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>cheap maintenance cars under 10k
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seriously, i'm looking for a simply point a to point b car. don't give a shit how it looks.
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>>14181803
Lexus sc 300. Mine had 300k miles and I sold it while it was still running fine. Needed a fuel pump at 230k.
Acura rsx. My gf has had hers since new. Never needed anything but new shocks and belts. Shes at 150k miles I think.
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>>14181803
Lancer

http://www.nydailynews.com/autos/mitsubishi-lancer-named-reliable-car-15-years-article-1.1205917
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>>14181803
>i'm looking for a simply point a to point b car
>don't give a shit how it looks.

Then I advise you to stay far away from SRT-4's and BMWs.
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>>14181803
civic or corlla
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>>14181766
>>14181823
are srt4's good first manual cars, if not suggestions
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>>14181846
good first cars? sorta, you'll learn about cars, even shit you didn't care about cuz shit will keep breaking down.Muthafukas boost this to 40psi and wonder why the engine pops
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Seriously, though.
Cheap maintenance = knowing how to use a socket wrench and following instructions of the forum of your car of choice.
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>>14181822
Holy shit, Lancers? Really? Oh hell yeah man. I've been looking for a cheap, reliable car for a while now. Lancers didn't even CROSS my mind. I've always liked them.

Based anon. Thank you. Going to make some phone calls tomorrow to these local craigslist listings.
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>>14181846

I cant tell you how they drive but I can tell you how they explode due to negligent owners, of which 99/100 are. Reliability and used turbo cars dont mix.
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>>14181846
depending on how many monster stickers are on it and how bent the previous owners "lid" the SRT4 may not have 2nd or 3rd gear
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>>14181887
>>14181897
any recommendations for NAs under 10k?
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>>14181912
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How about a G6 GTP coupe?
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>>14181794
>>14181826
>>14181837
>>14181850
>>14181878
>>14181909
>>14181926
>suggesting bimmers
pls go
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>>14181766
s2000

It will last you forever
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Buy a camry.
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>>14181944
>S2K as your daily
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>>14181944
OP here still, s2000 will always have a soft spot for me but they are on the top of my budget, SI's any good? Just looking to stop driving automatic, preferably no audi/bmw
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>>14181971
Well maintained non riced civic SI would be a great car.
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>>14181937
Why are you greentexting me?
I'm not suggesting bimmers, I'm suggesting a single model of bimmer, with an excellent track record for reliability and whose engine won engine of the year multiple times.
>>14181944
S2000s are great on paper but honestly they're kind of uncomfortable and the handling isn't great.
>>14181971
>preferably no audi
okay
>preferably no BMW
why?
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>>14181982
Expensive to maintain? What model of the BMW are you suggesting, they look great desu.
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>>14181979
Agree. My GF is hitting 290k miles on hers and just had to replace little inexpensive things. She has had it for 11 years as a DD
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>>14181982
>great on paper?

Nigga have you drove an s2k?
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>>14181991
a lot under 10k are going to be over 90k+ miles, worth the buy?
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does this count?
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>>14181991
yeah your gf has seen some miles alright
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>>14182004
yes i prefer my cars to have no handling whatsoever, im a fag that way, s2k takes too much to drive, plus lol auto
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>>14181979
>>14181991
any particular model years?
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>>14182009
>90,000 miles
>a lot
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>>14182016
I'm just saying a high percentage of used SI's under 10k are over 90k miles.
>>14182015
I really prefer the 06-11s
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>>14181989
>Expensive to maintain
Thanks to sharing pretty much every part with the E46 and not having the chassis flaws of the aforementioned model, not at all. This was right around the time BMW had perfected the art of the inline 6 (with the M3) and they finally made a car in which shit doesn't break all the time.
there are a few known issues
>stock cooling system isn't good and should be replaced with an aftermarket solution
basically all of them have already had this done
>VANOS seals dry out and crack causing you to lose a moderate amount of low end torque
most won't have this done because most people don't notice it, it costs $60 to fix
>message center on dashboard loses pixels
I'd say 50/50 on having this done, the part is like $25 on ebay. can be fiddly to fix if you're not comfortable with electronics.
>automatic transmissions are garbage
don't buy automatics
There are a few others but those are the big ones.

>What model of the BMW are you suggesting
The E39.

