picked up a 94 honda del sol a little while ago , going to turn around and sell in it in spring for triple what i paid for it
not sure how much longer ill be able to drive so i might sell all my vehicles as well
94 Camry station wagon. Sure, it barely hits 30mpg on all-highway driving and gets only about 20 mixed, but it's roomy, it's comfortable, it's got an engine powerful enough to haul all my shit around if/when I need to move and still accelerate pleasantly. Even though it's 14' long I can maneuver it better than the average four-door sedan driver can with his car. And if the trunk area is cleared, you can fold down the back bench, lay out a blanket and have a nice nap. Or bring company.
Downside: I'm 5'6" and I still hit my head on the top of the door.
I prefer the term 'good value for money' but cheap works. Fabia vRS = cheap AND fast.
Currently own a red 2008 Kia Optima. It was previously owned by a rental car company before Joe Holland Chevrolet bought it. Ever since I bought it earlier in the year, she's run like a beauty.
Before handm I had a 1998 Buick LeSabre. She died, unfortunately.
What happened to the Buick?