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What sort of car(s) do you drive?
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I actually have a Nissan Juke as well. I've had it for about a year and a half now and it really is the love of my life. I have a thing for Jeeps though. I'm not 100% sure what it is but I'm in love with white Jeeps. Eventually I'd like to own one of those babies, but as of now I am more than content with my Juke.


Hey, another Juke owner! Man, I absolutely love my Juke. The Turbocharger, the navigation screen, the voice recognition for making calls and sending text messages. It's a badass car. I actually beat another Audi TT (not mine) in a street race with my Juke.

Between the FJ and the Audi, I'd say that I love my Juke the most.
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I drive a 2006 Laser Blue Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS


I actually just bought it last week, after I got a settlement from getting hit about 2 and a half years ago in my first car I had a 95 Honda Prelude then, with all the gauges going out in it. After that I drove a little Kia Sportage that barely wanted to accelerate at all. It's quite an upgrade and I love it!

The car that I want to most, is a Dodge Challenger though. I could have bought one when I got the Monte, but it would have been a base V6 and I would have been paying on it for a few years so I decided to go with the Monte that I bought outright with no payments
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2004 Ford Explorer XLT, great for travel and college, except that on its absolute best day, the sucker gets 16 mpg.


Damn man... V8? My '94 with the 4.0 got better than that.


V6 4.0 liter. Apparently it's one of the lowest fuel economies in passenger vehicles.
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My daily is a 2014 Mustang GT premium with Track Package option
Mods are Barton Short Throw , Heart throb catted H pipe , Flowmaster Outlaw axle back AMR rims(not in picture) and a Dyno Tune from Levin motorsports.



My fun car is a 2003 Mach 1 Mustang I've had this car for six years now, I bought it at 33,000 miles it's now at 58,000 miles. I'm addicted to modding with this car, I just can't stop I'm always looking for something.
Mod are way to many to list, the key points are the Eaton supercharger and the t-56 six speed manual (it was an auto)




I have a 1976 Mustang Cobra 2 also which I'm restoring to make a show car.
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a black 2000 ford explorer limited and and dark gray 2006 ford f-150. Didn't realize they were both ford til i got them.
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1988 Acura Integra, looks exactly like this.
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KP_Wrath wrote:


SpiritWolf15 wrote:


KP_Wrath wrote:

2004 Ford Explorer XLT, great for travel and college, except that on its absolute best day, the sucker gets 16 mpg.


Damn man... V8? My '94 with the 4.0 got better than that.


V6 4.0 liter. Apparently it's one of the lowest fuel economies in passenger vehicles.


Haha stupid me, I missed the 1 and only saw the 6, was wondering what was up. Yeah, 16 is pretty good for what I'm assuming is the 4speed crackerjack auto box. I was getting about 13-15 L/100km with the 5speed in my '94.
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Title says it all! What sort of vehicle do you drive? Do you have a favorite, or a car that you would (within reason) like to own in the future?

I have an Audi TT (so much fun), a Nissan Juke, and an FJ Cruiser!



Why bother with 3 cars? That just seems stupid illogical and seems to have a lot of dick-waving involved in my opinion (Not trying to be an ass, just using the words that come to mind.). I drove in high school as you kind of have to or else everyone seems to hate you. Once I graduated I sold my car and started using public transit or carpool to get where I need to go. My roommate buys our groceries with his car (I give him my grocery list and money.) so I don't need to carry groceries on the bus (That'd be weird.), I save a crap load of money every month because of the fact I don't drive. I guess since I need to put most of the money I earn towards my post secondary schooling as it's uber expensive is probably the only reason I don't own a car currently.
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Posted 11/8/14

SpiritWolf15 wrote:


KP_Wrath wrote:


SpiritWolf15 wrote:


KP_Wrath wrote:

2004 Ford Explorer XLT, great for travel and college, except that on its absolute best day, the sucker gets 16 mpg.


Damn man... V8? My '94 with the 4.0 got better than that.


V6 4.0 liter. Apparently it's one of the lowest fuel economies in passenger vehicles.


Haha stupid me, I missed the 1 and only saw the 6, was wondering what was up. Yeah, 16 is pretty good for what I'm assuming is the 4speed crackerjack auto box. I was getting about 13-15 L/100km with the 5speed in my '94.


It will hit 4 mpg, but it does that on on-ramps with a full load of stuff in the back.
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SgtBanana21 wrote:

Title says it all! What sort of vehicle do you drive? Do you have a favorite, or a car that you would (within reason) like to own in the future?

I have an Audi TT (so much fun), a Nissan Juke, and an FJ Cruiser!



Why bother with 3 cars? That just seems stupid illogical and seems to have a lot of dick-waving involved in my opinion (Not trying to be an ass, just using the words that come to mind.). I drove in high school as you kind of have to or else everyone seems to hate you. Once I graduated I sold my car and started using public transit or carpool to get where I need to go. My roommate buys our groceries with his car (I give him my grocery list and money.) so I don't need to carry groceries on the bus (That'd be weird.), I save a crap load of money every month because of the fact I don't drive. I guess since I need to put most of the money I earn towards my post secondary schooling as it's uber expensive is probably the only reason I don't own a car currently.


There's no "dick waving" involved, I simply love cars. The Juke, the FJ, and the Audi TT were my current favorites, so I bought them. I change out between each car depending on my mood and what I'll be doing on that particular day. Having three cars may not be the right choice for some (or most), but it works pretty perfectly for me.

They also serve as a wonderful write-off, so there's a financial aspect to it.
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SgtBanana21 wrote:


Eucku wrote:


SgtBanana21 wrote:

Title says it all! What sort of vehicle do you drive? Do you have a favorite, or a car that you would (within reason) like to own in the future?

I have an Audi TT (so much fun), a Nissan Juke, and an FJ Cruiser!



Why bother with 3 cars? That just seems stupid illogical and seems to have a lot of dick-waving involved in my opinion (Not trying to be an ass, just using the words that come to mind.). I drove in high school as you kind of have to or else everyone seems to hate you. Once I graduated I sold my car and started using public transit or carpool to get where I need to go. My roommate buys our groceries with his car (I give him my grocery list and money.) so I don't need to carry groceries on the bus (That'd be weird.), I save a crap load of money every month because of the fact I don't drive. I guess since I need to put most of the money I earn towards my post secondary schooling as it's uber expensive is probably the only reason I don't own a car currently.


There's no "dick waving" involved, I simply love cars. The Juke, the FJ, and the Audi TT were my current favorites, so I bought them. I change out between each car depending on my mood and what I'll be doing on that particular day. Having three cars may not be the right choice for some (or most), but it works pretty perfectly for me.

They also serve as a wonderful write-off, so there's a financial aspect to it.


Would the financial write-off really be worth it? I would be willing to bet you'd save more money owning just one car. I see what you mean by liking cars and having them for your mood, I collect yugioh cards; it's a much cheaper hobby. I just swap out playing decks to suit my mood.
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Yeah, it would be a lot cheaper, but that isn't exactly much of a concern for me. I do love having them, and they're all quite perfect for hauling my gaming PC's and VR gear (well, aside from the TT. Hardly any storage space in a sports car) when I have gaming nights with my buddies.
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Yeah, it would be a lot cheaper, but that isn't exactly much of a concern for me. I do love having them, and they're all quite perfect for hauling my gaming PC's and VR gear (well, aside from the TT. Hardly any storage space in a sports car) when I have gaming nights with my buddies.


Ahaha I see. If school wasn't so expensive I wouldn't mind a car, public transit can be a real pain in the ass sometimes.
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I wonder what the proper transmission to automatic ratio is for CrunchyRoll users.
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