That’s why you buy only if you’re going to keep it for a long time then pass it down to your kids or relatives. I do that.
American car makers are their own worst enemies and always have been.
Yes. But do you get your choice of toppings?
Buyer wants car that will last 10+ years, “Expert #2" recommends used German car. I don’t think so.
Not really, but the chances of him actually handing this darn thing down to his kids, which by the way don’t even exist yet, is slim. So I figure he should just enjoy the car for now.
How was a used Porsche Cayenne not on the list?
Shop around and compare quotes. But keep in mind the markup on the Fit is small, so don’t expect several thousand off.
He has the same throwing motion as someone heaving a Molotov cocktail.
I wouldn’t be surprised if they didn’t offer a manual. Any time I’ve been in the market and asked for a manual the dealers have looked at me like I had snakes growing out of my head.
And your one is well under-budget too. I wonder how many Bentley Azures are for sale at the moment?
I switched my kids to front facing child seats around 2.5 years and my son to a booster when he hit 4.5. I’ve had sedans (Mazda 3, and two WRXs), and there is no way for the kid to fit in a rear facing seat after a certain size. Besides, I also like the fact that the kids were able to climb into their own seats around… Read more
I’m really, really excited to take one of these for a test drive in the fall. There are finally some lease deals being advertised on them (well, at least on the 2.0T models that I’d be shopping since the GT trim levels are out of budget). It’s sad though that people really aren’t buying/leasing them at all. I’m… Read more
God I hope that has the green interior.
the stinger is okay but it ain’t one of these luxurious sport sedans
You’re number one bad thing is also a problem in the Forester. Yes, an SUV has this same problem. Car makers hate boosters. On another topic, Volvo sells a boosters, so perhaps a V60 is the answer