- PLCParticipant@plcJoin Date: 2012Post Count: 400
Stay away from Chrysler Pt Cruisers! Mines been nothing but a nightmare this last week – actually, it's been a nightmare for three years.
I also found out that it's not a good idea to buy a 2 seater sports car if you're starting a family
JamieAndrew_AParticipant@andrew_aJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 392
Difficult getting those child seats into a 2 seater
Niisan Tiida here, nice and dependable. Recently met an agent driving a Porsche Cayanne, more inline with the image thing.DEVILZParticipant@devilzJoin Date: 2012Post Count: 33
Toyota Supra and Jeep wrangler on its way for wifeStormyMember@stormyJoin Date: 2013Post Count: 22
I drive a Toyota RAV 4 Cruiser, 2005 model. Its got heaps of extras but the big thing are the airbags so I feel my son is protected when he is in his baby seat.C2Participant@c2Join Date: 2002Post Count: 518
Dazz time to update again.
Decided to have a garage sale and only 3 bikes and 9 cars left but plan on letting another 3 or 4 cars go.RPIParticipant@rpiJoin Date: 2012Post Count: 308
I am currently upgrading the wife's Kia Grand Carnival, to another Kia Grand Carnival. I like changing cars personally, but with 5 kids finding vehicles that fit us and all our accompanying crap in is fairly limited. It is either the grand Carnival or the Chrysler equivalent. Tarago and Odessey have too small boot space.
DSamboRobertsMember@samborobertsJoin Date: 2013Post Count: 7
I've got a Hyundai i30 wagon, turbo diesel. 10 years ago I wouldn't have even considered a Hyundai, but this one's great. 47000km and average fuel consumption is 5.9l/100km.ConnollyParticipant@connollyJoin Date: 2012Post Count: 49
Commodore VX wagon in silver.
Somewhere to put my boards for surf trips. Is economical an I dont tear up when some wanker smacks his trolley into a panel. Owned outright so all monies can go to buying houses And getting shit done.Corey BattParticipant@cjaysaJoin Date: 2012Post Count: 1,010mattstaParticipant@mattstaJoin Date: 2011Post Count: 604
I don’t have a car because I choose not to – mainly because I’d rather purchase properties or put money into my businesses, but also because I work from home mainly, or am travelling. I think it would hurt me more to own a car and have it sit there not being used.JpcashflowParticipant@jpcashflowJoin Date: 2007Post Count: 575
I recently bought a Mercedes c200, really nice car!!!
my work requires me to drive allot, so I get allot back from tax etc.
My rule is invest hard, work hard and enjoy life.
no point not rewarding your self.JonParticipant@johnny99Join Date: 2005Post Count: 36
Saab 9 3 Aero 2000. It’s very fast, safe and built like a tank, massive boot, leather heated seats – voted most comfortable seats ever in a car and best of all cost $5000 a year ago and you don’t look like your driving a $5000 car!Steve McKnightKeymaster@stevemcknightJoin Date: 2001Post Count: 1,763
Nissan Dualis. I needed something easy to get in and out of, and it has great boot space with the fold down seats.
My wife drives a Toyota Avensis, but we are thinking about upgrading.
We drove a Mazda CX9 around in the US a few years back and loved it, but it did drink the juice like a thirsty sailor.
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