Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Green Shirt, Dec 8, 2013.
2004 Jeep Liberty.
Bright red '96 Ford Ranger XLT with extended cab.
2011 Ford Escape (Grocery getter, hauling stuff, dog, etc.)
2013 Chevy Camaro (mine, all mine, I tells ya!)
2001 Yamaha V-Star Classic (mid-life crisis toy from 8 years ago)
I have the 2008.
My car is a 2001 Volkswagen New Beetle. My parents' cars are a 2007 Toyota Rav 4 and a 2004 Mercedes C class.
Still driving and loving my 2011 Volvo C30, pictured here up in the Santa Fe National Forest... This is a blend of sexy and safety on four wheels... Cannot say enough good about this car. I'm sad that it couldn't find a place among the lesser hot-hatches and has evolved into the V60, but the plus is that it will remain unique.
We don't have a car anymore. We sold it before we moved to NYC and haven't missed it. Before that we drove a 2003 Saturn Ion.
My wife has a '10. Great vehicle, just goes and goes in the snow. We see many good years ahead.
For me: 2012 Nissan Frontier, short-bed crew.
2010 Mk. 6 VW GTI, with the dual clutch transmission. So. Much. Fun.
I have a 99 Toyota Camry and my wife have an 02 Toyota Sienna. The Camry has 190,000 miles on it, so I'm thinking I have a new car in my near future.
2009 Hyundai Accent. Green apple!
I have a 2005 Ford Focus station wagon (or 5 door or whatever they call it now). My husband's is a 2011 Subaru Legacy.
I'm definitely a Ford fan - have had two Fords (the other a 1980-something Taurus), a VW (1969 Beetle) and a Pontiac Sunfire, and the Fords just seem to fit me best.
I have 2 Fords - 2012 Ford Focus. I got it standard shift. It's a dark metallic gray. It's a lot of fun to drive and gets great gas milage (36-38 mpg)
I also recently bought a 2013 Ford Escape. Nice ride. Very comfortable and quiet. Doesn't have much guts off the line, but it climbs really nice at higher speeds. And it doesn't do bad on gas either (30 - 33 mpg). I got this one used (an early lease return with 15,000 miles on it) for about $11,000 of new sticker price. It was a great deal.
Ford's making a nice car these days, especially for the price.
I don't, on the odd occasion I need a car, I tend to rent a Vauxhall Insignia or similar - large but cheap.
I rented a Ford Focus for a month and loved it. What a great little car! This is my funny looking car that I love (Nissan Juke like I posted earlier).
Never bothered to learn to drive and at 50 I'm unlikely to.
Volkswagen Polo, winter red
Currently though I have VW Golf MkIV TDI. If/When I change, I'll probably end up staying with the same group.
My Saturn has 140,000 miles on it, and I'm hoping to get about 100,000 more out of it.
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