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I'm looking to buy a new car in the near future and was wondering what you guys thought are nice cars that are not very expensive but are not shitty either. I really like Jeeps and right now I'm leaning towards a Jeep Liberty:
All your gonna hear is Subaru because they are actually good cars especially for skiers who drive in snow, need a car that will hold up, and has lots of room for gear. I don't know why everyone bickers that all your gonna hear is Subaru. Anyone who says Subaru is being helpful and honest. Unless someone is looking for a European sports car but obviously with this kids interest in a Jeep a Subaru is a fairly similar car used for similar things. Sorry guys for suggesting a car that fits the situation. Its like when people get mad at you for saying your favorite skier is T Wall. He's FUCKING filthy so why wouldn't you want him to be your favorite skier.
the 2011 jetta is 15 grand canadian
or for 25 theres the golf wagon tdi, gets crazy good mileage (42 mpg city 60mpg hwy) and awesome cargo space (more than an suv) and double sun roof that goes like the entire car
this man speaks the truth- theres a guy here in pa that daily drives a tdi at 23 psi for the last 45,000 miles- the motor itself has fucking 200,000 on it- I dont know many motors with 200k that can handle running big boost and getting the shit beat of them
the liberty is nice. so is the cherokee. i think you get a little "nicer" car with the liberty, but with the cherokee you get more cabability.
if you look at jeep dont even think about a commander. i drove one and i wanted to cry. it had no power and it just wanted to drive in straight lines. it felt like it had a limiter on the steering and a motor from a ride on lawnmower. maybe it was just the one i drove, i dunno, but it fucking sucked.
If you get a Jeep, get an OLD one (CJ5, CJ7, CJ8), not a newer POS. Personally, I recommend a Toyota 4Runner if you want an SUV. Fucking amazing trucks, and they last forever. Or possibly a used Land Rover, but once again, an older one. The new ones cost a shit ton to repair and are too luxury. If you're looking for a wagon, I'd look at Subaru's, as already stated, as well as the Audi Allroad, and Volvo XC70.
What he said. Reason: because ground clearance is nice to have and 4x4 will take care of snow. I'll put my Durango up against a Subbie and do just the same. Not as quickly but you can also tow stuff and towing stuff is nifty, manly, and useful. If you want a car then y
Depends on where you live. If its a temperate region, then get a honda. Their service and reliability are the best on the market. But if you're going to be doing a lot of snow driving then look into a jeep or something with a heavier build
fuck hondas iv had three hondas before and i hated them all....an accord, civic, and an oddesy...the minivan actually wasnt to bad but the other two are just plane slow as shit. So underpowered and very overpriced for the car that you get. Used they sell very expensive also. They are reliable tho and get relatively good gas milage
lol. arent you 14 dude? im sure you know o so much about cars/have experience driving them...
my mom had an 06, lease, they bought it out at the end, then ended up trading it in a few weeks later for a 2010 which was cheaper. for the price the liberty is a decent suv, but gets bad mpgs for sure, decent interior, the 2010 is light years better imo, btu still a solid choice.
well. Yeah. If youre looking for a gas guzzling speed racer then Honda isn't the car for you.
You said it yourself "They are reliable and get relatively good gas mileage."
For me, I'm all about efficiency and price. And hondas are hard to beat. We have had 2 crv's, two accords, and an oddessey throughout the past 20 years or so. They have been fantastic and we still drive them to this day. Perfect service, no problems and great gas efficiency. Its all about what you're looking for in a car