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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by gekko, Dec 13, 2005.
which DO you prefer?
ah! i knew i forgot one. i love toyota. and chevrolet, and acura...
ok. here's another question:
which do you prefer... and why?
I like my Toyota because it is reliable and is very economical.
ditto on Toyota -- and it holds together just about forever.
Saturn. Love my wife's Saturn. Looking to get a new Saturn VUE. Drives great, excellent mileage, and no dents in the body!!
My brother who is a car mechanic told me that you can buy one Toyota or two Fords or Chevrolets.
My Camry has 170,000 and has never failed yet. All I have ever done is to change the fluids, timing belt, adjusted the valves, starter contacts, CV joint boots, batteries and tires. I have a Tundra and have never replaced anything except the fluids and tires.
Ford - family tradition.
I can coutner that. My Ford Contour has 130K miles on it and hasn't needed anything aside from normal maintenance. Then again, I'm religious about maintenance. Many people wait until the "oil" light starts buzzing.
Make mine a Ford.
I drive an Escort, the missus has her Expedition, and our daughter drives a Taurus.
Nissan for me. Any Nissan. When I was in the Philippines, it beat just about any car in terms of cooling system.
Second, Toyota. It's made to last forever.
ack! ford? haha. im through with ford. i've had too many problems with them... i have a 89 chevy blazer now, and its purrin like nothin else er'day. thing of beauty and a joy to behold forever
Anything that will get me where I'm going!
1. My wife drove 288000 muiles on a Toyota Corolla in the early 80s.
2. I am now driving a Subaru with 192000 miles on it.
Two good cars!
Honda all the way.
HOLDEN ALL THE RECORDS!!!
MY GIRL!!! (1984 Holden Commodore, 3.3l (202ci)
Pontiac for me! It's a family thing. My grandparents have a '73 Firebird, my mom has a Grand Am, and I have a Sunfire (purple of course)!
Honestly-whatever runs well, doesn't look too shabby, and is a reasonable price, etc. In short, something that is practical. Although I do like the idea of the superior safety of SUVs (minus the ones with rollover issues). I would prefer a car that is not really small as it is most endangered in an accident. A Ford Tempo type of car is probably my choice, but I picked other in the poll due to my current needs of practicality. Ford Tempo is a practicality choice too
We own two Fords -- one Explorer and one Volvo.