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HYUNDAI TUCSON I JM I have to choose Nissan Rogue or Hyundai Tucson

Well I am new to this forum and I have narrowed my choice to a 2010 Nissan Rogue or a 2010 hyundai tucson. I have checked many Internet sites about the pluses and minuses of these two vehicles and I even went to two dealerships today to check them out. For you Rogue owners please either convince me why I should buy the Rogue over the tucson or why I should buy the Tuscon over the Rogue. It seems there

Well i bought a used 2008 S AWD but it was loaded like an SL and a little more - LeatherHeated seats Webasta Sunroof XM Radio dashboard connections Valley Towing and Hitch System and tinted windows along with fog lights. The car had 16kmiles on it and I got it for 20850 INCLUDING taxes. I got them to waive all their stupid little prep fees and non-sense. So yeah walking out the door the final price was 20850.

JohnBellHood wrote Well my plan today was to go to the Nissan dealership and test drive the Rogue and then go to the hyundai dealership to test drive the tucson but after me and my wife test drove the Rogue we were convinced it was the vehicle for us. We bought an S model with AWD Silver color. I know I probably should have test drove the hyundai as well but I just did not feel that it could have rode

KIA SPORTAGE II JE Kia Sporetage Vs. Hyundai Tucson

I am going to change my car and go for a 4x4. So I would like to get your opinions rather I sould go for a Kia Sportage or a hyundai Tucsn Thanks in advance.

It all depends on what you want. Although the Sportage has more room. I went with the Sportage because it was bigger and roomier. A buddy of mine has the Tuscon and it&39s a bit smaller if you comapre them side to side. You should go out and look at both of them and compare them or go online and look at what features they have and look over their respectable sizes. I&39m six foot and can fit comfortably

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NISSAN Seat height adjustment

I purchased a nissan versa S. I am happy with the car but I am having a tough time getting a comfortable seating position. I would like to convert my seat to have height adjustment just like in the SL model. Where do I start Are there any aftermarket seat mounts available

GrayVersa wrote I purchased a nissan versa S. . .I would like to convert my seat to have height adjustment just like in the SL model. . . Your kidding they dont have height adjustment in the S I bought my 2008 V new (with 1100 miles on it-a guy traded it in for 0% financing on a hyundai Azera) from my brothers hyundai dealership while I was visiting family in the Cleveland area over Christmas so I

BMW SERIES 3 E90 E91 E92 E93 The end of an era...

From April of 2000 Ive had a 3 series BMW in the garage at all times. Be it my E46 323Ci my beater E30 318is or my wifes E92 328i. Well...Almost no more. It was inevitable. Theres just no justifiable reason for us to have more than one two door car or small sedan in the household anymore. While I dont exactly consider the X3 a 3 series it would have sort of kept the streak alive in that it was basically

the look of the Tuscon when she saw it on the road. Not sold on a SUV yet but lugging the little one around in a coupe has opened her eyes to needing at least 4 doors possibly an SUV. How does it drive My impressions with the 2010 Santa Fe were that it was severely underpowered but perhaps the Tuscon uses the same engine and is lighter no The hardest part is getting over the fact youre driving a hyundai.

BMW SERIES 3 E90 E91 E92 E93 Malibu vs 328xi OMG

So just heard a radio commercial for Chevy Malibu where the soccer mom was saying how superior it was (interior style and trunk space) to the 328xi. OMG - really chevy is setting their Malibu line against the grocery getter I think BJ created the chevy commercial. Regards Avi

maybe it was 1800) price differential). I suppose its a better comparison than a Malibu but American carmakers should stop comparing on price and features and more on solid engineering. Its as silly as the old Hyunda Azera advert claiming better rear-seat room than a BMW 760i. Really folks whos going to say You know what a 760i is far too expensive. I could get better value for my money with a hyundai

Quote Originally Posted by The HACK Funny you should mention hyundai. We are going to trade in my wifes E92 328i for a 2011 hyundai tucson. You read that right. Sure for roughly the same money we could have bought a 4 year old 50000 X3 with no options instead of the brand new tucson Limited with nav leather back-up camera heated seats panoramic sun-roof that takes REGULAR gas and gets 22mpg city and

Hey if hyundai is doing so great and bimmers are overpriced equivalent cars maybe you should give up that board seat sell off the bimmers and give a hyundai org all your love. Dont get me wrong mad props to hyundai they indeed have come a long way. I didnt test drive a tucson just judged them on specs looks and love of brand. Ill go give it a try this weekend maybe Ill get it instead of a 3 series

KIA SPORTAGE III autoguide.com reviews huh.

