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What kind of car would you get?

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Posted: July 4, 2012, 3:37 pm - IP Logged

I am not sure what brand of car that I would buy.. I currently have a pontiac sunfire and definitely want another vehicle..


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    Thanks for the StarStarStarStarStar's Ronnie!!!

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      Ok, gr. NOW, Im thinking that I have to have one of these. And its all your fault. lol. lol. You are correct in that it only takes $1500 here, and $2000 there until it adds up.

      Finance anything less than $20k and payments are around $300. per month.

      A person could quit smoking, and get a new Mustang. Huh? 2

      Really?Light Bulb

        I quit smoking 26 years ago and I don't have one.  No Nod   If I quit the Pick3 I could get one.  No Nod

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        Posted: July 5, 2012, 12:43 am - IP Logged

        It was the "Hmph" that made me certain.

         Uh, no. I'd need $600 millions to ride THAT Sienna. I meant the SUV, not the VD carrier. ;D


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          Thanks for the StarStarStarStarStar's Ronnie!!!

              Glad to assist mc. All your threads are awesome audaciousness.   


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             Uh, no. I'd need $600 millions to ride THAT Sienna. I meant the SUV, not the VD carrier. ;D

             Shy Whistler OOPS, well I like the SUV too.






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                  Glad to assist mc. All your threads are awesome audaciousness.   


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              Your too kind.   Cheers


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                Your too kind.   Cheers

                  Show us your ride mc. Surley your not "waiting on the Lottery" to get some wheels?

                 

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                    Show us your ride mc. Surley your not "waiting on the Lottery" to get some wheels?

                   

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                      Show us your ride mc. Surley your not "waiting on the Lottery" to get some wheels?

                     

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                      Posted: July 5, 2012, 12:20 pm - IP Logged

                      Very nice mc, functional yet elegant.

                      Your neighborhood reminds me of growing up in Ohio.


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                        Very nice mc, functional yet elegant.

                        Your neighborhood reminds me of growing up in Ohio.

                        Thanks Ronnie. In the end, it gets you from point  A to point  B. My previous Mercedes was much larger (GL 550), downsized to save fuel and

                        lease payments. This littler guy is the ML350, still great performance, luxury and utility, just at a much nicer payment.  Yes Nod


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                          Thanks Ronnie. In the end, it gets you from point  A to point  B. My previous Mercedes was much larger (GL 550), downsized to save fuel and

                          lease payments. This littler guy is the ML350, still great performance, luxury and utility, just at a much nicer payment.  Yes Nod

                          Awsesomedillyfantasmic, I just googed "cheapest car on earth" and there were 10 but the coveted prize goes to this GEM as preferred mode of transportation in India.

                          This car is well thought out, and lots of patents have resulted from the creation process -- from the Nano's powertrain to the assembly process itself. Will this car ruin the world? Some voices say that more cars on the roads imply more pollution, which is hard to argue against.Tata Nano: 4-door hatchback. India. $2,497.


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                            Awsesomedillyfantasmic, I just googed "cheapest car on earth" and there were 10 but the coveted prize goes to this GEM as preferred mode of transportation in India.

                            This car is well thought out, and lots of patents have resulted from the creation process -- from the Nano's powertrain to the assembly process itself. Will this car ruin the world? Some voices say that more cars on the roads imply more pollution, which is hard to argue against.Tata Nano: 4-door hatchback. India. $2,497.

                            Wow! I would seriously consider getting of of these, as a backup for my longer commutes and errands. $2,497 hmmm.....as a former car salesman,

                            could probably negotiate that down another $200-300.  Although at that rock bottom price, I'm sure there is very little margin for discounts.

                            Let's also throw in some free extended maintenance and oil changes, no money out of pocket, and free fuel for the first month.  Smash

                             

                            Now we have a deal!, let's do the paper work and get this thing delivered and out the door today!  Banana


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                              Wow! I would seriously consider getting of of these, as a backup for my longer commutes and errands. $2,497 hmmm.....as a former car salesman,

                              could probably negotiate that down another $200-300.  Although at that rock bottom price, I'm sure there is very little margin for discounts.

                              Let's also throw in some free extended maintenance and oil changes, no money out of pocket, and free fuel for the first month.  Smash

                               

                              Now we have a deal!, let's do the paper work and get this thing delivered and out the door today!  Banana

                              Thanks for the insightful negotiating statagys mc,

                              In light of shipping cost for the "gem" to cross pond, I googed "cheapest car in the US"

                              1. Nissan Versa 1.6 S: $11,750 (including destination charge)

                              You might be surprised to learn that the lowest-priced new car in America is not some ancient, long-ago-paid-for design, but rather an all-new-for-2012 model. Meet the Nissan Versa, which offers as much interior space as a mid-size sedan plus Nissan's legendary reliability and longevity, all for half the price of a base-model Toyota Camry. Cheap as it is, the Versa is far from stripped-down -- it comes with air conditioning and a CD stereo as standard equipment. There is a bit of a catch: An automatic transmission will cost you $1,770, about twice the going rate. But even so equipped, you can't beat the Versa for affordable, reliable family transportation. A fitting car to take the #1 spot on this list.

                                 
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