NOT INCLUDING so called LUXURY cars or
so called FULLY LOADED. EXCLUDE THESE.
In the last 10 years what are the above average cars
used for basic daily transport.
Since 1968 I have owned two vehicles which I have
used for daily transport, a 1968 Chevy Nova, 6cyl,
manual transmission and presently a 1981 Ford Fairmont,
6cyl, auto transmission.
I believe it could possibly be time to replace my
present daily transportation and would like to find
out what are the good 4cyl and 6cyl vehicles in the
last 10 years.
Thanks in advance
Sounds like you might like:
-4 cyl. Camry
-4 cyl. Accord
Which were all built in high numbers and can be found reasonably priced, are
rather reliable to run, and affordable to maintain & insure.
My favorite car, for sure, Steve. But the OP's history has been with a
platform size described as "compact" in the 60's (Nova, Dart, Valiant,
Falcon, eg.), mid-size in the 80's (Fairmont/Zephyr,
Cutlass/Regal/Malibu/LeMans, LTD (Fox body & variants), K-cars, eg.) and now
full-size (Taurus, Camry, Accord, eg.) and with the base engines, I-6's in
Jesus, A 68 Nova & a Fairmount...... Oh Boy, your in for a culture shock
at the dealer. Best rides in the last 10 years?????? Well if your tied
to Fords I'd say the F150 trucks. I'm a 96 Taurus driver. It's an OK
car, but I'm ditching it first chance I get to go back to Z cars or
RX7's. Honda Accords are a dime a dozen so I guess they are a good
ride. Subaru makes some handy all wheel drives. Volvo's are fairly good
quality rides overall as well.
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