrid cars. These are economical, environmentally friendly vehicles. After an accident, first of all, when buying a car, I will pay attention to the security system.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: I'll take reliable ()
Date: August 31, 2020 05:45AM

Sissy boys Wrote:
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> 2015 outback Wrote:
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> > Subaru Wrote:
> >
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> > -----
> > > Would never own one again. less than 10 year
> > old
> > > unit already replaced 3 lock actuators. Know
> > one
> > > of the ones already replaced has gone bad
> > again.
> > > Dealership replaced a headlight bulb. Went to
> > get
> > > in inspected and it would not pass as it was
> > > installed wrong. Went back the dealership and
> > they
> > > said this. I will put a sticker on it for
> free.
> > > But didn't want to correct what they did
> wrong.
> >
> > > Next vehicle will be a Toyota.
> >
>
> > Just crossed 100k miles in my Outback, not one
> > issue. Toyotas are great cars too.
>
>
>
> Toyota’s are for girls.

Nigga please. I've had both Toyota trucks and cars and they are the most reliable vehicles I've ever owned. If you want to buck up and by a "manly" vehicle that's fine. But unless you are a mechanic, and can cheaply do all the repairs yourself, I will laugh at your ass when your manly shit breaks down on the side of the road and it costs you thousands of dollars to fix it.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: caritu ()
Date: November 09, 2020 06:39PM

To be honest, this is a really tough choice. I hope you know that cars are divided not only by color and body type? For example, I really appreciate the reliability of cars, as well as their soul. In modern cars, unfortunately, there is no soul at all. When you get into an old German or Japanese car, you find yourself in a completely different world. Even you yourself change ... For example, if you get into an old BMW, then you automatically become a gangster, if you get into an old Japanese car, then you become a drifter and a racer. I think that if I were choosing a car now, it would be something like https://www.jdmbuysell.com/product/1992-toyota-mr2-gt-s-coupe/. It would definitely be a coupe, as this is my favorite body! It seems to me that simply choosing the most expensive car would be foolish and reckless.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Bill Shiphrrr ()
Date: November 10, 2020 03:54PM

I also in love with Asian cars. They look awesome and they are powerful as well. I recommend you to pick several absolutely different variants and compare them as I did. You should think about the different parameters and parts of a car. For example, shock absorbers. You are searching for an article like here and read carefully. After that, you put "plus" to the best variant. That is how it works!

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Averora ()
Date: November 11, 2020 09:30AM

There are a lot of cars that you can buy but you need to think about the price and the segments of the cars because I cannot help you if I don't know more information. Anyways, if you think about Subaru then you may buy a crossover or a fast Impreza, or if you want a new model than you can mover to BMW 3rd sries or Mercedes C-class, which doesn't cost that much in comparison with higher segment. Personally I have both and I am very thankful, moreover they were brought to me from the official dealer with the help of Shippa, these guys really knows how to ship a car, moreover I had a GPS app in my phone and I could see where my cars were at that moment, that was really great!



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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: EVGWE ()
Date: November 11, 2020 01:45PM

A Smart Car with Hello Kitty livery.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Detroit ()
Date: November 11, 2020 02:43PM

If yo ass be froms balti-mo, buys a ka-rice-la 300.
Bet!
Youse can stuff a shit load ballots in da glove box my nigga!

Looters for Biden!

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Refuse and walk out ()
Date: January 11, 2021 10:45AM

Whatever you buy refuse to pay the process fee.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: EyeMO ()
Date: January 11, 2021 10:55AM

Wife and daughter have outback/ crosstrek and they are literally the most boring vehicles I have ever owned.
Crosstrek is cheap inside and both are slower than a pill addict's poops.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Possibly in the market ()
Date: January 11, 2021 11:39AM

I could easily afford to buy almost any mass produced vehicle on the market today for cash. Yet I have chosen to drive a set of vehicles now ranging from 9 to 24 years old. Those two are probably connected. You get more bang for the buck each year between the 5th and 15th year of a vehicle than from the first three.

Still my Ford pickup is starting to show its age. I no longer need something to do that kind of heavy hauling. I would want something that could handle the Home Depot and equipment rental runs or carry a load of top soil. Any thoughts about the Toyota Tacoma?

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: venting gas ()
Date: March 08, 2021 09:05AM

Bill Shiphrrr Wrote:
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> I also in love with Asian cars. They look awesome
> and they are powerful as well. I recommend you to
> pick several absolutely different variants and
> compare them as I did. You should think about the
> different parameters and parts of a car. For
> example, shock absorbers. You are searching for an
> article like href="https://atfulldrive.com/bilstein-4600-vs-510
> 0">here
and read carefully. After that, you
> put "plus" to the best variant. That is how it
> works!

