JTK66
jtk66
11/12/19
10:44 AM
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I’m literally talking to someone about buying a car and just said exactly what you did. Buy a Korean car over Nissan. Toyota/Honda are still better, IMO, but if you’re looking at a certain price point, say $10k, a year or two Korean car is the best bet. Read more

11/12/19
10:39 AM
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2003 Nissan Maxima my dad bought when I was in high school that I learned to drive on. Was a well made car with a ton of power at the time for a midsized sedan. Too bad everything since 2005-2007 has been worse and worse. They were one of my favorite brands and they broke my heart! Read more

10/31/19
3:06 PM
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If they can find a really nice Mazda Protege 5 that would be my pick. I had one new back in ‘03 and it still brings good memories. They were solid cars. 

10/24/19
2:02 PM
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Really it’s all probably just a thinly veiled marketing exercise to make sure an otherwise uninspired car has better chances of selling” Read more

10/16/19
3:59 PM
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It was a bad call by Trump obviously to call out Renault but I think the point is they (the EU) put up barriers against American manufacturers while we don’t reciprocate on their items here. The only “French” automaker here is Bugatti and even that’s VWAG owned. 

10/14/19
11:37 AM
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Presented well? Putting up a car with 2 years worth of brake dust presented well?

10/14/19
11:35 AM
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Paying that much for a car this expensive new where the seller doesn’t even clean the wheels for pictures isn’t really a great idea. Read more

10/13/19
4:45 PM
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Sheesh! I know people who bought them at MSRP around St Louis. Guess our market isn’t as stellar as Cali but I’d freaking drive here for that!

10/13/19
4:41 PM
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Back in 2001/2002 Mazda dealers put $2500 “Market Adjustments” on Tributes. Crazy times!

9/23/19
4:54 PM
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I liked the red. I ended up getting one with the red exterior which they don’t offer red interior on (which is too much red). I got a nice Rotor Grey interior and not black. 

9/17/19
11:12 AM
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David - even if GM is profitable they are (at least trying to be) smart enough to realize it won’t last and they’ll need to be better to resist another recession. UAW seems to always live like there never will be another one until there is and then they’ll cry and say it’s GM’s fault they aren’t profitable. 

9/12/19
5:24 PM
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I wish I was about 5 years earlier and I would’ve enjoyed the new 2nd Gen Eclipse.

9/11/19
5:45 PM
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33% owned I believe by DaimlerChrysler. They pretty much co-developed all their products with Chrysler at the time too. That Eclipse was a re-bodied Chrysler Sebring coupe and vice-versa. Oddly though the Sebring Convertible at the same time wasn’t related to the Coupe or Eclipse Spyder!

9/11/19
5:42 PM
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Being in High School from ‘01-’05 I can confirm this. I hated that gen so much then as I do now. 

9/5/19
3:01 PM
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The answer seems to be, again, GTI. Get a 2019 with a nice 6 year bumper to bumper warranty. You could get one fully optioned for under $30k now with rebates/money off. There’s plenty of rich people who buy GTIs too. Read more

9/5/19
11:20 AM
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I loved the ‘08's color and wheel package. Great looking wagon!

9/5/19
11:13 AM
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It’s her right to leave and negotiate more money, it’s there right to offer what they feel the people would accept the job for. I’m not sure what this is about other than saying they didn’t value her enough so she left? That’s a gamble the production company can make. It’s contract work, not salary employment anyway Read more