Arachnid wrote:I'm a Subaru man myself...
Uncle dans leg wrote:Arachnid wrote:I'm a Subaru man myself...
How have you found the all wheel drive to be? I almost forgot about them and they also have a great rep. I need a cheap ass winter beater though and I think there's not many under 5. I consider my winter beaters disposable urban commuter vehicles. I keep something I really like tucked away from the salt and crap...
Uncle dans leg wrote:Coming back to Canada, I'm going to need a winter beater and was wondering if anyone had a recommendation?
I will be living in Alberta so front wheel or all wheel drive is essential.
I've narrowed it down to:
1999-2001 Volvo V-70
2002- Nissan Altima
1997- Toyota Camry or Corolla
1997- Honda Accord
Main considerations are economy, reliability, safety, comfort.
I've owned trucks since high school until I moved here and found that I really like driving a car more! So much easier to do everything and the fuel bills are friendlier...I can always rent a truck to haul crap.
Uncle dans leg wrote:Eddy, I think I better steer clear of the truck though.... Next thing you'll know I'll be sporting a 10 gallon hat and all angry at the Canucks for cheating the flames out of a playoff berth again
Uncle dans leg wrote:...
Probably better going Japanese I suppose. Per...anything to add in defence of your national car?
Uncle dans leg wrote:BCExpat-I'll make sure I deck out my beater with a huge ass flag and come on over to strathmore every time the nucks beat your flames. Maybe that's better if I had a truck though....
Arachnid wrote:Just be careful of fakes flakes and snakes that say they know about cars that don't exist
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