If a friend was asking me for advice on which family car to buy, I might recommend something Japanese. It was mildly fun but was no comparison for even the cheapest of today's cars for stability at speed, quietness, etc. If people want to compare cheap American cars to European cars they should be comparing the tiny econo junk sold in Europe to the econo junk sold in the US. I also wouldn't by any means put Volvo in the quirky category of Citroen. Been there and done that. When I bring my Chrysler Sebring Convertible GTX with about 28k miles to the dealership to get the horn fixed it goes off at random times for 30 second increments when I am not even touching the horn they claim they cannot replicate the problem, and fix nothing.
Why do American cars SUCK?
Still wish I hadn't sold my '91 SE-R. Lexus is still nice even though they all look like a damn trout. Current vehicle is a Nissan Frontier - Imagine my surprise when I look at the door jam and it indicates it was made in Smyrna, Tenn! It would be a great daily driver but I feel like I'd grow bored with it quickly and there a few options to make it faster right now. I personally think the Japanese have lost their way as well, which is why I stick with the 90's era cars. Still though, it's a bad sign when if you held a gun to my head and asked me to pick 3 Japanese cars in my price range that I'd willingly spend my money on, I'd pretty much be stuck on the 3rd. I have to admit that our Accord had an auto trans that went belly-up 80k miles.
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When was the last time you saw Toyota offering Employee pricing? But Cars 2 inverts that conflict. My sister in law with her Focus add too many problem with interior falling appart. Same goes for the "male" GT-R, it was designed to look like a gundam, again not "beautiful". Tails and Winglets Tail and Winglet closeups with beautiful airline logos.