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    Whats most important to you when buying a car!

    These days with the Economy the way it is and the way the future is looking for the world...what is most important when looking for a new/used car to everyone?

    Example's:

    Looking for Economy/Gas Mileage?
    High Horsepower from the factory?
    Safety Features?
    Suspension/handling Features?
    Cars that have Endless Tuner/Aftermarket parts available?
    Cars with the best Warrenty features?

    the reasons these days are endless and may be differant for everyone's money/life situations! so lets here your's!
    Last edited by MysteriousGT1; 06-03-2006 at 12:26 PM.

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    High Horsepower from the factory
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    Cars that have Endless Tuner/Aftermarket parts available?
    Eh?

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    how about a car's not-in-a strait line preformance? why is that not on the list
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    strangely, reliability is missing as well
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    It needs to be reliable, as mentioned above, quick from the factory, as well as pretty.

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    FUN TO DRIVE and that sums it up folks. oh ok fine AND looks
    Last edited by The_Canuck; 06-03-2006 at 08:37 PM.

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    good looking firstly, quick, very luxurious, handles well, low, good reliability, good image

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    Most important is looks. If it doesn't look good, I'll never be happy with it. I can make a slow car fast. It's hard to make an ugly car nice.

    Second is aftermarket parts availability. (See above...)
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    Economy/Gas Mileage and Cars with the best Warrenty features. also the look and comfort of the car. reliability etc. after market value

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    Car's gotta feel right. Part of which is good handling and sufficient oomph, another part is looks...

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    I would look for how well it suits my needs, which is getting me and the girlfriend from A to B as cheaply and low maintenance as possible. I'll probably get a Yaris within the next two years or so. It fits the category the best.

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    Its got to be a good driver, reliable and good looking.

    I want economy but if you buy for economy most likely you won't get looks or a great fun-to-drive factor...
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    The best handling car with the biggest interior size,with the lowest weight and the least fuel usage as possible,and white(lower value) That's why i hope to get a Citroen BX soon

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    Well sorted chassis and decent power not ludicrous

    nice looking as well

    and a bit of history behind it
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    Cheap, Easy fix, Runs good, Safe enough, Looks good, Got some good power without killing economy.
    "Just a matter of time i suppose"

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