Ive been researching the Sportage a bit reading reviews and such to decide if I want one and what trim level I want etc. Today I came across reviews on the new hyundai tucson and Kia Sportage models and they really left me confused how the reviews are SO different. FIrst I read the Sportage review they pretty much hated the car worst visability since the camaro doesnt get anywhere close to the listed

Quote Originally Posted by imay I can only comment on reviews I have read here in Oz in relation to comparing the 2 models you refer to (here the hyundai is the iX35) along with my own opinionexperience. As you mention they are both built on the same platform and largely have the same power plants. The Kia Sportage I have been led to believe has a different (their own) AWD set-up. 4 cyl. petrol and

KIA CARENS New Rondo - Comparisons

After test driving several vehicles I purchased a new 2009 Rondo EX V6 (Java with Black leather interior and premium package) today. Hopefully this post might help people looking at the following vehicles 2010 Honda Fit Sport 2009 Toyota Matrix S (lightly used) 2009 and 2010 hyundai tucson 2010 hyundai Elantra Touring and 2010 Scion Xb. Fit Sport The most fun to drive of the entire bunch the most fuel

NISSAN Cross Shopping 2014 Rogue

Hi Everyone My name is Leonard1818 and I just joined a few minutes ago. My wife and I just got home from some test drives. A little background without going too in-depth Im a Honda owner. I always have been. Ive owned nothing but Honda cars (never an SCUV). We currently own a 2004 Saturn Vue V6 AWD with a 250 HP Honda engine (all of the Vue V6s from 2004-2007 are Honda-powered). With that said I know

smaller city about 45 minutes away is getting 5 units by Monday. I currently have a 2009 Honda Fit which has met my needs well. However it is getting long in the tooth and Ive been searching hard for a replacement. My preference is a compact SUV with great fuel economy. I have test driven virtually every vehicle in the class including Ford Escape Honda CRV Toyota Rav4 Mazda CX5 Chevy Equinox hyundai

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smaller city about 45 minutes away is getting 5 units by Monday. I currently have a 2009 Honda Fit which has met my needs well. However it is getting long in the tooth and Ive been searching hard for a replacement. My preference is a compact SUV with great fuel economy. I have test driven virtually every vehicle in the class including Ford Escape Honda CRV Toyota Rav4 Mazda CX5 Chevy Equinox hyundai

KIA MAGENTIS II Kia Wants Optima To Have Distinct Identity

By RICK KRANZ AUTOMOTIVE NEWS AutoWeek Published 050906 1039 am et YOUNTVILLE California -- The Optima has been like an invisible vehicle in Kia&39s line. Because the car has had little marketing support customers stumbled across it as they walked through the Kia showroom Kia officials admit. Mostly they came in looking for the Spectra said Ian Beavis vice president of marketing for Kia Motors America

BMW SERIES 3 E90 E91 E92 E93 Since we have been...

Talking a little too much about how great the 3 series is on this forum let us take a break from all that and give the poor 3s a rest. Everyday I ask myself whether any other car in the world is worth trading my 325i for I Can never come to any conclusions about what car is worth trading my beloved 3 series for. Every time I think I finally got a car that is worth it I immediately come to a conclusion

Every time I think I finally got a car that is worth it I immediately come to a conclusion that it really is not worth it. SO I would alike to ask you guys the same question. If you could trade your 3 series for any car in the world What would that car be Id trade the MZ4 Coupe for a Lotus Exige S straight up in a heart beat. Oh yes I would. Were trading in the E92 328i for either an X3 or a hyundai

KIA CARNIVAL Whats a good price on a Sedona EX

Any advise out there would be great Im looking at buying a 2006 Sedona EX with the Premium Entertainment Package Power Package Luxury Package and the First Aid Kit. What should I expect to pay or what price would be a good deal Im located in Southern California. Thanks in advance...

four segments was the only domestic automaker with any top-ranked vehicles. Toyota which had seven segment winners in 2005 still captured three categories in this years study by Strategic Vision Inc. Meanwhile hyundai Motor Co. gained ground with its Kia Optima taking the top spot for medium car the hyundai Azera winning for larger car and the Kia Sedona ranking as the top minivan . The hyundai tucson

KIA SPORTAGE III Need some input on buying a new Base AWD.

