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  1. Hey there, I have narrowed down what I'd like in a car to this: - Not boring in design, looks sporty - Under $7k - Fast (preferably at least 200 hp and a sub 5 sec 0-60 times if possible) - As reliable as possible - Automatic - Can handle well in snow (i'm from Wisconsin) Thanks, any help is appreciated.
  2. I am in the market for a new car. I recently had a 2003 V6 Mustang, but it was leaking and other issues so I’m looking to upgrade. I found a 2001 V6 Firebird and a 2000 GT Mustang. Which car is more worth buying? I am also considering a SE Charger if that is any better. Any help is appreciated. Links: Firebird https://www.cargurus.com/Cars/inventorylisting/viewDetailsFilterViewInventoryListing.action?sourceContext=carGurusHomePageModel&newSearchFromOverviewPage=true&inventorySearchWidgetType=AUTO&entitySelectingHelper.selectedEntity=d466&entitySelectingHelper.selectedEntity2=&zip=74033&distance=150&searchChanged=true&modelChanged=false&filtersModified=true#listing=246185375 Mustang https://www.cargurus.com/Cars/l-Used-2000-Ford-Mustang-c179#listing=248378253
  3. Hello members of Car Forums! This is my first time posting on this forum so please do forgive me if I sound too new. This isn't my first car purchase, but it's the first time I really feel connected with the process and involved, so I wanted to make sure I came to the right place. I'm looking to buy a used car with about a 8,000 max budget and today I ran into something that I wanted to ask some knowledgeable people about. A used dealership (a pretty well respected and legit one) near me got in a pair of 2011 Ford Fusion Hybrids today for $8500 each. They are in immaculate condition inside, have brand new looking tires, and only have about 40,000 on the odometer. The cars came from a fleet so they are both equipped the same. The owner of the lot said he only has them priced where he does due to the fact that they both definitely have some hail damage. This doesn't bother me, as I know it can positively effect price for the buyer without much of a downside beside aesthetics. I was wondering what you all think about even looking at an 8 year old hybrid car. I test drove one of the two and it seemed to be quite the exquisite experience. Everything was perfect, worked perfectly, sounded perfectly...(there was barely any sound at all) I know batteries are a concern as well as the CVT but they really do seem to be nice cars. Any opinions, thoughts, or concerns?
  4. Hello everyone! As the title might explain i am looking for some help to choose which used car which be the best for me and for the money, i do not know especially much about cars so that is why i am reaching out for help from you guys. The cars considered is : Porsche cayenne 2012 ( around 90 k's usage ), Porsche Panamera 4 2010 ( around 80 k's of usage ) Audi SQ5 2014 ( around 70 k*s of usage ). I definitely looking for a car which has comfort, as me and the family of 3 do a lot of driving vacations, but at the same time i would like a " boys dream " and everyday car as well that can hit the gas and eat that corner when i want it too. What i am really looking to answers about if is anyone have any experience with any of these vechicles personally? Any flaws from fabric i should be aware about or any other things to consider? and the driving experince of course. I know the Audi is a lot newer than the panemera etc, but since the panemera did not change until 2013 and still has this amazing look inside, it just doesnt looks old in my opinion. But at the same time the Audi do has more in build features and the panoramic roof which i love,, also cheaper to maintain from what i can read. Also i kind of got into these compact suv stuff that is going on and just love the way you sit in a suv. Which the panemera of course do not offer. As mentioned i did also consider the Cayenne as is kind of has both, but i am not sure if the size gets too big for 3 people and city driving. For info this is the first "expensive car" i ever bought, so really hope you can help a fella here on he's way to the right purchase. Happy day everyone.
  5. I'm looking to purchase a sedan in the coming weeks. I've narrowed it down to the vehicles below. I need some help making a final decision so please offer up your input. Thank you. Here's the parameters: Must be under $20,000 Must be a 4 door sedan Automatic preferred but manual okay Must be under 40,000 miles Black interior(cloth or leather) preferred Here's what I am considering: '16-'17 Accord Sport or EX I like the styling and they are super, super reliable and easy to repair. I don't like the lack of power and FWD. '15-'16 Mercedes Benz C Class Love the styling and interior. Decent power. Concerned about reliability and repair bills. '14-'16 BMW 3-Series Love the styling and interior. Decent power. Can get the AWD model for similar price to RWD. Concerned about reliability and repair bills. '14-'16 Audi A4 2.0T Premium Quattro Love the styling and interior. Decent power. Concerned about reliability, repair bills and electronics issues. '15-'16 Infinity Q50 Premium I like the styling. Plenty of power with the V6 motor. The interior kind of sucks. Reliable/proven Nissan motor. '16-'17 Cadillac ATS 2.0T AWD I like the exterior styling. Reliability is a slight concern but repairs shouldn't be as expensive as its European counterparts. A little underpowered, to get the V-spec you have to add about $20k and they are rare. Interior is so-so. Don't know if I should get the 4-cyl turbo or the 3.6L V6? I'd love to hear what you guys think? Or what you would personally choose if you were in my shoes. I'm also open to other suggestions as well. Thank you for your time and help.
  6. Factors important to me in terms of decreasing importance... 1. MPG (40+) 2. Monthly Payment (250 or less) 3. Cruise Control 4. Bluetooth 5. Comfort for long drives 6. Trunk space/folding seats Factors that don't matter to me are.. 1. Brand name, 2. Color availability, 3. Fuel type I'm looking for something under 16k (new or used). Preferably used.