Great ! I am shopping for a used Daewoo.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: zzzz ()
Date: March 08, 2021 10:50AM

Why buy a nice car in this area. I have dodged the following things in the roadway:

Shovel, rake, chair, countless mattresses and box springs, tires with and without rims, cardboard boxes, ladder.

Mostly on the Fairfax Parkway and 66 out to 81.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: KWEWK ()
Date: March 08, 2021 11:27AM

NY Driver Wrote:
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> Anything Toyota. Our family has always owned
> Toyota’s and they LAST! Very reliable if you
> don’t need anything too flashy


Except Tayotos always get stolen b/c they're worth allot of money when they get taken apart.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: 0p[;908 ()
Date: March 08, 2021 01:12PM


drop dead your using biden money


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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Tundra Mann ()
Date: March 09, 2021 08:04AM

last 21 years: In 2000, new 4Runner, went to 260,000 mi at trade in. In 2009, traded in the 4Runner to buy a 2006 Tundra with 60,000 on it. Out the door at $16,000 with the trade in. In 2015, traded in the 2006 Tundra with 250,000 miles for a 2008 Tundra with 80,000. I paid $15,000 out the door with the trade in. The 2008 Tundra is up to 215,000 miles, drives like a Caddy, has balls with eight cylinders and 4X4 when needed. It's all Paid off. Since 2015 when I bought it: Three sets of new tires, new brakes three times, three tune ups, synthetic oil every 5000...That is it. I want to get a new/used truck but this one looks great and keeps going. I think I will wait till 250,000. Think about that; three vehicles for 21 years with over 700,000 miles. Minimum repairs. Great trade in values! Morals of the story: Toyota, Toyota, Toyota. If you want a truck, why a Tacoma over a Tundra? One mile per hour gas mileage? Not with less room, size, and balls when you need it. Best used cars/trucks are Toyotas with 60-80,000 miles. By then, Consumer Reports have a great feel for all used models of any maker. When you buy used in a smart way, the last sucker lost $5,000 driving a new one off the lot. The last driver helped select the best ones to buy with low mileage. You get a great deal and car/truck and save $10-15,000.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: ColinColinC ()
Date: June 11, 2021 10:58AM

Personally, being a fan of old cars, I think I would take one of them. Anyway, at the moment I have a Toyota and I don't need anything else, but I plan to buy an antique car in a few years. After a tour through British motoring history and I was so excited that in a maximum of one year I set out to raise the necessary money and buy. On that tour I saw over 100 British Classic cars, from the days of the Austin Seven up to the latest McLaren and it was something really amazing. Did anyone here go there?



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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: 34y4y ()
Date: June 11, 2021 09:51PM

don't

they are up the ying yang with chinese parts made to fail and cost a ton of money - just after warrantee expires

they are made to call police if you speed, or shut down if an officer pushes a remote button

they are made to communicate with "smart traffic lights" and satellites without your knowlege

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your next car: should be an old car

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: AlexParton ()
Date: June 24, 2021 04:20AM

Is there anyone here who loves off-roading? It's just that not long ago my friends took me with them on this adventure, at first I didn't want to, but already when we were driving off-road I realized what they get pleasure from, it was cool. The only thing is that I crashed and damaged the bumper. It's good that they are experienced guys and advised me Bumper Stock. I found a lot of useful things for my SUV there. So if you suddenly need some details, I think you can safely refer to them in the store.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Leandro ()
Date: July 16, 2021 07:32AM

Hello everyone, there are many cars that I would like to buy myself, but I cannot afford it due to the high cost. Therefore, I have to buy the cars that I want only in a maintained condition. Every time I buy a car, I check their history by the Vin code, this is very important. To check I use the carfax alternative service. I can say that if, when checking the code, you find a data mismatch, then this should alert you. It is best to refuse to buy such a car in order to avoid problems in the future.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Volvo! ()
Date: July 16, 2021 09:57AM

Get a Volvo.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: ArnoldWilder ()
Date: July 22, 2021 06:50PM

Oohhh... My dream car definitely is the 2010 Lamborghini Reventon. It had a limited production run of 21 units so that just makes me want it that much more. It's so beautifully designed and so well thought. I think it was inspired by stealth military jets or something. Although it's my favorite car, I'll still never get it. A more realistic choice for me would be a Mercedes S-Class. Though it's still expensive, at least it's not so hard to get. Just like my wife keeps telling me: the Lamborghini is the Birkin Bag of cars. Anyways, if I'd theoretically end up buying it, I can't even imagine how much the car tax would cost me. I'd have to ask my guy over at https://www.car.co.uk/check-car-tax, haha.