Hello All Back in 2008 I help my 16 year old daughter purchase an Elantra. I explained to her that between the price mileage and warranty that this car would get her through college without any huge expenses. This info was pretty spot on. I later on parked my F150 Supercrew and purchased the 2012 hyundai Sonata Hybrid which for the most part I have been very happy with and the cost savings in gas has

good price on one we went with an LX with the convenience package. the MSRP was 26008 with the backup camera and nav. setup. Out the door tax and license it was 25275. Basically 500 below invoice. Kia also started to offer 500 rebate if you finance through them which began on May 1st. Bluetooth is standard on all of them and I can tell you that I love my Bluetooth in my Hybrid Sonata but beware hyundai

Interestingly enough we were considering the CTS Wagon as a replacement until finally settled on the hyundai tucson for our next car. The CTS Wagon had a couple of major strikes against it though... 1) The rear seat entry requires a perp head hold. Both my wife and I banged our head against the C pillar. Hard. Theres no way to safely put the kids in the back seat without them suffering some massive

NISSAN 2014 Rogue - UPDATED with pics

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displacement turbo diesel - which would bring in a ton of new customers. i would stop the xterra. i would turn the titan into a truck geared for real work offering a smaller displacement turbo diesel engine. i would leave the new altima as it is only offering 4cyl - so it doesnt eat into the maxima sales. i would turn the maxima into a flag-ship car offering styling & features seen in the hyundai

NISSAN Considering a Versa - Help

My wife and I are considering a Versa (loaded SL hatch w CVT) and were pretty much set on it. Now my wife is having second thoughts. Here is why 1) 100 lb black lab who will have to ride in the hatch 2) 2.5 year old boy in a car seat 3) She is 2 months pregnant - This is causing the second thoughts We take many trips to visit family where we stay overnight. That means a bag for us a bag for the 2.5

the hatch area let alone a 100 pound dog. Youre not going to need large amounts of legroom for quite some time. You should put a little more emphasis on cargo for the sake of the dog. Yes I the moderator will be the dissenting voice here. You should consider a compact SUV. The gas mileage wont be anywhere near what it is on the V but itll get your kids and dog around at the same time. Consider a hyundai

KIA SPORTAGE III 2011 driverreliability experiences

I am a honda fan boy (have owned 4 accords and 2 ody vans) and have a had great luck with them. I really like the new Sportage and would like to know from the people that own them what has your experience been so far Any major issues with reliability Is it still fun to drive after a few months Why should or shouldnt I buy one I appreciate your thoughts One more thing. I live in Atlanta and the reviews on Google for most all of the Kia dealerships here are really bad. Makes me wonder why. Thanks

My personal opinionsexperiences only Getting over the Kia badge syndrome is going to be your biggest hurdle. I have had plenty of knockers up until they actually inspected my Sportage and talked to me about my reasons for choosing it over other brands. Kiahyundai I predict will take Australia by storm in the coming years. I am still to see where the build andor materials used are any lesser quality

NISSAN JUKE Is the Nissan Juke a good buy if....

Ill be buying my first car very soon--Im a recent college graduate and Ive waited a long time for this. The things Im prioritizing are good mileage safety storage space cost (since if the first 2 are good the car will pay for itself). Ive been looking at the Honda Civic hyundai Elantra Toyota Corolla but the truth is that I want a small crossover because I have stuff to carry and Im in that phase of

the Honda dealer. Thanks Just FYI the Juke storage capacity is a bit limited. The slope of the rear hatch makes it so things in the trunk need to be shorter than the seats and the back seat is a little cramped for tall or portly friends. They are 6040 and fold flat though so with them down it becomes a huge space. If you need a bigger vehicle and dont care about the turbo have you considered the hyundai

NISSAN For those of you wondering what a Rogue drives like...

