How old are you and what car do you drive?
>1999 Nissan Altima GXE 170XXX
It's not bad. Couple of dings and the brakes squeak but it gets me from A to B. Saving up for new car which will be a manual
2002 corolla station wagon with over 300,000 miles on it. Can't justify replacing it because I'll just replace it with another econobox that I'll rape into the ground.
Got my motorbike if I wanna go fast and have fun.
you have never driven a prius then. my dad owns a 2012 prius and every time I put my ass in that car, it's like I'm driving a spaceshuttle made in heaven. also they changed the appearance a lot for the '16 and '17 model, >pic related it's the sexy 2017 model
>2006 Honda Element
See, the neat thing about the Element is that the interior can basically turn into a queen-size bed, which would make it an idea pussy car, right? But it's such a geeky-looking vehicle that your chances of getting laid decrease by half any time a girl sees it
thanks my dude.
my brother has an msport 1 series and mine is an amg line, so both of them are full spec but i much prefer the interior of the merc. especiaslly the sterring wheel.
> Suzuki WagonR
It works in any weather, zero issues, decent consumption.
Want to switch to a wagon after this, but I know 99% of the time I will carry fuck nothing in the trunk... so yeah.
>1985 Dodge D100 Prospector Edition
Dad knew the original owner. Well taken care of truck. Only 120k original miles at this point. Been my daily driver for years now. Only paid $1,300 for the truck. Put less than $1,000 in it since I've owned it. I've gotten bigger tires and taken the running boards off since this picture was taken. Planning on getting some ramcharger wheels soon.
Yeah... I know. I drove both of them, I'm tall and I kept noticing that I was resting my foot on the clutch and it felt like I wasn't totally disengaging it.
I'm moving to southern california for my fellowship and could see myself sitting in traffic slowly burning up my clutch
Currently off the road because of the backward way insurance works. If I renewed on the 24th, it would cost me £460. If I renew on the 28th, £350. Cheaper to get a hire car and take the missis out for a nice meal.
Related note, the Hyundai i20 is a fucking horrible car.
And my mom (who actually taught me to drive stick when i was 16) wasn't really feeling it... I can still get myself in plenty of trouble with the paddles.
It's been covered and winterized for months, we're in the cleveland suburbs, I can't wait to get back out and actually drive it
What's with the hate for the Prius in this thread?
It looks like a decent car.
Ah, okay. I know there are complaints about the manual that it's got way too long gearing for the engine. Sharkwerks offers shorter gears and final drive but it costs a fortune. So a PDK car might feel faster due to the shorter gearing and faster shifts.
I hope to own one day the new 991.2 GT3 with a stick - that is my dream car. I've never driven a Porsche unfortunately, but I do enjoy my 135i which is enough for me at my age.
But anyway, enjoy the shit out of the car, and be safe out there!
Well samefag, have you ever done any homework on just how eco-unfriendly it is to produce a car that really isn't that eco-friendly? The Prius is a massive PR/marketing campaign that fuckhead celebs jumped onto the bandwagon of, in an attempt to look hip, eco and doing their bit for the environment. Anybody that believes the Prius is a good car really should go and do some homework on why exactly this car isn't any good, instead of being a victim of good advertising.
I've never heard someone making fun of a car ever. The fuck are you talking about? Is this one of those weird American things?
>Toyota Corolla E11 2001 1.4 VVT-i
>still being poor
don't count on it
4 399 miles, interior has a little wear on the seats but it should be easily fixeable
exterior had a dent once, can't remember wether i fixed it or not, some idiot rammed it with his gay ass prius.
>Porsche Cayenne S
>Yamaha Raider S
i know its a box car, but its fun to drive and has the space of a minivan. you wouldnt expect it but they really give you space in there. soundsystem is nice too so im happy
2005 toyota corolla
It's a shitbox and I hate it but my last car had an e brake improperly installed which literally exploded and took out the fuse box totaling the whole car so I needed something quick and less than 6 grand.
