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What car do you drive?

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by cartisdm, Dec 23, 2010.

  1. D Yizz

    D Yizz Senior member

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    Just curious what you mean about the S60 being too small. I have two kids and they both fit fine in a mid-size sedan, even my A4 which has a tiny backseat.
    Yeah, I've always found those statements curious. My G35 still has space for an additional car seat!!![​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] If we need to haul stuff, we have the wife's Pathfinder.
     


  2. leftover_salmon

    leftover_salmon Senior member

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    There's already a thread for this in General Chat.

    I have a 2010 S4.
     


  3. Harold falcon

    Harold falcon Senior member

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    Car? Why would you want a car? '94 Tacoma 4x4 with 224,000+ on the odo.

    I had a Ford Taurus with a third of a million miles on it that was still going strong before it was killed in a car accident.

    Now I have a Jeep with 120k and I plan to drive that forever.
     


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    The lease on my Volvo S60 is up at the end of January, loved that car, but not big enough for two kids. We signed the lease before we had any three years ago.

    Wow, 2 kids in 3 years? Not too bad [​IMG]

    I drive an 08' Lexus IS 350. Couldn't live with the 250, couldn't afford the F and still buy shoes so I had to compromise somewhere.
     


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    Just got rid of an '04 Mazda RX-8 which I loved dearly, but was a lemon. Now I have a '10 Mazdaspeed 3, which is lots of fun to drive and has a fair amount of utility, but is decidedly made for 16 year olds.
     


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    A swift little subaru legacy. [​IMG] what ever, it's paid for....
     


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  9. NewYorkIslander

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    Just curious what you mean about the S60 being too small. I have two kids and they both fit fine in a mid-size sedan, even my A4 which has a tiny backseat.

    Yeah, I've always found those statements curious. My G35 still has space for an additional car seat!!![​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] If we need to haul stuff, we have the wife's Pathfinder.

    Between the two car seats, and double stroller, double diaper bags there's not much room left for groceries/shopping, let a lone another person. With the CRV, we have room for all of that, and a third person can get in and our far more comfortably. We did it for 1.5 years, so its doable, but the smaller SUV is just much more convenient, and much easier. No one knocking their heads putting in/taking out babies, stroller and everything else (hockey bag) fits so much better.
     


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    Between the two car seats, and double stroller, double diaper bags there's not much room left for groceries/shopping, let a lone another person. With the CRV, we have room for all of that, and a third person can get in and our far more comfortably. We did it for 1.5 years, so its doable, but the smaller SUV is just much more convenient, and much easier. No one knocking their heads putting in/taking out babies, stroller and everything else (hockey bag) fits so much better.

    Valid points, all. Having two very little kids adds a lot of crap to schlep on a daily basis. The stroller is the killer. My girls were born 23 months apart but both hated being in strollers from a very early age, so we ditched them. The strollers, not the kids.
     


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    Honda Civic. 2005, 2-door.

    BALLA!!
     


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