Disclaimer I work in sales for nissan. 2nd disclaimer I am a long-time Subaru fan All Nissan salespeople (in Canada at least) have had the opportunity to drive pre-production Rogues. Here are my impressions of the car. From a static viewpoint the car has some good points and bad points. Its pretty (in the right colour) and is a lot like a Murano but this means its a love-it-or-hate-it proposition.

MrGreg wrote The cargo space in the Rogue is much smaller than that of the CR-V. Its about equivalent to the hyundai tucson. The sloped rear roof and rounded tailgate have an impact on rear cargo space. I agree it may not be a spacious as compared to a Tribute Escape or CRV. But it isnt as bad as smaller CUVs with only 12 behind the seat. There are small bulges for the rear wheel wells and the height

KIA CARENS Will Rondo ever get UVO with eServices and Navigation

Hi there New to the forum. Landed here as I am in the process of buying a new car. Was out looking at all the Crossovers like Kia Sportage hyundai tucson Ford Escape Mazda CX-5. While at Kia dealership saw the Rondo and like it a lot but have not made my mind yet as during test drive the engine did not see as powerfull as my 140hp 1998 Accord EX. And I also thought the cabin had lot of wind and engine

KIA CARENS Convince me to NOT buy a Mazda5

My wife and I have long wanted the Mazda5 however have recently driven the Rondo... As we make our decision I have been scouring the forums for driversowners reviews of the 07 Rondo...not much out there...so let me do the opposite of what I did on a Mazda forum ... Convince me to not buy the Mazda5...why would you or did you choose the KIA Rondo Dont go over there to the Mazda forum and start hating...Im

of a manual. too bad since i like the appearance of the Rondo better and I think across the board they are both probably as good in other respects. We have a Mazda MPV and its been a pleasure to own so far so i presume all Mazdas are good quality. Im so disappointed that the Rondo lacks a manual and that I dont care for the aesthetics of the mazda5 that I might look to small suvs like hyundai

of a manual. too bad since i like the appearance of the Rondo better and I think across the board they are both probably as good in other respects. We have a Mazda MPV and its been a pleasure to own so far so i presume all Mazdas are good quality. Im so disappointed that the Rondo lacks a manual and that I dont care for the aesthetics of the mazda5 that I might look to small suvs like hyundai

MAZDA CX 5 2012 Mazda CX-5 - Photos released

Mazdas new entry into the CUV market (and replacement for the aging Tribute) was previewed in a web release just recently httpwww.mazda.compublicityrelease2011201108110802a.htmllink_idnr Hi-Res Photos Front 34 view Front view Rear hatch view - Skyactiv badge Interior view Skelton view The new 2012 Mazda CX-5 will make its formal debut at the Frankfurt Auto Show on Sept 13-25 2011. The CX-5 will feature

competition is at an all-time high in the small to midsize crossover class and I think its only going to accelerate with efficient next-gen powertrain R&D on accelerated fast-track schedules at the expense of large vehicle development taking a back seat. I believe the CX-5 is smaller than the Rogue competing in the newer compact crossover class with the Mitsubishi RVROutlander Sport Kia Sportage hyundai

NISSAN JUKE Why did you buy the juke

Hello So why did you pick the juke over any other car For me was the combination of factors. I needed a commuter car to go to work. I was looking for a small compact car with good gas millage and that was a a good price. Id been driving a 1991 honda civic for years and it was time to replace it. I already have an SUV for the family and I just needed something small and cheap. I looked at all the different

My last car was a 1st generation Scion xB (the boxy one Kia ripped off to make the Soul). I got used to the upright seating short wheelbase and good turning radius and ease of parking and didnt want to give that up. I did want more power though and creature comforts. My checklist was factory turbo direct injection AWD push button start. I looked at the Mini Countryman VW Tiguan WRX and non-AWD the Mazdaspeed3 Genesis 2.0T and Tuscon. The Juke had all the features at the lowest price and I liked the styling being different. The reviews were also pretty good from Autoblog Motortrend Automobile Magazine and other sources to finally convince me. If hyundai put the 285-HP Sonota turbo in the tucson I would probably have gone with it instead.