I'm 43. Just bought my wife a MX5RFGT. She loves it. A bit underpowered for my taste but finally a Miata that doesn't look like a hairdresser car.
I just bought a Focus ST. Curious how you're liking the RS? Trying to talk my father into one for himself. I live in Houston. No need for awd, but he's up in NJ with hills and turns and ice and snow. Expensive car, though.
>1992 Dodge Daytona IROC r/t
>1 of 400
Stop cutting me off and then putting on your indicator like that makes it your right of way. Stop driving too slowly in the passing lanes because your afraid of merging traffic. Learn to turn a right corner at faster than 2m/h.
What do you drive, a pick-up?
I'm a bit over 6'4, I've had manuals in the past... I just liked the PDK more.With the paddles and manual mode on the shifter, it shifts quick, and is going to be a hell of a lot more comfortable in LA traffic
Forgot the picture. Strangely, this car always looks more tame in pictures than in real life.
>88 supra turbo
Have my supra #lowlife #slammed and noticed the other day I've decimated the oil pan. So idk if Im gonna keep upgrading the 7m and drop the subframe to fix it, or just hoon it til it pops and throw a 2jzgte in there.
My dad has one of those sitting in his garage, probably hasnt run it in 15 years. I keep asking him and he just says 'it needs a part' -- something with the battery. I want that damn thing.
7ms are surprisingly tough and reliable. Once you have the block and head honed, gasket changed, and head bolts upgraded to studs, youll be hard pressed to blow one again. Or had you owned one when they were new to the used market, you could get away with just tightening the oem gasket. Mine's currently at 265 wheel on stock fuel system and turbo.
2005 Subaru Impreza WRX wagon. Pretty muck stock save for loud exhaust, 27mm rear anti-sway bar and 24mm front.
>2007 VW Passat 3.2 vr6, DSG, 4Motion
>in love with vr6, sound and flexibility..
I'm a network guy, hence plate. I've got new wheels too but don't have a pic
upgraded for 96 cavalier last winter
Extremely low miles, was a farmer's secondary truck until he passed away and his son sold it to me. Big fan of the 4.9l inline six.
I bought a 2008 Silverado before I got sent to Germany but I sold that and held on to the old f150.
>2009 VW Tiguan 2.0 TDI offroad
>2009 Opel Insignia 2.0 Turbo
>2002 corsa sxi
Had it since I was 18, buying a different one soon, poorfag so budget £2500 - 3000, any suggestions?
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02 Peugeot 406 hdi
08 Mitsubishi Triton 3.2
>Not my cars but almost identical apart from the roof racks
Daily Driver: 2010 Focus Coupe
Nice Summer Days: 2007 Roush Mustang I bought when I was 19.
how do you feel knwowing you got the shitties car model in the world ? i honestly think owning a multipla is better than a twingo
Well i impress poeple with myself and my dick, car is for transportation and this bike-car squashed frog looking shit can drive on petrol fumes, yeah i bet if you could you would be walking aroubd in a gold from top ti bottom and still a virgin, get real suckca
Same here man I'm in Canada so insurance is actually dirt cheap for it! Have it on coilovers, full skid plates, 3in turbo back with catless dp, and hopefully a short throw and BOV soon!
>99 Dodge Ram Slt Extra cab Long box
Use it for work and getting puss
I'm almost against it also but I'm planning on installing an intake and accessport and for easier tuning an adjustable wastegate thats semi atmospheric and semi re-circ helps a lot
04 Monte Carlo LS
Nice car, got it around 46k on Christmas, and about to hit 50k. Only issue is the freaking floorboard getting wet for no reason in the beginning, managed to fix it though
96' mitsubishi pajero jr
22 and i drive a Renault megane GT from 2012
I don't drive and I don't think I'll ever drive
>too lazy to learn
>if I ever get personal transport it will be a motorbike because I'll never be in a position where I have to travel with other people