What car do you drive?

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#1 Edited by Rb26G35 (6 posts) -

Go!

#2 Edited by foxhound_fox (85306 posts) -

#3 Edited by TheFlush (5324 posts) -

Fiat 500 (mine is exactly like this one)

Corvette C6 (this is mine)

#4 Edited by LJS9502_basic (148561 posts) -

2014 version of this make and model.....

#5 Edited by tofu-lion91 (13481 posts) -

Toyota Yaris called Viktor :)

#6 Edited by Fightingfan (38011 posts) -

I drive a Kawasaki Ninja. It's my only legal means on transportation at the moment.

$7 a week gas bill, and I use high octane-non ethanol :D

#7 Posted by AutoPilotOn (7406 posts) -

I have a 2010 Nissan rogue

#8 Posted by ferrari2001 (16298 posts) -

I drive a 2014 Ford Fiesta..

#9 Posted by deeliman (1859 posts) -

@ferrari2001: I thought you'd post a pic of a ferrari... was deeply dissapointed

#10 Posted by ChiefvsGordon (1069 posts) -

2006 dodge charger sxt

#11 Edited by ferrari2001 (16298 posts) -

@deeliman said:

@ferrari2001: I thought you'd post a pic of a ferrari... was deeply dissapointed

Oh I wish.. My $40,000 a year salary doesn't quite put me in range to afford a ferrari.

#12 Posted by k2theswiss (16217 posts) -

I drive a 2014 Ford Fiesta..

how is that fiesta? is on my list of choices as kinda looking for a new car

~

currently driving 2000 grand am

#13 Posted by ferrari2001 (16298 posts) -

@ferrari2001 said:

I drive a 2014 Ford Fiesta..

ow is that fiesta? is on my list of choices as kinda looking for a new car

~

currently driving 2000 grand am

I very much enjoy my Fiesta. The Gas mileage is great, the ride is fantastic and the car is light enough that the 140 hp engine gives it plenty of power. I bought mine with the heated seats and the touch screen entertainment system as well and those are huge pluses that add a lot to the vehicle. For the price it's definitely a difficult car to beat.

#14 Edited by k2theswiss (16217 posts) -

@ferrari2001 said:

@k2theswiss said:

@ferrari2001 said:

I drive a 2014 Ford Fiesta..

ow is that fiesta? is on my list of choices as kinda looking for a new car

~

currently driving 2000 grand am

I very much enjoy my Fiesta. The Gas mileage is great, the ride is fantastic and the car is light enough that the 140 hp engine gives it plenty of power. I bought mine with the heated seats and the touch screen entertainment system as well and those are huge pluses that add a lot to the vehicle. For the price it's definitely a difficult car to beat.

thanks, Ya price point on them is great plus

assuming you bought it brand new. So may i ask what was the final price point you got it at? since dealerships in U.S is a complete joke

#15 Posted by ferrari2001 (16298 posts) -

@ferrari2001 said:

@k2theswiss said:

@ferrari2001 said:

I drive a 2014 Ford Fiesta..

ow is that fiesta? is on my list of choices as kinda looking for a new car

~

currently driving 2000 grand am

I very much enjoy my Fiesta. The Gas mileage is great, the ride is fantastic and the car is light enough that the 140 hp engine gives it plenty of power. I bought mine with the heated seats and the touch screen entertainment system as well and those are huge pluses that add a lot to the vehicle. For the price it's definitely a difficult car to beat.

thanks, Ya price point on them is great plus

assuming you bought it brand new. So may i ask what was the final price point you got it at? since dealerships in U.S is a complete joke

After taxes i got it down to around $17,000. This was right after release for the fully loaded SE Sedan model. Now that it's been several months there are more rebates so you could probably get one around the 16 range.

#16 Posted by Fightingfan (38011 posts) -

@deeliman said:

@ferrari2001: I thought you'd post a pic of a ferrari... was deeply dissapointed

Oh I wish.. My $40,000 a year salary doesn't quite put me in range to afford a ferrari.

You can afford a 308 GTS.