NISSAN JUKE Juke v. Rogue

I test drove a Rogue the other day and was fairly impressed. Kind of a mommy car but a pretty good combination of features and a smooth ride. The Juke will be smaller with a bunch of cool new tech but I still might go for a Rogue. What do you think

review on Car and Driver 2011 Nissan Juke - First Drive Review - Auto Reviews - Car and Driver the little Nissan Juke crossover is likewise targeted toward men because well the similarly priced Nissan Rogue crossover just isn&8217t. . . . . Yes Nissan already has a four-cylinder cute ute called the Rogue that competes in a viciously contested segment with the Ford Escape Honda CR-V Toyota RAV4 hyundai

KIA SORENTO II XM Before buying your Sorento

What were the other SUVCrossovers you had considered as contenders (and finally discarded) before buying your beloved Sorento What were the specific reasons you went with Sorento and discarded others May be this will help the budding buyers like me to make...

The hyundai tucson was at the top of the llist (based on specs like content & gas mileage -- never drove one) but my wife wanted something bigger and Im glad we went with the Sorento. We also considered the Ford Edge and Toyota RAV4 but both had less content for the money. We might have considered the Subaru Forester except for the fact that Ive spent a lot of time in my sisters Forester and am not impressed with the hard seats sluggish 4-speed auto and high NVH (noise vibration and harshness).

KIA SPORTAGE II JE Blown Airbags on 2006 XS

Does anyone know My 2006 XS has deployed the passenger seat and curtain airbags. Apart from these what else do I need to replace or reset to bring back to original operation. Also Are other Kia airbags (Carens etc) or sister company hyundai airbags from the tucson compatable as I want to use salvage parts to keep the cost down. If theres anything else I need to know regarding fitting etc please let me know. Thanks all.

BMW SERIES 3 F30 What is a luxury car Is the F30 one of them

What is a luxury car In decades past it was leather seats power windows automatic climate control etc. Now what is it In my opinion some F30s are not luxury cars at all. Oh maybe the i-drive is a luxury feature but without navigation it can be merely a trip computer and Bluetooth. This suits me fine as I dont really want a luxury car. A car that has air conditioning and reasonably good soundproofing

I think most brands today are so feature-rich that they would almost all be considered luxury cars by the definition provided above. I think what sets cars apart today is the exclusivity. Not everyone can afford even the entry-level models of the luxury brands. My daughters each drive hyundai tucsons that have most of the luxury features (heated leather seats navigation satellite radio Bluetooth power

NISSAN Rogue vs.CRV vs.Escape

I have narrowed my choices down to these three and any input is welcome as to why the Rogue beats the competitors. I havent included the RAV4 because its too overpriced and they force you to get 4x4 in Canada and you need the V6 to get decent performance. The Mits Outlander and hyundai tucson are nice too but not on my list because of poor fuel economy. I realize the Escape is an inferior vehicle but

BMW X3 E83 Day Two Secondary Impressions

This is just a continuation of random things Ive noticedenjoyed on the 2nd day of driving my X3 . . . [A] In playing around with the fog lights Ive been pleasantly surprised that they do not just provide light at a low level (lower horizontally but on the same width pattern as the headlights) but instead also provide a distinct amount of side-of-the-road lighting too. Its definitely a broader pattern

KIA SPORTAGE III New MotorTrend Comparo

Im considering purchasing a new Sportage SX. However the Sportage didnt fare too well in MTs new comparison ( Ford Escape vs. Honda CR-V vs. Kia Sportage vs. Mazda CX-5 vs. Volkswagen Tiguan - 20122013 Compact Crossover SUV Comparison - Motor Trend ) but a reader (jabberjaw99) commented that MT didnt test the SX and noted that MTs complaints about the ride can be addressed by replacing the stock tires.

Funny Car and Driver also ran a comparo in their September 2012 issue. They compared the CRV EX-L Escape SEL Rav4 Limited Sportage EX tucson Limited and CX-5 Grand Touring. The problem I had in the test was that they used the EX and not the SX. The prices ranged from 27k to 33k (the Ford being the most expensive hyundai being the cheapest based on their as tested prices). Now I dont know where these

NISSAN Would you buy a Versa again

Would you buy a Versa again knowing what you know now from owning one If not what car would you buy in the same price range Why If yes would you change models (S or SL) Transmissions Packages What accessories would you add or subtract

traded in my small SUV (Kia Sorento 14 19 mpg) for an essentially new car (2008 used - 1200 miles on it) at my brothers dealership while visiting in Cleveland in Dec 2007. The comfort in the drivers seat PLUS better mileage than what I had been getting PLUS no repairs for awhile added up to a no-brainer. I didnt even know about hadnt ever seen a V before that and couldnt hold a stick next to the hyundai

