a lot of my clients have been buying Nissan Rogues for their sales staff, price is about at that point and supposedly almost zero problems and low maintenance
Bought the wife a new Rouge in 2015. No problems and the engine oil always looks pretty clean. 67K on it so far.a lot of my clients have been buying Nissan Rogues for their sales staff, price is about at that point and supposedly almost zero problems and low maintenance
Best car ive ever owned - ford fusion ‘13. Bought new, now at 130k. My daughter drives it now. Trouble-free ownership the whole time. And its Made in America. Well, assembled in Mexico
Why buy new when 2nd hand will do?Need a good little car to send a smart, pretty little girl off to college.
Probably going to buy new, would like to stay around 20,000 .
I'm all ears......
'71 Monte Carlo with a 454 and a '80 Caddy Sedan DeVille. Indestructible tanks and they were so huge at least 10 of my sorority sisters crammed inside - forcing me to be the designated driver (before seatbelts were mandatory). The 'rents had it figured out.Why buy new when 2nd hand will do?
Start of college, something dependable and of course think safety.
Graduation is time for a new car, not when starting college with many/most dropping out before graduating.
16-24 yr olds have highest rate of atuo accidents.
Survival rate in car crashes is directly proportional to vehicle weights involved.
Put the odds in her favor with a big car, not a tin box.
Get her a 2010 Crown Vic police interceptor.
My son has a 2015 Corolla with Power steering and Power brakes with a 6 speed manual. He has kelp it hot and I don't remember it being back for any repairs. I have a hard time driving as the gears are so close I can't tell if it is in 4th or 6th. I gave him my Ford Ranger also.Toyota Corolla with auto steer and auto braking. Guy at work got one new for $16,500 last year, his daughter loves it and it’s a good college car for her.