What kind of car do you drive??

United States
October 9, 2007 2:01pm CST
We just got a new 2007 Dodge Durango a few months back due to our growing family and we are now looking into a small truck/car to use when we all arent goign to be together to save on gas and what not i was wondering what you drive and what you like or dont like about the vehicle. Me personally i love our durango i have had my husband takien our intrepid to and from work because i dont want to be without the suv :) and it is soooo roomy for our family and my very very much shopping habit!
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15 responses
@carlaabt (3505)
• United States
9 Oct 07
We have a 2005 Chevy Malibu Maxx and a 94 Chevy S10. We bought the Malibu Maxx new while I was pregnant. At the time I didn't want a minivan, but now I wish we would have gotten one instead of the car. I like the car, but I just wish we had more room when we go home and things. We only have one child, but we also have two dogs that go with us anytime we drive home. Between two adults, a baby, and two dogs, along with luggage for two weeks and assorted presents taht we have to bring back that people buy for my son, our car just gets too crowded. The truck we have, my husband has had since he turned 16. He has wrecked it a couple of times, but it's his baby and I don't think he will ever get rid of it. He hauls a bunch of stuff sometimes, too, so we really need a truck anyway. We didn't have one for a short time (we traded in his 2003 Dodge Ram for the Maxx back in 2005) and it was bad. He was always wanting to get big things but we had no way to haul the stuff he wanted.
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• United States
10 Oct 07
LOl men and their toys my hubby is the same way when it comes to his vehicles especially older ones that have "sentimental" value to him , as a yoing mom 26 yr old i never thought id say this at this age but i would LOVE a mininvan with 2 kids and one on the way all the strollers shopping bags etc they really are family oriented!
@lilybug (21145)
• United States
9 Oct 07
I have a 98 Chevrolet Cavalier. I have had it since Feb of 98. It is only a 2-door which is very annoying when you are putting a baby in a car seat in the back. I want to get a mini van or an SUV to have more room, but that is not in the cards right now.
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• United States
10 Oct 07
Yes a 2 door doesnt seem at all that it is carseat convenient ! im glad i never had to deal with that i think id be walking alot more lol
• United States
9 Oct 07
Right now, I drive a 96 Pontiac Grand Am. It's big enough we can all ride comfortably and great on gas. The drawbacks are my stroller takes up most of the trunk and it's a pain leaning down to put my daughter in her car seat (my husband and I both have back problems). We're in the process of upgrading to an SUV. Right now, we're looking at Honda Passports and Isuzu Rodeos. They're both roomy so I don't have to worry about a stroller taking all my space. They're both higher up so it's less strain on our backs. They both are decent on gas for an SUV.
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• United States
9 Oct 07
Before this vehicle we had a kia optima a littel 4 cylinder great on gas but sooo compact however before that for 3 yrs we had a pontiac gran am and we loved it it was quite roomy or roomy enough that with 2 kids in the back they were comfortable but we too had the trunk problem thats why with this vehicle i like the fact we can fold down the 3rd row and expand our trunk space if need be and i dont have to worry that i forgot to take the stroller out before heading grocery shopping or something!
@ssh123 (31096)
• India
10 Oct 07
I have purchased a second hand Santro 2002 and it is a great family car. Only problem is it requires company service which is quite expensive. Otherwise the car is very nice, easy driving.
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@aowaow (1517)
• Indonesia
10 Oct 07
I just love my black Suzuki Aerio, not just like my past Honda Jazz. I like Aerio because it is more space room inside, but not too long in length and i prefer gasoline efficiency car. Changing the wheel from 55 to 50, and re-setting the carburetor jets to match the acceleration and top-speed. Because with 55, when manuevering high-speed at L turn, it's a bit hold the manuever. I don't do the shock and spring modification just like with my past Jazz, always oil leaked with the shock.
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@dreamy1 (3815)
• United States
10 Oct 07
I have a 2000 Mercury Cougar and a 95 Geo Metro (bought used last year). The Cougar is in another state and my mother drives it. The car I drive here is the Geo Metro. It's not so good on gas I probably need a tune up though. It will be a long time before I get a new car. I like to drive my cars until they completely die.
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• Malaysia
10 Oct 07
suzuki swift - my car, suzuki swift
i'm driving a suzuki swift, red in colour. bought it last february 2007. although i have a car, i hate to drive. lol. there are too many crazy drivers on the road and it scares me!:P i try to be the passenger rather than the driver whenever i can..hehehe... .
@lingli_78 (12836)
• Australia
10 Oct 07
my hubby drives honda accord euro 2006 the standard one... at the moment, we are very happy of the car because it is very spacious just for the two of us... :-) congrats for your new car and enjoy it...
@enemies (739)
• India
10 Oct 07
am like to drive big car just like Scorpios, honda CRV
• Philippines
10 Oct 07
I think bicycle is more convinient to use because it doesn't produce any smoke... It is also nature friendly.?.?.?
@ssf12ster (489)
• India
10 Oct 07
its a small car with lots of mileage 22kms per litre.anothe rone is a duo wagon r with a lpg gas tank factory fitted.my brothe ruses a swift diesel mid size sedan.no parking only in our house for them what apity!
@prazad (281)
• India
10 Oct 07
Sorry i do not have a car ;(
• Philippines
10 Oct 07
I drive a 2001 opel astra... it's a sedan... i like this although it's not that spacy... i love this car so much... i love driving it...
• China
10 Oct 07
I am a college student now,so I donnot have a car,but I like driving very much,I usually drive my friends'car,I will buy a car in the future after I have a job,at that time I will buy a HONDA CIVIS:)
@Kowgirl (3490)
• United States
9 Oct 07
I purchased a 2007 Camry Toyota in November 2006. It said it got around 34 to 36 MPG but I have been getting around 38 to 40 miles per gallon. I love the ease of handeling as well as all the safety features. It cost a lot less to get a Toyato repaired than any other USA car. My Camry was made in Kentucky (USA) and has more american parts than a Chevrolet or Ford. I am very happy with my Camry. Toyato is the only car I will ever buy.