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2000 Indica V2

2010 Tata Sumo

2017 Tata Zest

After using Tata Indica, which was launched in 1998 in India, its fuel efficiency review could not be resisted by anyone in the world. In the year 2000, I bought the newer version of Tata Indica with new improved features. I then shifted to an SUV that was and awesome experience in driving and comfort. Tata Sumo had the greatest safety with the car like ride. 

Tata Zest became my recent choice to use it daily for my office and home journey. It is the most exciting sedan car in Sri Lanka

 

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I have now these private cars:

Mercedes benz S Class
Mitsubishi Montero Sport
Peugeot 3008 
Audi TT

 

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Cars I purchased from 2009-2016.

2008 Hyundai Tucson

2011 Fiat Grande Punto

2013 Chevrolet Cruze

2010 Volkswagen Golf

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Years of Driving: 6 years

Cars I've own(ed): 2008 Cobalt Lt (had rare options for a cobalt), 2008 GMC Sierra Ext cab 4x4 (my baby until i traded it in to help my dad buy a 2014 f-150), 2003 Oldsmobile Bravada AWD (still own it just not road ready), and a 2014 Chevy Cruze Ls (with stick shift)

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2019 Tesla Model 3 (3 weeks old) 😊. Long range, RWD, red exterior, white interior, white rims, full self driving hardware (software to come later this year, fingers crossed). 325 mile range. The only vehicle I should need for the next few years (until I can upgrade, that is!)

I never had much of an interest in cars but now that I have one I'm in love with I figured I'd join a forum. If anybody is interested in buying one I'd be happy to answer questions, and I'd greatly appreciate it if you used my referral code to get you and myself 1,000 free supercharging miles. PM for details if you wish. 

 

 

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On 12/2/2015 at 9:18 PM, Keith87 said:

You guys must be very very good at deal hunting. Otherwise you guys must have no common sense.

 

My list much less impressive.  bout 8 years driving.

 

2008-14 2002 cadillac deville - Sold because of the maintenance costs

2012-12 1995 Nissan Sentra - Temporarily drove it and got it all certed up for a gift to a friend

2013-15 1994 F150 XL - Long box - Still own it

2013-15 2000 Chev cavalier - bought it for winter beater sold it as is, frame broke on next owner

2014-15 1989 Firebird Formula - Still own it

 

That's it for me, and if I had the money to buy somethen less than 3 years old, I would keep said vehicle for atleast 5 year span.

 

Regards,

Keith

I'm sure there's a few more, but that's pretty much my list. I still have the latest Golf now and I think it's the longest I've owned any one car lol!

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1986 Chevy Monte Carlo SS
1992 Ford F150 5.0 XLT Regular Cab 8ft bed
1996 Cadillac STS
2000 Toyota 4Runner
2004 Ford F150 4.6 STX Regular Cab 6.5 bed
1999 Cadillac DeVille D'Elegance
1990 GMC Jimmy V1500 4x4
2016 Ford F150 5.0 XLT Ext Cab 6.5 bed
2004 Subaru Impreza 2.5 Rally Sport

if ATV's count
2000 Suzuki Quadracer
2001 Kawasaki Prairie
 

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All of the cars that I've driven on a regular basis are these, in order from best to worst.
1. Renault Laguna Coupe. It's a blend of everything I love about cars. The 4 control system makes a Miata seem like a boat. 

2/a. Peugeot 508 RXH, Luxury, power, economy, all road 4x4. A little unreliable, but what surprised me is that the parts are cheap at the official dealership, despite that the car costs 46 000 euros.

2/b. Renault Laguna 2, I had the restyling version which had it's problems fixed, and that was the most reliable car ever. 500 000 km with just a single bushing failing. Never opened engine, and it was still running like a clock. I used it to tow my boat( 600kg), a full roof rack, and a double sit on top kayak(100kg) on top of it, with 4 passengers. It had 430 000km at the time and took it like champ, driving 140kmh on the road and getting 8l/100km. If I am ranking it on reliability and ride quality only, it's no 1.

3/a. Alfa Romeo 159, a great car with a heavier nose than I'd like. Bad fuel economy in town, great outside.

3/b. Jeep Cherokee/Liberty 2.8crd, a bona fide off roader with a great engine tailor made for the car.Very economic for a 2.5 ton car. 7.5l/100km on highway, 12l/100km in town. I was hammering it and it never went over 8l/100km on twisty roads. Reliable but a REALLY crappy ride quality with bad seats, and no locking differentials, that's why it falls below the other cars. Car of choice for a Mad Max scenario. It is never going to fail you, and it can tow a trillion pounds.

That's it for the good cars.

Mini Cooper S, nice to drive,relatively slow and very unreliable with huge appetite for fuel. Interior falls apart.  Blend of the worst parts of a BMW and a Daewoo. Handling is the only thing that is good.

VW Fox, this is the worst shit I've ever seen.


I am now looking to build a speed monster. I am looking at a few cars  as a platform for a K series Honda engine. A sleeper Lada Riva is a likely candidate. It's got rear wheel drive, and I would replace the suspension and every other weak link, of which there are plenty on an old slow car like that. I am going to have to replace everything with aftermarket parts and weld bars on the chassis to tighten it up. A lot  of fabricating, but I can do it. If I go crazy, I might even make it mid engine. 

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