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Hey guys,

Im a sophomore in highschool and my grandpa said that he’d let me buy a car for myself. I worked 3 jobs over the past few months and made a total of $4,863. I have absolutely no knowledge in vehicles nor do I know what’s considered good or not. Ive been trying to do research but I always get sidetracked by other cars or other details. Could somebody tell me a car which I could purchase with low maintenance and high fuel economy? Below are some of the cars that I absolutely want but I’m not sure if it would be a good idea for a beginner like me to get them.

honda s2000, subaru brz, toyota 86, nissan 350z/370z, acura rsx, sw30 mr2, 4 gen mustang, scion FR-S, mazda miata, and other cars like that.

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On 3/23/2021 at 2:28 PM, Fiesta Subaru said:

Subaru BRZ earns top marks in four out of five IIHS crashworthiness evaluations. It is fun to drive, has great handling dynamics, and quick enough comfy seats. Get the most updated deals and offers from the most Trusted Subaru Dealership in Albuquerque NM.

Thanks a ton! I was so lost because there are so many types of cars and types of maintenance that I don’t even know where to start. I wanted to start somewhere to see if this hobby is something I enjoy, so i really can’t thank you enough!

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If you are a student, I think you can consider buying a motorcycle like r15 v3. After all, the economic capacity is limited, and the repair and maintenance cost of a motorcycle is relatively low.😏

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8 minutes ago, Cicili said:

If you are a student, I think you can consider buying a motorcycle like r15 v3. After all, the economic capacity is limited, and the repair and maintenance cost of a motorcycle is relatively low.😏

I really do want a motorcycle license and I tried my absolute hardest to convince my grandpa to let me get one because it costs less than $800 to get a bike license and bikes tend to be much cheaper than cars... However, since my mom and dad died in a motorcycle accident when I was younger, he is very detested in me getting one. I understand where he is coming from which is why I don’t want to pry and bring up memories which should stay buried. I am planning on purchasing a dirt bike for recreational use though at some point in my life!

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