What kind of car do you drive?

United States
August 26, 2009 9:14am CST
I have had many cars including a jeep, mustang, mercedes, and now I hav a toyota Land cruiser. I am almost ready to buy a new car and I just wanted to know what you guys drive and how you like it. Thanks!!
6 responses
• United States
26 Aug 09
I recently traded a 2000 Kia Sportage which had given me a lot of problems for a 2004 Honda Element. The Element is hugenormous inside, handles well, is comfortable and according to pretty much everyone I've spoken to about them, Hondas are ridiculously reliable cars. My mechanic told me before I got it that I should get a Honda or a Toyota because they can go far longer than pretty much any American cars without having any significant problems with the engine as long as you do regular maintainance.
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• United States
26 Aug 09
I have a Jeep Liberty but i would not recommend on buying it as there is no rear AC in this car at all and it gets pretty hot outside in the summer time no matter where you live and with no rear AC I'm sure its hot in the back on my jeep. I am also ready to trade in my car but with no job i don't think its going to work any time soon, but am ready to do so and i would really like to get a used Lexus or even the Toyota Camry as those are really nice too. I am ready to go back to a car as i used to drive a mustang but i was having problems with it and needed a new car and i always wanted the jeep but now I'm done with this jeep and need to get something new and hopefully i can find a job soon so i can trade it in.
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• Estonia
26 Aug 09
I haven't got a car yet, but I used to drive to work with Toyota Land Cruiser. I can say that it is quite comfortable car, I like that leather interior, beige color makes it look luxurious. Driving on board that car is a real pleasure I think. I wonder, what do you think about this car?
• United States
26 Aug 09
I love the car and it runs as well it did when I bought it in 2001. The only problem is the inside is starting to fall apart.
• Estonia
26 Aug 09
Well, I feel sorry for interior of your car, it must be painful to see something beautiful collapsing. But I must admit it looked quite gentle too, I was always afraid to dirty the seats with my working clothes.
@ucue2008 (926)
• Malaysia
26 Aug 09
I have a Malaysian made car called MYVI. It small, affordable and cute. I love the car and it never gives me any problem. Once I drive and I don't even realized that I sped at 130km per hour, and when my father know about it, he was so shocked, he unable to say anything.
@iriscot (1290)
• United States
26 Aug 09
I am a General Motors fan myself, I have owned 3 buicks and now drive a 2000 Buick LaSabre that I find very economical to drive, easy to handle and comfortable to ride in, during long trips. I will probably buy another Buick when I wear this one out. In the past I have owned Fords, Pontiacs, Chevies and haven't had the experience of owning a Japanese or Korean built automobile, but I understand they make a very good product.
@KMPierce (165)
• United States
26 Aug 09
We've owned many cars as well, but always go back to the BMW. They are very reliable and hold their value. If you buy used with low miles they really are not that expensive. We currently own two BMW's and love both of them.