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CAR fit for a girl.
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QQ car from china ..
small in size ..
cute look from the front ..
cheap ...

but i still prefer Evo 4 ....
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currently have a 99 civic coupe >.> maybe putting a b16 or b18a swap...and then sell it for a higher price. KACHING!
and after that in 2 years goin to japan to visit my uncle in the navy, buy a skyline their for dirt ass cheap, and get free shipping xP
but b4 that skyline, maybe an s2k, evo, or an rx-8 since they are easy as fuck to tune and make them go fast
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eminathgie wrote:


RossoCorsa wrote:


eminathgie wrote:

What kind of car would be fit for a girl? And what color should it be, except for pink?


This is a question that really depends on your personality, but here's what i've been recommending to girls in my area:

2003-2006 mitsubishi Evolution (not Lancer, not lancer ES, not lancer OZ, but EVOLUTION)

Reasons:

1. Safety.
- great all-around window view so less chance of bigger blind spots
- all-wheel-drive means better control of the car when some bitch cuts you off or a pothole suddenly appears.
- comfortable reclinable seats made by RECARO, one of the higher-end japanese racing and luxury seat companies.
- HID headlights (on some models) means better visibility, but with properly-sized projectors so you aren't blinding people to where they're flashing high beams at you.

2. Power.
- 300 horsepower from a 4-cylinder turbo. You get great gas mileage on them in my opinion because you aren't flooring the gas pedal to get up mild-grade hills and inclines. An economic car is fine on gas until you get up a hill... then you have to stomp and waste a ton of gas just to keep at-speed. Then that uses up a ton of gas. So really, a good balance of mpg with power is the best, and i believe the Evo is one of the best at that balance.

3. Interior.
- The car was built mainly for rally, so it's made for driver comfort without major distractions. If you want a better radio, you can change it out easily. Gauges are easy to read and it's a very comfortable 5-seater with very good cargo space.

4. Exterior.
- No matter how many posers there are trying to make their regular lancer or eclipse LOOK like an evo, you still can't copy them. They're compact but very roomy, are agressive in style yet subtle, and if you don't like the rear wing you can remove it and sell the thing for a good $200-$300 on ebay.

5. Modability.
- Not happy with the looks? tons of companies have everything from lip kits to full body upgrades to make your car unique.
- Want better gas mileage and performance? tons of aftermarket companies like SUN AUTO offer kits to make your car get better mileage and be more eco friendly while companies like TRUST, HKS, Monster, and Kansai Service offer upgrades to get your car faster than the next guy with his or her evo.
- Ride isn't comfortable? You can upgrade the coilover suspension to adjust the ride height, response times, everything.

6. Price.
- 2003 evo's can be had in some places at as little as $13,000, and if you prefer the 2005 and 2006 models, they're still in the low to mid 20's.

As for color, I personally like the Evolutions in Graphite Grey or Aspen White. low profile colors means less posers trying to street race you and less cops pulling you over. =3


2003-2005 Mitsubishi Evolution



2006 Mitsubishi Evolution



Modified Voltex/Tomei 2005 Mitsubishi Evolution MR


oh my. thanks, A LOT!!^^


No problem. I'm glad to help anyone who doesn't have the "meh i just want something that runs" mentality. xD

@Milchae: Other factors that go into the price of an evo are the year, age of the driver, drivers' experience, etc.
I've researched the median price of cars within the Evo's price range, and the evo is pretty much right now what most people pay anyway. I believe Minicoopers are the most because people keep cutting-off and swerving around people as if they're nascar drivers. Hence why their crash rates are higher than evolutions.

Some places will hook you up if you have multiple cars or policies under one's name (as in she uses her family's insurance) or there's even 10%~15% discounts for good students with a gpa higher than a 3.0 (or 3.5, depending on state and insurance carrier).

Plus as i stated before, if you crash an evo, chances are you'll walk out of there alive and well. My friend was driving her husband's evo one day coming out of the hospital from a checkup (she was about 3 months pregnant). She got in an accident by two honda civics street racing and one of them t-boning her at about 40mph (driver slammed on brakes but you get the idea).

The Evo was labelled as a loss from where it was hit (the husband just let it go and bought a new one) and she gave birth to that child and all was well.

So for me, i don't mind paying a little extra on some things if it means someday it may save my future wife and kids' lives.
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hmmm....unless the girl has good driving skills you can recommend this...


??? I'll assume you're saying i shouldn't recommend this unless the girl is a good driver...

