What kind of vehicle do you drive?

yes, I’m nosey! hehehe

I drive a 2000 Pontiac Montana

A POS Buick Century with no a/c. But there’s something empowering driving something that if I crash it, I most likely will win cause it’s a freaking boat, and I don’t have to worry about the money too much. We only paid $800 cash for it.

2004 Ford Freestar. Say that 5 times fast!!

2003 Hyundai Sonata which I want to give up for a hybrid. Eventually! :wink:

2000 Nissan Altima GXE.

It just hit 90,000 miles and still going strong.

2005 Honda Accord

You’re just full of questions aren’t you? :teehee:

2002 Honda Civic - It’s paid off so I’ll drive it until it falls apart!!

I drive a beautiful, new, Mercury Mountaineer SUV. Its easy to climb into and doesn’t hurt my knees like getting in and out of a regular car did. I have arthritis and needed something more suitable for my aches and pains. MY dh and I think it’s the nicest vehicle we’ve owned yet.:inlove:

A Western Star big rig for work, a Sun EZ-1 recumbent bicycle when home.

We drive a 1994 Peugeot 205 we love and cherish. She’s getting a new (refurbished) engine from Europe now and we hope to drive this car for many years to come. It’s not expensive, it looks small, but it’s huge inside, has room for the dog and for kids to come :cheering:
Did i say I love my car?
I wish it was as cheap to tune this car in Israel as it is in Europe… In Europe it’s a legend…

Mini Cooper :slight_smile:

None!!! I walk or take public transportation. It’s environmentally friendly and good for your health! :thumbsup: And much better for your wallet too.:teehee:

A 2003 Toyota Rav4. I’m hoping to trade in our other car for a Prius, but it’ll be next year at the earliest (when I’m done paying off the Rav). I have turned into a Toyota girl (my family was a Nissan family for the longest time…now they’re a Hyndai family).

A 1998 Honda Civic. Like someone else said, it’s paid off, so I’m driving it until it falls apart. It’s almost 10 years old and STILL gets about 30 mpg, in city driving!! I :heart: my car! :teehee:

2004 Dodge Neon, and she is Electric Blue.

Just like the song by Icehouse.

Oh yeah.

I drive an 03 Chevy Suburban, which I really don’t like. I got it when I started doing home daycare. I wanted a vehicle big enough to be able to take the kids and with extra room for backpacks and any stuff we might take on field trips (coolers, toys, etc…)

Hi everyone,
I drive a 2007 Mercedes Benz R-350 cross over vehicle. It is great…can seat 6 people & terrific when I participate in a craft show…Just put the seats down & load the back & off I go!
Have a good day:muah:

1998 Saturn SL2 with 140,000 miles on it. Just had a tune up and gets gas mileage in the 30s, a/c is broken though :pout:. It’s paid off and I’ll be driving it into the ground, I’d love to get at least 2 more years out of it. Then I want a hybrid or a Toyota/Honda.

I’d love to live somewhere that public transportation is a realistic solution to daily travel, maybe I can make that happen.

i mainly drive an '04 VW golf - we also have an '05 honda element, which is my husband’s car, for the most part - we originally thought the element would be great for the dogs, who i usually cart around, but they fall off the seats in the element, and tend to do better in the minuscule backseat of the golf.

i love my golf. it goes fast…

I just moved to Boston, so I take the T (the subway ;)), but I have a 2007 Toyota Camry sitting in the garage. Haven’t decided what to do with it yet, but it would really kill me to sell it.

I wanted to get the Hybrid, or a Mini Cooper, but people who have the world’s best grandfather are happy with their fantastic cars and lack of car loans. :teehee:

I really, really, love the Camry. My mom’s family has always bought American, and they are very unhappy with the last two or three cars each they’ve bought, so they’re finally switching. Dad’s family is a Honda family, but I’ve never been thrilled with Hondas. They don’t seem to last as long as Toyotas. :shrug: