Official 'What car(s) do you drive?' Thread

JAG

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09 Toyota Yaris. Put 25,000 on it in less than two years so really hoping it lasts a good 250,000
 

TheSilencer1313

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My daily driver: 2002 Ford Mustang V6




1984 Thunderbird 5.0 Elan



All posters eat your heart out, except for the Bronco guy of course :)

Tried to post pics, but it wouldn't link to pics posted on facebook.
 
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Chris-L

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02 Toyota Camry V6.

Has just over 85k on it and runs perfectly fine. I've had to replace... A battery, tires (last March I had to replace all 4 of them. Ouch. But it was really needed), an air filter, and a light bulb in the almost 4 years I've had of owning it. That's all! Compare that to a Ford that my parents had, they were spending nearly $500+ every 6 months on repairs.

It may not be flashy, but it's pretty powerful (V6), roomy, and just doesn't have crap breaking down (knock on wood). It's a Toyota.

Just a heads up, your car will need a timing belt, transmission flush, and coolant flush at 90k miles. start saving.
 

Harambe

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I drive a 2009 Mazda CX7 Touring w/ electronic AWD

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Very nice car to drive a distance. Great in the snow, too. Leaves something to desire where gas mileage is concerned, but the responsiveness, comfort, and turbo charger mostly make up for it.
 

Duck Rodgers

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Only 2 or 3 of you I would neg rep if I were more of a neg repper for your choice of cars. I can respect the whole spectrum from beaters to sports cars as long as you still show relatively decent taste.
 

Stoked

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Only 2 or 3 of you I would neg rep if I were more of a neg repper for your choice of cars. I can respect the whole spectrum from beaters to sports cars as long as you still show relatively decent taste.
Which ones?
 

Stoked

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lol if you guys cant figure out which ones you deserve the negs too ;)
A few things.

1. I don't want to go back and read the whole thread
2. Everyones taste is different
3. It isn't always up to what you would like to drive. Sometimes you just have to be thankful you were able to get that old ugly clunker.
 

dalamon

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My daily driver: 2002 Ford Mustang V6



1984 Thunderbird 5.0 Elan



All posters eat your heart out, except for the Bronco guy of course :)

Tried to post pics, but it wouldn't link to pics posted on facebook.
WTF All this time I thought your avatar was a picture of a chic!!!!
 

bigb

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Our family car is an 05 Tahoe with about 110,000 miles. Looking at going to a Suburban. My work provides me with a 99 Silverado 1500 with 165,000 miles.
 
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