#17 Edited by k2theswiss (16217 posts) -

@k2theswiss said:

@ferrari2001 said:

@k2theswiss said:

@ferrari2001 said:

I drive a 2014 Ford Fiesta..

ow is that fiesta? is on my list of choices as kinda looking for a new car

~

currently driving 2000 grand am

I very much enjoy my Fiesta. The Gas mileage is great, the ride is fantastic and the car is light enough that the 140 hp engine gives it plenty of power. I bought mine with the heated seats and the touch screen entertainment system as well and those are huge pluses that add a lot to the vehicle. For the price it's definitely a difficult car to beat.

thanks, Ya price point on them is great plus

assuming you bought it brand new. So may i ask what was the final price point you got it at? since dealerships in U.S is a complete joke

After taxes i got it down to around $17,000. This was right after release for the fully loaded SE Sedan model. Now that it's been several months there are more rebates so you could probably get one around the 16 range.

thanks :)

#18 Posted by Pirate700 (46420 posts) -

'10 Nissan Frontier.

#19 Posted by Jd1680a (5824 posts) -

2011 Ford Fusion

#20 Posted by Nibroc420 (13546 posts) -

My own car...

What else would i be driving :S

#21 Posted by 4myAmuzumament (1336 posts) -

2001 Nissan Altima

since Obama and the NSA already know, i guess i can tell you guys.

#22 Edited by TacticalDesire (10698 posts) -

@Fightingfan said:

@ferrari2001 said:

@deeliman said:

@ferrari2001: I thought you'd post a pic of a ferrari... was deeply dissapointed

Oh I wish.. My $40,000 a year salary doesn't quite put me in range to afford a ferrari.

You can afford a 308 GTS.

He technically could if it was really important to him and he made enough sacrifices, but even so it'd be close to a year's worth of his salary. It's tough to find 308s under 30k, and many go up to 40k or above.

#23 Edited by Chutebox (35687 posts) -

13 WRX (hatch)

#24 Posted by Fightingfan (38011 posts) -

@Fightingfan said:

@ferrari2001 said:

@deeliman said:

@ferrari2001: I thought you'd post a pic of a ferrari... was deeply dissapointed

Oh I wish.. My $40,000 a year salary doesn't quite put me in range to afford a ferrari.

You can afford a 308 GTS.

He technically could if it was really important to him and he made enough sacrifices, but even so it'd be close to a year's worth of his salary. It's tough to find 308s under 30k, and many go up to 40k or above.

Well, I mean't financing.

Just drive around in a dealer/transport tag for a year :P

#25 Posted by Braun_Roid_Rage (630 posts) -

97 Supra twin turbo & 2006 Maxima.

#26 Edited by GazaAli (21490 posts) -

No German cars in this topic, I'm deeply disappointed.

As for me, I drive nothing. We sold the car a while ago.

#27 Edited by jun_aka_pekto (14756 posts) -

2006 Hyundai Sonata GLS V6 sedan

2006 Honda Odyssey Touring minivan

2013 Nissan Rogue SV crossover SUV

We were going to trade in the Odyssey for a 2013 GMC Acadia. But, we decided to keep it instead and go for the Rogue. The pedals on the Acadia (and other big SUVs) felt too heavy for the wife.

#28 Posted by foxhound_fox (85306 posts) -

@deeliman said:

@ferrari2001: I thought you'd post a pic of a ferrari... was deeply dissapointed

Oh I wish.. My $40,000 a year salary doesn't quite put me in range to afford a ferrari.

Pontiac Fiero kit car.

#29 Posted by foxhound_fox (85306 posts) -

You can afford a 308 GTS.

If that's all he bought in a year and didn't have to pay for gas or maintenance over the life of him owning it. The cheapest Ferrari's are still ridiculously expensive.

#30 Edited by GoogleAndroid (124 posts) -

1998 Ford Crown Victoria LX. This is a picture I took right after I bought it. I've since replaced the headlights and put in headrests from an 03.

#31 Posted by LexLas (4132 posts) -

@TheFlush said:

Fiat 500 (mine is exactly like this one)

Corvette C6 (this is mine)

This Vette Rocks !!

