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  1. I am looking to buy my first manual car. I am stuck with deciding which car I should buy. I am thinking of getting one of these vehicles: • 7th generation Honda Accord euro • 8th generation Honda Accord Euro • 2nd generation Mazda 6 • 1st generation Mazda 3 • 2nd generation Mazda 3 • 2nd generation Kia Cerato I need a car that is: 1. Reliable 2. Cheap to maintain 3. Good on fuel 4. Good amount of power/speed These vehicles are around the same price range for me. Which would you recommend I buy? If you have any other recommendations that I haven't listed, please comment them.
  2. I have a video but it won’t let me upload it so if anyone needs to see it please lmk, but the engine is knocking and I can tell if it’s the piston slapping or if it’s the rod knocking.
  3. I'm 18 and I've only had 1 manual. It was a 2003 dodge stratus r/t. 5 speed. I'm looking at this 2005 Pontiac gto 6speed manual. I'm wondering if there is any difference between driving a v6 and v8 manual. (Except the obvious doubled horsepower, and extra gear.) Will it need shifting early or more time to shift? I just want to to know if I'm going to have to re-learn anything
  4. Hey, so I'm a college guy, 24 years old, 6 ft. tall and have a slipped disk in my back due to a car accident almost 2 yr ago. I need to commute to college almost every day that takes about an hour and some change back and forth. I am basically looking for a manual transmission vehicle with either good seats/lumbar support that is easy to work/learn on, so far I have boiled it down to a Honda Accord because I love the seats since I don't really fit too well in a civic si (haven't been able to try out the type r) a Subaru Outback 2010 or newer because of the redesign/seats/lumbar support and overall look. what are some of the issues I should look out for? Are there any other manual cars I should be looking into? I was also looking into a Kia Rio. I am not looking to drop jaws wherever I go I just need a car to basically get me from point A to point B. I also not a fan of technology for the most part. And lastly, it would be fantastic to find a car that can also house 4 people comfortably who are also roughly the same height as me. any suggestions?
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