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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: ArnoldWilder ()
Date: August 18, 2021 03:19AM

Thanks for the information.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: JamesKing ()
Date: August 18, 2021 03:20AM

In my opinion the best car to buy in 2021 is Hyundai Elantra 2021. It has fun New N and N-Line Models. Generous Backseat Space. Available as a Hybrid. Excellent Fuel Economy Numbers. Standard Wireless Smartphone Integration. Sleek New Exterior Look. Driver Aids are Standard. SEL Trim is Fully Loaded. A wealth of technology features are standard, including wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. I have already ordered this car, and it will be delivered by this shipping company guardianautotransport.com. Those are my insights about that car. Hope they will be useful.



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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Bob bitchin ()
Date: August 18, 2021 06:34AM

1973 white Cadillac Eldorado, Landau top, diamond in the back, spoke rims, road to rim whitewalls. A real nigger mobile

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Chiikkos ()
Date: December 06, 2021 06:52AM

Buying a new car is just a beautiful moment in anyone's life. But I don't think it's still worth spending money on an entirely new vehicle, and it's costly. Overpaying for good cars is often not worth it; it's easier to find a used one for a lot less money. I recommend in this context - Best off-road vehicles under 20k.



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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Hiskarius ()
Date: April 02, 2022 05:38AM

I want to buy a car for my family, my family is big enough. What would you advise me to buy? I'm a little limited in funds, maybe I would even take a car on credit.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Hiskarius ()
Date: April 02, 2022 05:43AM

Is it worth buying a sedan, or is it better to consider SUVs in general? Am I thinking about buying a used car or a new one? I can't decide which is more reliable yet. And to be able to put the kids in it.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Nolumas ()
Date: April 02, 2022 05:46AM

It is better to buy a Mini-Van for a family because a sedan is not convenient to travel with children. Even when only two of them, they can take up so much space. Well, this is my personal opinion, my brother bought a Toyota Sienna XLE, a very comfortable car. He bought a used car https://www.rollsauto.com/used-vehicles from this car dealership. He took credit for the car, about $350 a month. The total cost of the car came out to 22 thousand. But the engine is very good and powerful. It's most important.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: DannyVento ()
Date: April 05, 2022 11:02AM

Yeh, I have subaru. It's the best car I've ever had. It's a monster under the hood. If I buy a new one, it will be only subaru.

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Posted by: Lexus or Toyota ()
Date: April 05, 2022 02:32PM

I gotta to go to with Toyota or Lexus. I have a 10 year old Rav4 v6.it’s reliable it has 150k plus. Never needed to have a major repair. Just tires, brakes (rarely) and I keep up with oil changes every 5k. No need to touch the trans oil or diff oil, it all synthetic and the maintenance book doesn’t call for it. As another plus it has a timing chain not a belt so that’s a 400 dollar pain in the ass not needed. Gas mileage is ok mid 20s average. I expect to get another 50k plus out of it or more. I know people who have routinely get 200 to 300 k out their Toyotas all on regular maintenance. My Wife drives a Lexus same reliability it’s has 80k on it now and looks and drives brand new. So I will go with Toyota and Lexus in the future. Both built from American parts and labor.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Truck Guy ()
Date: April 05, 2022 08:51PM

2022 GMC Sierra Denali pick up truck is looking nice. It's expensive but looks incredible in the highest end model with the funky, retractable step boards.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: JamesSok ()
Date: April 06, 2022 03:53AM

I'm a fan of BMW. My dream is M5.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Endymar ()
Date: April 06, 2022 04:26AM

HI. I dream to buy Ford Mustang. It's the best car for me. My brother has the same.

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Re: Buying a new car...
Posted by: Fluntence11 ()
Date: April 18, 2022 03:16AM

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Posted by: DoraAST ()
Date: May 25, 2022 07:43AM

Everyone here will have different opinions, so I advise you to look for information here https://www.replicarclub.com/ But the opinion is.Hyundai Genesis G70 is the optimal model in terms of price and quality. But only those who choose comfort and design, and not a well-known brand, will buy a car. Just compare the characteristics of any business sedan with the Genesis G70! This model is the best thing you can buy in business class! And at a relatively adequate price. The main disadvantage is low liquidity and, as a result, a strong drop in price over time.



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