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Jun 16, 2012 8:21AM
literally the dumbest article ever written
Jun 16, 2012 8:20AM
literally the dumbest article ever written
Jun 16, 2012 8:10AM
You will NOT....NOT find a Miata for the range they said.... Unless it is around a tree or no engine or tranny.. The BEST choice for the money.. Ive owned 3
Jun 16, 2012 7:56AM
Wonder where they get their prices from. Seem a little low from what I've experienced shopping. Anything less than $3000 has serious issues. $5k-6k gets you something drive-able.
Jun 16, 2012 7:54AM
and any kid who gets their first car from their mommies and daddies,, are spoiled,... i've had 13 cars since i was 14 years old believe it or not,.. its not hard to get your own, just gotta work for it,, good luck to all you spoiling parents...., your kid should earn what he has on his own,, what really irritates me is when mommies and daddies by houses for their kids,, wont they ever work for something?
Jun 16, 2012 7:24AM
ehhh, i'll stick with my 85 mustang and 69 f250,,. im not talkin crap on the new stuff but when my kid is old enough to drive i want him to have a old vehicle, the reason is old vehicles dont crumble when in a accident, most the time they only get a dent.... and i'd want my kid to be safe behind real steel,... and not aluminum or thin sheet metal
Jun 16, 2012 6:57AM
As a Dad and Grandfather, I agree 100+% with emeraldbeachman. thinking.  This articles leaves me cold, as many of the suggested cars have a proven record as dangerous cars to drive or even ride in.  My daughter took a 2 year old Volvo to college and my son, a 5 year old Ford Sedan.  The Ford was hit and totaled  his first year, and he got a Buick mid-size sedan, also totaled in his second year.  Both accidents were not his fault, luckily no injuries and through insurance settlements he was making money.  Mom and Dad need to think long and hard about cars away at college.  Safety must come first, then repair costs, operating costs.  These cars will be tested; pick a good one.  Oh, my sons third year at college he took my 1972 Olds Cutlass Supreme convt..  His gain became my lost, that same car today fully restored is now selling for $65,000+.  Maybe they should repay me for their college costs!!!
Jun 16, 2012 6:43AM
I would bought a car that old and  love it. 94 Mazda protege $950 going on 3 years of 38-40 mpg on my commute to work. Just regular oil changes and routine maintenance! Last car 92 Infiniti Q45 had for 5 years. 20 mpg but only cost me $1800 and regular maintenance. Gave i to my bro when his Cadillac he was making payments on could not stay running! The New volvos are not as good as the old ones. Had a 84 Volvo 240DL that thing was bulletproof. I rather put my money in the bank! Only one I regret was the 98 ford ecort. Piece of crap.
Jun 16, 2012 6:19AM

Who in their right mind would buy a car this old?   My college bound son is getting my 3 year old volvo in August.   It is safe, very reliable, and will go for 400,000 miles.   I will get the NEW car.   Kids need a SAFE car.  

Jun 16, 2012 5:17AM

Gee and to think i was looking for something reliable that wont run me a lot of repair bills.  Looking around for past 2 months for 6-8k and cant find anything under 135k miles.. oh yeah thats when everything starts going bad..

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