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Discussion in 'General' started by calib3r, 10 Feb 2007.

  1. calib3r

    calib3r New Member

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    I need some suggestions on what to get for my first car. I need a four door sadan with a price range around $18,000.
     
  2. n0d4x

    n0d4x New Member

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    A accord

    :)
     
  3. calib3r

    calib3r New Member

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    The Accord looks nice but, I'm looking for a more sporty looking car. What do you guys think of the Mazda 3?

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  4. taliban_raider

    taliban_raider Just some guy; you know

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    Although the mazda may look more sporty than an accord, imo it is not. Other than that I am not sure what would be in that price range for you.
    If you are looking at mazda 3's, over here we have the mps turbo I think its called, I assume it would be available were you are aswell. If that is in your price range I heartily encourage you to take a test drive of one.
     
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  5. Valo

    Valo Active Member

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    uh, in States there's different accord, isn't it? maybe second hand mazda6 mps is worth being looked at?

    i don't know whether it's within your budget, tho
     
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  6. calib3r

    calib3r New Member

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    Yes, we have a different Accord. In the US we don't have the MPS version, plus the Mazda6 isn't in my price range.
     
  7. Altron

    Altron Well-Known Member

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    Buy a 1982 Toyota for $1,000 or less.

    After you total it, then spend $17,000 on a car.
     
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