If that's what you mean, then I insist you try driving an Evo sometime. Believe it or not, the electronics involved allow it to really help you when you 'screw up' per se.

now, an STi, that's something that definitely needs a good driver. It's less forgiving.
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A small 4 doors MB
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26 / M / Toronto, Ontario
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Any Color of these cars
would instantly make me cream myself and want to marry that girl :O
(i guesss white or black would make the girl look the hottest no multi color or design some logos maybe)
or a sign but properly done street graffiti would be sickk ;o but ya newayy~

Lancer Evo (any)
RX8
S2000
M3 BMW HAWTTZZ
Honda Prelude
240sx
Carrera GT (id love her just to let me touch the car *Droolz* )


and ya those off the top of my head would be hawt for a girl to drive :D
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Posted 10/1/08
Ima jus throw this out there. G35 and G37 is a girl car. I see hella girls drivin them nowadays.
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God, I think I let this section go rampant with my absence.

I have several problems with this thread and I'll simply lay out it.
1. We don't know what car you want. We don't know what kind, price range, any specifics like coupe, sedan, hatch. We know know of what you want except something that has four wheels and fit for a girl. Well anything is really fit for a girl if the personality is right.
2. Quit suggesting cars like 350z, RX8, Civic Si, or any other Space Boy vehicle spotted on a Saturday night on the cruise strip. As far as we know, she just wants a car. Whether or not she wants something sporty or something that'll get her from point A to point B and be reliable is something she hasn't told us. But I'm willing to bet my money on the latter.
3. RossaCorsa, as much respect I have for you, I really disagree for the Evo 8 suggestion. It doesn't matter how good of stability a car offers. A car will spin when it wants to because of driver neglect or inexperience. It doesn't matter how good the electronic stability is, you can put the car in a position where you can't control it.
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Posted 10/2/08 , edited 10/2/08

RossoCorsa wrote:


RPMD_4G63 wrote:


hmmm....unless the girl has good driving skills you can recommend this...


??? I'll assume you're saying i shouldn't recommend this unless the girl is a good driver...

If that's what you mean, then I insist you try driving an Evo sometime. Believe it or not, the electronics involved allow it to really help you when you 'screw up' per se.

now, an STi, that's something that definitely needs a good driver. It's less forgiving.


ahh...thanks for the info....i do like to have a GF with an Evo (though i also want her to own an S2K...)
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anything apart from a smart for two
and a smart roadster


possibly the ugliest cars on the face of the planet
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29 / M / California
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Posted 10/2/08

revolutionofone wrote:

God, I think I let this section go rampant with my absence.

I have several problems with this thread and I'll simply lay out it.
1. We don't know what car you want. We don't know what kind, price range, any specifics like coupe, sedan, hatch. We know know of what you want except something that has four wheels and fit for a girl. Well anything is really fit for a girl if the personality is right.
2. Quit suggesting cars like 350z, RX8, Civic Si, or any other Space Boy vehicle spotted on a Saturday night on the cruise strip. As far as we know, she just wants a car. Whether or not she wants something sporty or something that'll get her from point A to point B and be reliable is something she hasn't told us. But I'm willing to bet my money on the latter.
3. RossaCorsa, as much respect I have for you, I really disagree for the Evo 8 suggestion. It doesn't matter how good of stability a car offers. A car will spin when it wants to because of driver neglect or inexperience. It doesn't matter how good the electronic stability is, you can put the car in a position where you can't control it.


For your points 1 and 2: Agreed. I threw in the evo because imo it's the most well-balanced in terms of having a lil' of what everyone wants, and being able to make it all work.

For point 3: I also agree with this and thank you for the compliment and your honest opinion. No matter how great a car is, it's still a lethal 1-to-3-ton weapon. I was basing my suggestion on an average driver with a few years experience in defensive driving.


RPMD_4G63 wrote:


RossoCorsa wrote:


RPMD_4G63 wrote:


hmmm....unless the girl has good driving skills you can recommend this...


??? I'll assume you're saying i shouldn't recommend this unless the girl is a good driver...

If that's what you mean, then I insist you try driving an Evo sometime. Believe it or not, the electronics involved allow it to really help you when you 'screw up' per se.

now, an STi, that's something that definitely needs a good driver. It's less forgiving.


ahh...thanks for the info....i do like to have a GF with an Evo (though i also want her to own an S2K...)


no problem. almost every person on my street owns an evo, and i'm trying to get one for my gf.
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Posted 10/2/08
for me i like Evo
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Posted 10/2/08
its hot 2 see a ladie drivin a NISSAN, ya herd!!!
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Posted 10/3/08
i think a BMW would be nice, special a convertible or a coupe. But personally, i take interest on Aston Martins and GMs
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Ladies love driving benz and bmw's over here and girls like driving golf 5's or mini cooper
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