>>14182004
Yes. It was just okay. The prices they go for on the used market really aren't justified.
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>>14182046
thanks a fuckin' ton anon, going to search through craigslist now. Can you give any more suggestions when looking for used E39s? (preferred year etc)
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>>14181766

>pic not related times 5.
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C6

Pretty easy to maintain, decent enough gas mileage if you know how to use it, and one of THE BEST cars to learn stick on.
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>>14182066
Look for 01, 02, or 03 models. They gave it a facelift that included LED tail lights and the angel eyes (the signature LED rings on BMW headlights)
check for rust around the jack points if you live in an area where they salt the roads, I would expect a little but it's a good way to check if the frame isn't rusted through.
service records with receipts is a must
look for a 530i, should be able to find one at or below $5k pretty easily.
fuel pumps have a tendency to fail starting around 100k miles with these, which most of them are at, check if it's been done. if not, no big deal, just pick up a pump and set aside 45 minutes to do it, it's easy as balls on these.
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>>14182102
You can get a c6 for under 10k?
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>>14182103
forgot to include packages to look for
look for one that has power seats and the autodimming rearview mirror, they're nice to have. if it doesn't cost too much more something with the sport package (different suspension and seats) and xenon headlamps would be cool but don't go out of your way to find one.
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>>14182103
>>14182163
tyty, looking now. any other suggestions appreciated

>>14182101
??? at least provide a reason
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>>14182101

I don't have enough vomit to explain how or why all of these things are depreciated shit.
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Later year civic si.

Timing chain motor so no timing belt maintenance to deal with

Likely a manual trans which a clutch is cheaper to replace than an eventual auto trans failure.

Mazda 3s are decent. The Focus is alright if you avoid the spi motor.
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>>14182200
how are the speed3s/protege (mazdaspeed edition) they easily go below 10k
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Honda Accord, Honda Civic, Toyota Camry, Toyota Corolla.

Pick one. Any other responses are memes. I Bash the Japanese shitboxes, but I'm the one who seems to be constantly wrenching on my cars. My lame friends with lame cars, are not, and reaping the reality that Hondas are just made damn well. So is Toyota.
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>>14182221
There's a reason they're half the price of much older, Honda S2000's. Those turbocharged Mazdas should be avoided like the plague. Especially the AWD MazdaSpeed6
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Chevy trucks from 88 - 07
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>>14182221
I don't see them frequently enough to say. I've only wrenched on one mazdaspeed protege and it was having turbo issues. customer declined repairs. He wanted to go the aftermarket route ie: a bigger turbo

Anything turbocharged will be higher maintenance. If you like sporty cars I think it's worth it. The mazdaspeed protege I drove felt slow for what it was though.
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>>14182234
? . ? Protege fine, but Speed3s? I heard they're really good and comparable in price to s2ks
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>>14182195

Was for
>>14182178


>>14181766
>Anything ToyotaLexus/Scion, oh wait those don't break. Ever.

Inventory is always surplus since they hardly ever die.

>W-bodies and J-bodies, but shit breaks way more often and in abundance.

When interior bits are all dead and decomposed, stuff might become expensive.
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>>14182286
I saw, I really want to stay away from any used turbos cause they're obviously going to be beaten on. Scion TCs any good?
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>>14182012

Only if its the v6
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>>14182261
I checked one out at a local dealership, $12k for a '09 Speed3. Whereas clean, great shape S2000's are usually more than $15k
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>>14181766
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>>14182304
Every tC I look at is a piece of shit because the dumbass owners from the past either know nothing about maintenance or they beat it thinking they're driving a fucking celica.
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>>14182475
ffs just people treat this modest cars as beaters. Going to keep my eyes on Honda SI's most likely. Thanks for the help anons.
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>unironically recommending ANY bmw as a "cheap maintenance car"
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>>14182522
What could possibly be expensive to fix on an E39?
How much experience do you have with these cars? Or even cars in general?
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>>14182503
'nother good car to be careful about is the 2nd and 3rd gen altimas, specifically the 3rd gen. Niggas see V6 and think it's a fucking racecar without proper maintenance. If you find one in good condition, keep it, especially if it's an I4.
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>>14182529
Yes
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>>14182123

fuck no, that guy is a moron. c6 will cost you 20-25k

you might be able to find a shitty c5 for 10k, but more likely 15k for a good one w low miles
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>>14181822
Does the Lancer Evo share the reliability?
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>>14182744
depends who owns it
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>>14182744
When I get a Evo VII next year, I'll let you know.

