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What do you drive and what do you like/dislike about your vehicle? This info might help someone in the future.
White 08 Armada
Perfect size for the family, seats up to 8, plenty of leg room front and back, has third row if needed, solid sound system, AC and volume controls front and back, plenty of power, if you lay down third row it has a huge storage area for going on vacations etc.
MPG 19 hwy 15 city, not much room behind third row if all your seats are taken, check engine light stays on because the gas caps suck on these things.
Not my pic below but this is what mine looks like.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Red Goodman 17 months ago
"Nobody makes me bleed my own blood, nobody!"
2008 Saturn Aura
Wife 2008 Saturn Vue
72 Cutlass 442
2000 Honda Accord SE.
-I've owned it for 7 years now, and I've put MAYBE $600 total into maintenance/repairs.
-Efficient gas mileage.
-Reliable as all hell. I got it with 80K miles on it and I've put another 40K on since then, and at this point I'm just planning on driving it into the ground. The longer it lasts, the nicer the next car will be.
-Easy modding. I put in a great new sound system myself, and I'm no mechanic. A couple hours reading some manuals and on the internet and it's a piece of cake.
-The clock in the dash isn't backlit.
2006 Scion tC
The Good: Fun to drive, handles well, easy to work on.
The Bad: 19/25 MPG, only 300 miles on a full tank.
About to sell it and buy a Mazda3.
Same '99 Infinite QX4 I drove in high school. She's holding out pretty well, downtown Charleston is pretty small so I pretty much walk everywhere but I drove it to Jacksonville 2-3 months ago and it was fine.
1997 Land Rover Defender 90 LE:
-will drive through, over, into anything
-gets 8 MPG
2012 Chevy Tahoe LT:
-its a flex fuel so its better than the rover on gas
-handles extremely well
-One con is that it's black and people on the highway think I'm an unmarked cop car and slow down in front of me...pissing me off
RIP Lil Julio
White 2002 Nissan Frontier has about 220K miles on it and still runs great.
I was taking a pic of the dog but you can see it in the pic. 2011 z71 Lt
Hope to get that out of my armada, but I do miss driving a truck some tbh.
2005 Subaru Impreza WRX STi
The good: Around 400hp, 0-60 in about 4.0 seconds, and sounds like a truck. The AWD is beyond incredible in the snow. People either love it or hate it. I get lots of "thats a sick car" and "nice Honda, queer" at stoplights and gas stations.
The bad: It wasn't designed to be daily driven on rough pavement, so the ride and noise can get old (although, extensive sound deadening has helped tremendously). Gas mileage is horrendous, especially for a 4-cylinder (average around 16mpg, low 20s on the highway). Lots of attention from the cops, I've been pulled over around 12 times in the past year for various BS reasons.
This post was edited by STiHokie48 17 months ago
2011 Ford explorer, great ride but I hate the ''Sync" system. It never seems to work right.
2011 Buick Regal, just wish I would have waited till the turbo model came out. This car has no pickup.
Urban 2 Hoke 0
This post was edited by Lesticals 17 months ago
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Fully loaded Cadillac CTS
I'm totes jelly
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
Telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
Dodge Ram 1500 extended cab....cherry red....
Yea the first thing my and my fiancé need to get when we get married is a new car. We're looking at SUVs and trying to find a small one with good gas mileage. We wil trade either mine or her 2005 Nissan Sentra with over 100K miles on it on. Still trying to figure out whether mine or hers would last longer.
2013 ChevyTahoe LTZ, black. Just got it three weeks ago.
Pretty much everything is good about it IMO. Haven't really had it long enough to have any problems.
This post was edited by TroyTide 17 months ago
Edit: ya I didn't make it...but still a cool picture amirite?!?
This post was edited by fat x nub 17 months ago
2012 BMW 335xi coupe.
Love everything about it, extremely fun to drive.
Me: 2007 Toyota Sienna
Wife: 2006 Infinity Qx 56
I love my minivan and the big Infinity is mostly just an around the town ride as the gas is a frickin fortune for that thing.
You see that sign that says 'Rib Tips'??
2007 Infiniti g35. Looking to twin turbo soon.
Also have a 2001 Toyota tundra
I'd really love to get a good 2002 BMW M3 for a good price.
Doak listen man I'm a guys guy but let me just tell you that you should seriously consider a Toyota RAV4. We cried when we had to sell ours we liked it so much. Perfect for a small family, great gas mileage, stylish, drives smoooth and has MAJOR get up and go. V6 engine in a lightweight SUV. You need to test drive one for sure.
2007 Honda Accord V6 EX
Gas mileage is good for a V6, about 18-20mpg driving around town, and 30mpg on the highway.
In dash navigation/stereo w/ Sirius XM
Good enough power for getting around folks on the highway
Nothing really. Had to have a rear brake caliper reassembled because it was sticking, but other than that the car has been great.
Pros: no doors, fun to drive, can get through anything.
Cons: no doors, no ac (but I don't have the doors on 99% of the time anyways, so it doesn't really matter lol)
I've put A LOT of work into her, did everything myself, from the lift, to the welding, winch, lockers, gears....
This post was edited by OHSethIO 17 months ago
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