>1987 Suzuki ZR50SK 6/10, very low output and heavy, but simple >1980-something Suzuki TS50ER 2/10, horrible condition and also quite heavy and underpowered as it had the same engine as the ZR >1981 Honda PX50R 5/10. Rough condition when I got it, but ran alright with some Malossi & Gilera tuning. Really shitty seat on it tho >2005 Yamaha DT125X 8/10. Reliable, super easy to work on, ok power and it drove extremely nice as it was an SM >1966 Volvo L3314N Can't really rate it... it was an old military terrain vehicle and nothing more. It got around all right, but the thing was really fucking underpowered. >1998 MB C240 6/10. My current vehicle... reliable, very good mechanical condition, 170hp is more than enough for a DD and its nice on longer drives. Minus points for it having given me a few shitty problems over the past soon-to-be three years due to owners neglect, rust issue and I'm starting to realise that its really not a practical car for where I live
And here is one I co-owned >1980 Dodge RAM B350 1/10. It was spacious, thats about it. Extremely fuel inefficient, really shit condition, needed a lot of work, had to rebuild the entire gearbox as it commited suicide ten minutes into our ownership, the ride was nothing short of dreadful, rattling everywhere, terrible lights and it also needed a lot of re-doing on the interior in terms of audio, TV-installment, power cables and whatnot as it had seemingly been done by a retired blind carpenter from the southern region of Poland after he had been given his daily ration of potato vodka
1998 V6 mustang (autotragic) 7/10 >reliable, relatively fun for a first car and better looking than early 2000's 1993 F250 5.8L 7/10 >enough bed space to carry a truck, has a moderate lift and large tires so looks pretty cool. >being lifted, big tires, and long makes it a pain to drive in traffic, plus like 12mpg 2002 CBR f4i 8/10 >comfortable, fast, and good looking, so no complaints here 2001 RVT1000 (RC-51) 9/10 >Honda V-twin superbike with lots of torque and absolute blast on the track >heavy and outdated compared to modern sportbikes
>>14339658 >2001 Pontiac Grand Am 3/10 being generous. It had a top speed of 140 km. Interior was shit, and it leaked every single fluid. It had a nice aftermarket stereo but the subs were pulled before I got it. It was ugly as shit and FWD. I felt like a Mexican driving it. >1995 Jaguar Vanden Plas 10/10 prettiest car I've ever seen, inside and out. So much fun to drive, yet comfortable as all hell. Passengers love it, bystanders love it. Top speed of 245 km and with that flat inline 6 torque curve it really likes to creep up there. The induction noise is magical. I'm going to drive this car forever and continue doing all the maintenance myself, even rebuilds, possibly even add a twin turbo setup and make it a sleeper.
2004 Kia Rio Hatchback 7/10 (was a shitbox but had a tuned exhaust and a subwoofer so it bumped it up a couple notches) 2014 Dodge Dart 4/10 fuck that piece of shit it was a pressure buy from my family because I needed something practical 2016 Dodge Ram 1500 10/10 dat V8
1991 Chebby 1500 V6. >3/10, overall reliable but boring and underpowered, good mileage and utility though
2005 Mazda6. >5/10, Comfy and good for road trips, shitty manual and engine reliability
2010 Chebby Camaro SS >7/10, okay in stock form, instaboner when driving in it's current modified state, very reliable
1998 Jeep Cherokee >6/10, very reliable but underpowered for its current modified state, terribad fuel economy, fantastic for winter and off-roading of any kind
1986 Chebby K10 >4/10, disappointing power and handling despite stock condition, not comfy, useful for truck stuff and not much else
2013 Chebby Volt >7/10, very comfy, greatly fuel economy, fantastic commuter or road trip car, torquey thanks to electric drivetrain, boring to look at or drive fast, is very good at what it was designed to do
1989 Jeep Wrangler Sahara 7/10 (daily drove on long commutes, terrible mpgs during the almost $5/gallon days, fun otherwise)
1996 Acura 3.2TL 8/10 (could have been more powerful, otherwise perfect daily driver). It was stock with a set of 4 15" NSX wheels (from '91 NSX front wheels)
Tfw haven't owned a car for over 2 years. Literally don't need one where I live in the UK now. Rent cars occasionally and they are all slow as fuck diesels. Can't wait to move back to freedom continent and get a sports car.
