Posts:111 Rank: Addict Posted: October 19 2006 at 12:16 PM
Im with KMD on this one.. '07 CR-V is really good for its price, actually.
You get a reliability of a Honda and save $$ on gas. The interior is nice too.
Another option that I can think of is 2007 Toyota RAV4. Can't beat the reliability of Toyota, and same goes for gas.
Either way, get a brand new car, especially if you have 25-35K to throw out of your pocket. If you get a Honda or Toyota, you're not gonna worry about anything for at least 10 years. Except for regular maintanance, of course.
I have a question tho, why SUV? There are so many nice sedans out there you could get for 30K
Posts:111 Rank: Addict Posted: October 19 2006 at 02:12 PM
Well actually some might say that Hyundai is still in the process of becoming a reliable car manufacturer, but I think they're already there. They were there in 2002 already, its just that people still cant get over the fact that the quality of the product may change over the years
So yes, Hyundai is a really good choice also. You can go for a Tuscon for fuel-efficiency, or Santa-Fe for power (and it looks way better, I think).
And guess who has the best warranty out there? Hyundai. And it doesn't mean that your car is gonna break in a year
Posts:639 Rank: God Posted: October 19 2006 at 03:15 PM
i think the fit and finish of older hyundai's suck. the new vehicles they make are greatly improved...but its still a hyundai and thats just gay. the reason i dont reccomend the toyota is that as soon as u buy one, you become an insta-loser. north american suvs are nice too but the quality is lacking when compared to the japs. your best bet is the crv.
Posts:111 Rank: Addict Posted: October 19 2006 at 03:21 PM
KMD, look at my profile pics and name me a couple of things that are gay about this car. Please!
And faded, if you dont plan on having kids (thats weird but we wont go there), why the hell do you need an SUV? You could buy a nice M3 with this kinda money. Any sedan basically. Why dont you just get a 2007 Civic? In your pics you dont look big, so why do you need an SUV? I dont see a point of having a huge car if you're not gonna use the room for 100%.
Posts:157 Rank: Addict Posted: October 19 2006 at 05:23 PM
the new mazda SUV is looking very nice its turbo charged which is a plus its nicely loaded and i thin kthe top of the line one is jsut under 35K i am looking at it for myself actually too its a nice looking car with good options and pretty powerful engine but not a big engine so gas costs are reduced too