2011 Kia Soul, bought used last year. It's got room for 4 with ski gear and I can get it up to 36mpg on the highway. Great car, though I know next to nothing about cars. Planning on taking it on a cross country road trip next spring.
I have moved up to an 89 Ranger, while the wife has a 2010 Kia Sedona. The kids have moved out, but the daughter still drived the 2000 Neon I bought in 2001 and gave her in 2003. My boy has a 99 Taurus. I am considering the move to a Kia Soul myself. Hard to give up the pickup though
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I just recently bought a '10 Nissan Rogue with 32,000 miles for $17,000. It was actually cheaper because the dealership took my '04 Stratus in for about $2,500. I've never had an SUV before, so this is a little new to me.
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Originally posted by piemanThe piewife traipses the kids around in the 2005 Chrysler Town & Country with the cool Stow and Go seats.
I drive the 1997 Mazda Protege with 110,000 miles, because I am wicked cheap.
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Still wicked cheap and drive a 2007 Subaru Impreza.
The piewife and the piesons drive the 2011 Kia Sorento. The piesons only drive this one because they can't drive the standard shift Subaru! Bwahahahaha.
I LOVE stick shifts! Back in '97, I wanted to get a brand new Dacotah Sport Club Cab. They had only been out for a year, but I loved them. Thing was, the package and color I wanted wasn't available ANYWHERE in the continental US, so I had to order one and wait for the factory to make it. Since we were going that way, the salesman, (my former boss and good friend), said I can do pretty much anything I want, so we went they the checklist. When he asked me what tranny I wanted, I said stick, to which he came back with: "You realise that as soon as you drive off the lot you'll be taking $7,000 off the value of the truck right there?" (cuz not a lot of people want sticks), so, I opted for automatic. Drove it for 11 years and 210,000 miles. I miss that truck.
Another example is my thumb rollerball mouse at work. No one messes with my computer cuz they hate my mouse. ;-)
Originally posted by geemoneyI just recently bought a '10 Nissan Rogue with 32,000 miles for $17,000. It was actually cheaper because the dealership took my '04 Stratus in for about $2,500. I've never had an SUV before, so this is a little new to me.
My current ride is a 2008 Rogue SL which I bought new. It's a bit quirky, but I love it. At 216,000 miles, it is easily by far the most reliable car I've ever owned.
Originally posted by drjayphdSince this thread's last bit of activity, I bought a 2008 Honda Civic. Almost 185,000 miles later...
Hey, I bought one of those, too. Not as many miles yet, but I'll probably get there someday. B^)
Just recently finished paying it off. Of course leading up that I got all these mailings telling me I could upgrade to a new car without increasing my monthly payment. Well, yeah, just having to make a ton more of them....
Baseball roadtrip w/ 2 buddies. We'll fly into Chicago, then drive immediately to St. Louis. From there, we go to Kansas City, then back to Chicago. We'll hit up the Royals, Cardinals (vs. Phillies), and finally the White Sox.