#32 Edited by LexLas (4132 posts) -
#33 Posted by Wilfred_Owen (20681 posts) -

2012 Chevy Sonic. It shall serve me well in Angleland.

#34 Posted by shellcase86 (1694 posts) -

2005 Altima (auto) and 2012 Sentra (6 speed)

#35 Posted by HuggyBear1020 (445 posts) -

Currently driving a 2011 CX-9 Grand Touring. This is what it looked like when I drove it off the lot.

#36 Posted by ninjastar (9484 posts) -

I drive a Kawasaki Ninja. It's my only legal means on transportation at the moment.

$7 a week gas bill, and I use high octane-non ethanol :D

I'm jealous, I want one of those.

I have a Mazda.

#37 Edited by ferrari2001 (16298 posts) -

@Fightingfan said:

@ferrari2001 said:

@deeliman said:

@ferrari2001: I thought you'd post a pic of a ferrari... was deeply dissapointed

Oh I wish.. My $40,000 a year salary doesn't quite put me in range to afford a ferrari.

You can afford a 308 GTS.

He technically could if it was really important to him and he made enough sacrifices, but even so it'd be close to a year's worth of his salary. It's tough to find 308s under 30k, and many go up to 40k or above.

Yea If I was going to be spending 30-40,000 on a car I'd get a new BMW 3 series.

#38 Edited by Fightingfan (38011 posts) -

@ninjastar said:

@Fightingfan said:

I drive a Kawasaki Ninja. It's my only legal means on transportation at the moment.

$7 a week gas bill, and I use high octane-non ethanol :D

I'm jealous, I want one of those.

I have a Mazda.

It's great, but only downside is I have to grocery shop with a bookbag. Though, I usually have my bookbag on at all times. Stay clean shaved so people don't think you're a hobo.

Best part is hoez be mirin' >.>

#39 Edited by Fightingfan (38011 posts) -

2014 version of this make and model.....

If I had kids/family - I would probably buy that too.

A lot of car for like 22k.

#40 Posted by TacticalDesire (10698 posts) -

@TacticalDesire said:

@Fightingfan said:

@ferrari2001 said:

@deeliman said:

@ferrari2001: I thought you'd post a pic of a ferrari... was deeply dissapointed

Oh I wish.. My $40,000 a year salary doesn't quite put me in range to afford a ferrari.

You can afford a 308 GTS.

He technically could if it was really important to him and he made enough sacrifices, but even so it'd be close to a year's worth of his salary. It's tough to find 308s under 30k, and many go up to 40k or above.

Yea If I was going to be spending 30-40,000 on a car I'd get a new BMW 3 series.

Yeah...though I have to admit I'd be pretty tempted to buy the 308. I have always been a huge fan of them, and tbh the 308 is a car I definitely want to own at some point in my life. Having said that I certainly can't fault you for going with the BMW 3 series:P. I am also used to driving around in a slightly difficult, impractical, and outdated car:P.

#41 Posted by ssvegeta555 (2232 posts) -

Meh, my car is nothing special. I drive a 1990 Ford Taurus. :P

#42 Edited by Kage1 (6720 posts) -

2002 Mustang GT

#43 Posted by Nengo_Flow (8782 posts) -

one of these

#44 Posted by __Kaine__ (1305 posts) -

I drive a Hyundai Veloster Sport like this one..

#45 Posted by Solid_Link22 (5552 posts) -

Kia Soul 2011

#46 Posted by destinhpark (4700 posts) -

I bought a Hyundai Accent myself when I was 18, worked my ass off for it but got it with only 5K on it. Little car but it worked for what I used it for (which was driving around in a very small town.) Now I live in Chicago so I sold my accent and I actually kinda scored because I got my dad's vintage BMW. Nothing fancy or flashy, don't get me wrong, but it's a fun one to drive :) i'm happy with it.

#47 Posted by jrmorgan23 (54 posts) -

Currently driving. Wasn't planning on getting a new one but...

Some ass hole did this to me and...

I had to have that done. Good times.