I've heard more good things about their reliability than bad. Just don't be yet another one of those guys who try and pull 900hp out of a 2.0L.
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>>14182744
It's a boyracer car, but don't beat it around like one. If you aren't driving it hard all the time and just treat yourself to some boost a couple times per drive, it'll last just fine.
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>>14181766
Every car is cheap to maintain if you steal the parts...
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>>14182388
what's wrong with v4?
do you hate the environment?
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>>14182762
3+ years now ive had my 4g63 at over 30psi. worked my way up to 52psi, still no problems. ive honestly just changed oil and lots of spark plugs. beat the snot out of the car on the weekends without a hiccup.
its all about who owns it.
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>>14182826

no, I hate toyota's horrible habit of putting corolla engines into everything they make
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>>14182878
nearly all great engine blocks are put into econoboxes. whats the big deal
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>>14182887

>put underpowered engine into big car
>worse MPG
>slow
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>>14182760
>>14182762
>>14182768
I'm not really a mechanic and I have to pay a professional one to do any maintenance that isn't oil change. Obviously I wouldn't really do much tuning either. Is Lancer Evo strictly a base for tuning or is it fun to drive at stock as well?
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>>14182901
i wouldnt say worse mpg ever

its slow because....its a base econobox. try to keep up.
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>>14182913
Evos are pretty fucking fast right out of the box. I'll probably do some light tuning and modifying on mine but keep it mostly stock.
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mornin' bump
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>>14183831
>cheap maintenance
>bmw
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>>14183845
>not knowing what you're talking about
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>>14183878
Welcome to /o/.
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>>14183882
It's okay, I'll beat the memes out of you fucks somehow.
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senpaitachi

I-I know the article ( http://www.nydailynews.com/autos/mitsubishi-lancer-named-reliable-car-15-years-article-1.1205917 ) said 05-08 Lancer are good...

but w-what about previous model years? 2000-2004? They good too?
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>>14181766
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Honda Civic
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>>14183915
They are pretty good as well. you might want to stay away from the 2000 model because it was the first one of that gen, and the first ones always tend to have issues that get fixed in later years.

But overall pretty much every gen lancer is great as a DD and very cheap to maintain.

>pic related
17 years and still going strong
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Get a meme m80
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>I want an A to B car
>I want it to be cheap
>I don't care how it looks
>I want maintenance to be low

Get off this fucking board. I'm so fucking tired of normies using our fucking board to get car recommendations on the fly.
Use the fucking sticky and off yourself.

Otherwise lurk more you stupid piece of shit.
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>>14183947
Thanks. What year is yours?

Also, what does the "ES" version bring in? There's an 02 Lancer ES I have my eye on going for $1700 that I am very interested in.
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>>14183891
STOP CANCERING THIS THREAD WITH YOUR UNRELIABLE NAZI BULLSHIT
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>>14183994

>Giving this much of a shit about what car we recommend to OP

He's a fag anyway. Give him some trash.
Whatever he buys, he's only looking to spending under $2000 for it. >>14183974
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>>14183994
Tell me what's unreliable about it, memefriend.
This thread is cancer, OP is literally asking for a car to use as an appliance on an enthusiast board.
I'm giving him a car that is reliable but doesn't fill his masochistic desire to have a boring-ass car that pulls the same horsepower as a garage door opener and has the same generic styling as every other normie faggot's car on the road.
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>>14183999
>imblying i'm OP

got you good huh kiddo ;)
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>>14183974
mine is 1999.

And I think the ES was some sort of "sporty" edition with 15" wheels and a rear spoiler, but I can't be sure.

If it is in very good condition, then 1700 is a very good price IMO. These things can last a lifetime, the 4g engines are unbreakable.
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>>14182423
LPG not recommending DD Miata NA
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>>14181822
I've had my 06 Lancer for about 7 years and 100k miles now. I bought it from a rental company and I thought it was a pos initially and didn't plan to keep it long. It hasn't given me a single issue whereas my parents' hondas usually have something going wrong. At this point I'm just gonna drive it till something major happens since it's not depreciating anymore.
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>>14182046
>The E39.
I am not an native English speaker but I red all your text. So the E39 doesn't break parts in it side?
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Not OP but if i'm in the market for an automatic car from the years 2000-2008 and I have about $7k what's my best option for daily driving with some power?
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Camry, Corrolla, Prius
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>>14184096
>what's my best option
>wants automatic

best option is to kill yourself lol
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>>14184037
>dat air cleaner

Is your car carbureted?
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>>14184090
I mean it's a car, so shit breaks. It's just less than average.
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>>14184324
Yeah haha after you.
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>>14184096
Get a manual E39 and a gun to kill yourself with for wanting an automatic.
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>>14184340
haha what are you even doing on /o/ hahaahahaha lol xd
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>>14184363
>>14184360
>Cars only manual.