  7. So I'm currently looking to get a coupe and so far my top choice so far is buying a Fiat Coupe 2.0 20v Turbo Plus (Limited Edition) for its uniqueness and rarity. I'm also looking into the TT, Celica or MX as my other options. So lets stick with the Fiat Coupe for now (though I'll take other advice/suggestions on-board) I've searched high and low for reviews, of which haven't really helped me at all. So I'm now asking on here for a decent and honest answer to my question. The car is in an immaculate condition (from what I've seen anyways), its got 118000 miles on the clock. Had a new clutch at 106000, new cam belt at 102000 and a new turbo at 86000. I've read that though generally the car is amazing, the coupe can suffer from electrical issues and that repairs are costly due to lack of parts. So any help would be appreciated, again an honest answer, not just a 'Yes, do it' or 'Look, I have one so...' Thanks
  8. So I'm looking for a new car, and have done a TON of research. I'm going to go test them out and look at them physically within the next week or two, but I want other peoples opinions I'm going to type out the list of possibilities, my price range goes from $0 to about $60,000, so if you know of a car that is better than the ones listed, let me know THANKS! 2013 Subaru WRK STI (4 door) - 2013 Subaru BRZ - 2013 Scion FR-S - 2013 Dodge Challenger srt - 2013 Camaro zl1 - 2013 Mustang Boss - 2013 Cadillac ATS - 2013 Nissan 370z - 2013 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution - 2013 Audi TT-RS
  9. Lets say there is a discount on the MSRP and the warranty can be applied to the closest dealership.
  10. Hey guys this is my first post on the forums, I look forward to getting to know some of you guys and hearing your responses. So anyways, here is my problem. My first car is a 2006 Nissan Altima 2.5S Special Edition, and while its a great first car, I just want something I could work on and make my own really. Recently, there have been many cars popping up around my area for sale that are of equal value of the car, around $5500. I have been trying to persuade my parents to allow me to trade this Altima, which has been completely paid off, for a 1998 BMW M3 which is for sale for $5000. The BMW has less miles, and would be much more fun to drive daily. Any thoughts of how I could make a valid argument as to why the trade would be a good idea? Thanks in advance. -Tim
  11. Bear Tintz want nothing but the best for their customers, keeping a consistently good customer relationship is very important. So Bear Tintz guarantee complete satisfaction with premium quality window tints on all their jobs aswell as lifetime warranty, hence Bear Tintz are often recommended. Enquiries and quotes given, Please call: 07826841950 Tinting Benefits: Keeping Cool – Tinting can reduce the heat inside your car in the scorching summer months by up to 60%. Stay Healthy/ Avoid Eye Strain – Direct sunlight and the associated UV rays doesn’t just cause long term damage to your skin and accelerate ageing, it can also cause skin cancer over a prolonged period of exposure. Reducing harmful UV rays by up to 99% by installing quality car tints will keep you healthy. Insulation - In winter or a cold period, tints will help your vehicle stay insulated due to adding a thick layer of film to your glass. Young Children/New Born - Tints benefit them, especially due to their skin still developing, blocking as much sunlight and UV rays will keep their skin healthy. Shatter Proofing - Tinting your vehicle will help shattered glass hold together upon impact Safer Driving – Tinting is a shield for your eyes and prevents glare from all sources of extreme light, helping you keep your eyes on the road Enhanced Privacy – Keeping a low profile in some parts of town is always a good idea. Tinting gives you privacy, contents within your vehicle are hidden because no one can see in. Security/Theft Prevention - Thieves won't be able to see your belongings and break-ins will be make extremely hard due to shatter proofing. Prevent Cracking & Fading To Interior – UV rays and direct sunlight can turn your upholstery into a mess within few short years, but did you know this is highly preventable? Tinting prevents your car from getting hot enough to warp, fade, or crack and blocks up to 99% of harmful UV rays from entering. Unique - Make your vehicle stand out from the rest. Many vehicles come standard but once you have tinted your windows, your vehicle will definitely differ from all the others of your make. Also there is add ons such as smoked headlights and sunstrips that can make it stand out even more. Saves You ££££ In The Long Run – Tint keep you car cool meaning less use of your cooling system, which when in use can drain up to 10% more petrol. Adds Value To Your Vehicle – Tinting your windows can add value to your vehicle if you ever decided to sell it. You can even add these benefits to you vehicles description. Optically Clear – Bear Tintz high quality film allows customers to see out as normal but from the outside no one can see you in (applies to darker shades too such as limo black). Quality - Bear Tintz using high quality film, therefore you get strength, durability, no bubbles, no dye and strong adhesive which means no peeling. Tinting improves all makes & models - It does not matter what car you have and what colour it is, because with a variety of shades your car can have the right tint applied to make it look great. For referrals check out Bear Tintz on google maps
  12. Hey friends, I am thinking of investing in a website for my budding automobile dismantling business. Option 1) Responsive and mobile friendly design. - $180 http://www.templatem...demo/43713.html Option 2) Nonresponsive design (not mobile friendly) but it has 3 columns which is something I prefer - $180 http://www.templatem...demo/41594.html Does it matter what the website even looks like as long as you get your car part? I sell used european car parts. Please help me pick out which template is best for selling car parts to you, as a car part buyer. The link below contains more themes I am interested in purchasing: http://www.templatem...magento-themes/ Does anyone purchasing using their mobile devices? Thanks!!
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