>200X Aprilia SR50R (tuned, no governor) 9/10, coolest scooter at high school >Yamaho dirt bike of some kind I dunno/10, too scared to use it properly >2000 Ford Focus 5/10, comfy leather seats >2010 Cobalt LT 6/10, more fun to drive but still automatic >2009 Lancer GTS 7/10, mainly because first manual
>2004 jaguar x-type 8/10, decently quick, comfy, awd. Just not in a great condition because prev owner >1994 taurus 3/10 shit mpgs horrible to work on, (3.8l in a tiny engine bay) amd slow a hell >2009 pontiac g6 >pls kill me/10
>1975 chevy luv rust heap/10 >1986 Rx7 GXL >best car i ever owned 9/10 1992 toyota MR2 turbo also an excellent car although hard to work on 7/10 >1991 MR2 NA easier to work on but super slow. Still comfy though 7/10 >1995 and 1996 civic hatches I'll lump them together because they get the same shitbox rattle turd rating of 5/10 >1987 MR2 crazy clean but automatic 7/10 >1992 toyota pickup 4x4 crazy beat up and never stopped running 8/10 >1985 mr2 times two 8/10 for being awesome and easy to work on >1988 FX this little fucker wont quite either. But is insanely slow and ugly Still gets 7/10 because it makes me happy >2005 Mazda3 hatch 2.3L easy going and great DD. Handles well and is trouble free 8/10 >1992 Mazda B2600i needs more power. Other than that its a great little truck. 7/10 >1997 Mazda miata great car but far too small for me and i regret buying it. Still gets 7/10 though
>1999 ford windstar 1/10 Hand me down, first car, 13mpg average on 4dollar/gal gasoline, fucking huge and impractical and something would break every month (in the 10 months i had it, i had a power steering pump failures, a master cylinder brake failure, a power steering rack failure, electrical problems which caused it to not start anymore, and finally the tranny busted at only 108k miles)
>1999 honda accord 7/10 looks really good for a 18yr old car tbqh and the interioir is also suprisingly modern looking, power is meh but so far its been way more reliablen than the shit ford
>1998 Buick Century 6/10 Passed down from my dad. Surprisingly reliable and comfy, but too frustratingly slow. It may have been faster when it was new, but by the time I had it, it must have been doing 12 seconds to 60.
>2007 Civic sedan 8/10 It's a Civic. Auto transmission is not the best, but whatever. Not a completely boring car and has utility.
>1985 Corolla GTS 8/10 Financially going to ruin my life, but it's pretty good. Wish it was more tolerable to drive on long trips, but you can't have everything.
>>14342008 >forgot to rate lol 7/10 - loved it but it was just a 90's ford product 6/10 - also loved it but it was rusty as hell, ran tip top even after hitting a dude in a truck 9/10 - even though it doesn't run currently definitely the most fun to drive and also extremely aesthetically pleasing IMO 8.5/10 - really like it, interior is just in a bit too rough of shape ?/10 - just bought it, like how it runs and all but haven't really driven enough to have a solid opinion on it
>>14339658 99 dodge neon 6/10, honestly fun to drive when it wasn't exploding transmissions or literally melting all the wires together next to the engine.
01ish Saturn sc2 4/10, nothing particularly enjoyable about this vehicle, also shit a transmission and before someone replies I can't drive this was an auto.
03 grand am gt1, 7/10. When the antitheft was letting me drive it it was a pretty quick car, it was comfy af with leather seats steering wheel, every option available except the faggey fake hoodscoop
08 Ford escape, 6/10. Good enough I guess, v6 is a little peppy mileage is passable for the cargo space (wife's car)
88 f150 9/10 my absolute baby, single cab long bed the utility is real. V8 with flowmasters gets my little pecker some compensation. Would rate 11/10 if it was a manual, but the c6 is a nice automatic, tough as nails the first 11 big foot monster trucks used it.
2000 Chrysler Cirrus. 8/10. Decent mileage for an older grandmother car, and took so much abuse without failing.
2008 Chevrolet Cobalt SS, non supercharged. 7/10. Lots went wrong with it, but good handling.
2009 Ford Focus. 6/10. Does the job, decently nippy and good wheel feel, but it's ever so boring as its tall and slow. Haven't had it long enough to know reliability.
2014 Ford F-150 Ecoboost. Don'tCare/10. Work truck. Never bothered treating it "properly" and maintenance is done religiously. Don't tow anything, just use the bed for shit. It's a mildly useful tool, nothing else.
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