Except not.
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>>14184366
>not being an enthusiast on an auto enthusiast board

fuck off homo
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>>14184366
Why would you want to drive an automatic?
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>>14184393
>inb4 muh city traffic
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>>14184360

My DD work beater is an auto e39 530d and I couldn't ask for anything better. Driving my S2 Avant in rush hour traffic quickly becomes a chore especially with the sachs performance 4 puck sinter clutch and pressure plate.
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an e46 coupe is cheap to maintain. Preferably a six pot one
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>>14184467
if you buy a rear subframe reinforcement kit before the subframe cracks, sure
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>>14184467
>bmw
>cheap
>reliable
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>>14184393
>>14184387
>>14184398

Automatic cars are cars too.
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>>14184486
no, automatics are shit
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>>14181766

~2000 Buick LeSabre

You can pick one up with fewer than 100k miles for around 3k and you'll be able to put another 200k on it with minimal repairs if you do your maintenance properly.
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>>14184517
Your opinion. It's a personal choice in most cars post 2000.
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>>14184473
lol no. just no
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>>14184592

As a manual car fan I would say that automatics have an advantage over manuals when it comes to maintenance.

>occasional fluid and filter changes
>story done

Ofcourse you have some shit automatics just like you have some shit manuals.

But I have a 4 speed electronically controlled suzuki transmission that was built in 1993 that has never had a fluid change and has spent most of it's life off the road or when on road powering up steep hills and being manually shifted for engine braking when going down.

They tend to outlast the rest of the vehicle and engine in this country. Manuals on the other hand. Becuase of the hills and the nature of an overloaded working vehicle we tend to change out clutches every 20,000-60,000 miles no matter the vehicle.

That said if it is a load bearing or offroading vehicle, the direct link to the engine will save your life.
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>>14182178
I have a 2000 neon nigga this shit is shitbox reliable. As reliable as a fork. Ots non srt automatic though
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>>14184327
yes, 1999 4g13 was one of the last ones to come with a carburetor
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>>14184695
Holy hell, the U.S. was done with carbs in the '80s.
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>>14184700
To be honest with you I really like carbs. Sure they are nowhere near as efficient as fuel injection, but it just makes working on a car so much easier
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>>14184692
OP here, yeah I was wondering if there was any SRT4 enthusiast in the thread to give me some advice when looking for one cause they're cheaper than SI's. I'd probably keep the stock turbo as well, I'm not trying to go boy racer, just look like one.
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>>14184476
>unfounded memery
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>>14181968
I daily a miata, it's not hard to daily a sma car just have lots of friends with larger cars
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>>14185073
check for rust all over, my sisters rear frame rusted through. good fun car even with the pos 4 speed auto and stock sohc motor, peppy as shit and the only real thing that went wrong was the radiator shitting the bed and having the engine overheat.. other than that theyre good cars.
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>>14181803
GEO METRO
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>>14181766
4 cyl ranger
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>>14182178
the other anon forgot to mention 01+ (and some late 00' models) 528i/530i come with a dual vanos m52tu engine instead of the m52 single vanos in earlier cars (dual vanos just means the intake AND exhaust cam have vvt. single vanos just had intake cam vvt), more powah same reliability. and in most cases theyre the same price. ive had my 528i for 5 years and it's been quite reliable aside from its shitty slushbox trans.
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>>14183891
>>14183831
>>14182103
>>14182064
>>14182046
>>14181982
>>14181926
>>14181909
>>14181878
>>14181850
>>14181837
>>14181826
>>14181794
>filename

Take it from me, BMWs are fucking garbage to work on, more expensive, and far less reliable than indestructible Japanese automobiles, american cars come in 2nd. My friend and I increased the reliability and lowered maintence costs on his e46 substantially

German cars are garbage
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>>14184067
Funny how such a cheap feeling car with a Dodge Neon-tier interior can be so indestructible.
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>>14186843
Take it from me, they're not garbage to work on at all and Japanese cars aren't "indestructible".
Unless you're using OEM parts and going to the dealership for every tiny repair there's nothing expensive about them either.
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>>14184096
Is that your s12? Like the wing, I assume those come stock (the only hatch I have seen on craigslist had no spoiler).
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>>14184061
Hey, Miata is also a solid choice
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>>14184530
Kek more like enjoy replaicing air ride suspension front suspension tie rods and wheel bearings that all go out around the 115k mile mark. Otherwisei fuck yeah these cars are dope
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>>14184096
G35, Altima SE-R, TL, Mazda6 (maybe even speed6)
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>>14186843
except the JDM legends and drift cars (which are still often shit) jap cars are utter fucking shit.
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>>14187166

Which one is the best.
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