I drive a 97 Ford Escort (replaced by the Focus) wagon. Cheap and hasn't seen a shop yet, other than for oil changes.<br><br>Here's a possible info source.<br><br>Or, maybe more your speed:<br><br><br><br><br>
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I can speak for the Jeep my grand daughter drives one.<br><br>upside;<br>All electric you get about 3 hours per charge and goes from 0 to 3 mph in about 10 seconds, seats 2 and the windshield does fold down. Rear drive with good traction<br><br>downside;<br>The Barbie Radio sucks<br>Could use more sporty rims<br><br>
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Honda Civic- hybrid if you want to spend the extra dough.<br><br>The mileage is great, and it just feels like a solid car- very well put together....<br><br>My .02<br><br><br>[color:red]5.19.05 - The 'Jedi Slaughter' tour begins!</font color=red>
I'll add one more to iRock's list...<br>CarsDirect<br>First I checked their prices and then when went to my local dealer I knew approximately what price I should be paying.<br>I used it a couple years ago however when prices on CarsDirect seemed to be a better deal than now.<br>For small cars my favorite is definitely Honda.<br>The Toyota Prius is a hybrid with maybe the best mileage of any car but the Prius is pricey for that same reason.<br><br>If price and mileage is not an issue, I highly recommend the Ferrari Enzo.<br><br>
Hey! Thanks a lot everyone. I'm going to use the links to check out the cars recommended this week. I won't be buying anything until probably July though. I just want to start getting an idea about what I'm up against. With the exception of Tiger I think my Apple habit will have to be curbed for a while.<br><br>So, its true that I can get a good warranty on a used car? I could probably save a lot of cash doing that, and its unlikely I would own this particular car more than three years... just a hunch. I'm betting we've got some great fuel efficient cars within just the next few years and I'll probably want to upgrade then.<br><br>
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