BMW SERIES 3 E90 E91 E92 E93 [2009] BMW 328xi Coupe vs Lexus IS250 AWD

So after research and test driving Ive eliminated the G37x Coupe and the A4 Quattro. Now its down to either the BMW or the Lexus. Im getting it leased and 2009 model on both. Im really having trouble deciding monthly payments are about the same so money isnt the issue here. Here are just some brief things that I know about both... - Lexus more gas-efficient - Lexus more reliable - BM more fun - BM

because I hate the new design. Id so prefer the 2008 sedan over the 2009 coupe but definitely not the 2009 sedan. The new hood and taillights are just pure ugliness to my eyes. jkp1187 I dont think a 20 year old driving a M6 would be appropriate. For my age a 3-series coupe is in fact very ballin and Im already pretty ballin in my RDX. (My friends around me drive 325i sedan FX35 Altima Coupe hyundai

KIA SPORTAGE III What about this.....

Big Problem Right Off The Bat..... You cant package the leather interior with a solid roof and luggage rails you must opt for the panoramic roof.....cool idea but not practical to force the leather with the glass roof. I will easily jump to the hyundai Tuscon which will allow me a leather interior together with a solid roof and rails..... Bad marketing slip-up here...

Quote Originally Posted by jserrent Big Problem Right Off The Bat..... You cant package the leather interior with a solid roof and luggage rails you must opt for the panoramic roof.....cool idea but not practical to force the leather with the glass roof. I will easily jump to the hyundai Tuscon which will allow me a leather interior together with a solid roof and rails..... Bad marketing slip-up here...

NISSAN Rogue is light nimble and better planted in C & D Comparo

In the February 2008 issue of Car and driver Magazine a comparo test of nine compact SUVs found the Nissan Rogue SL AWD in third place just a few points behind the leading Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V. The Rogue won top ratings for fun-to-drive driving performance gas mpg front interior volume and low noise at 70 mph. The only knocks against the Rogue related to the darkness of the interior and the restricted

I was just about to post some of the excerpts from the Feb 08 Car and Driver CUV comparison. You beat me to it. 3 out of 9 is pretty impressive. 1 Toyota Rav4 208 2 Honda CR-V 206 3 NISSAN ROGUE 203 4 Mitsu Outlander 194 5 Suzuki G. Vitara 193 6 Saturn Vue 187 7 Ford Escape 178 8 hyundai tucson 161 9 Jeep Liberty 159 I think they did a nice job with this article. For the most part I agree with their

Eikon wrote I was just about to post some of the excerpts from the Feb 08 Car and Driver CUV comparison. You beat me to it. 3 out of 9 is pretty impressive. 1 Toyota Rav4 208 2 Honda CR-V 206 3 NISSAN ROGUE 203 4 Mitsu Outlander 194 5 Suzuki G. Vitara 193 6 Saturn Vue 187 7 Ford Escape 178 8 hyundai tucson 161 9 Jeep Liberty 159 I think they did a nice job with this article. For the most part I agree

NISSAN JUKE Cargo roomIkea flats

Im still waffling. Im trying to decide if the Jukes cargo room is big enough. I look at pics and think -- anything bigger than what can fit in there I couldnt lift out by myself anyway. Tho my heart longs for small and zippy Im leaning a bit toward the RAV4 now for all around versatility and reliability (damn that waiting period) because I ask myself if I could be happy with something that wouldnt

Heres a few cargo numbers off each cars manufactures websites in cubic feet. First number is with rear seats up second number with them down. At least the Juke holds more then a Smart for two does Nissan Juke 10.5 35.9 Honda crv 35.7 72.9 Kia Soul 19.3 53.4 Suburu outback 34.3 71.3 Mazda 3 17.0 42.8 Nissan cube 11.4 58.1 Mini countyman 41.3 Rav4 37 73.0 hyundai tucson 25.7 55.8 chevy aveo

AUDI A3 Forbes votes A3 1 city car

I dont own an A3 but I came across this today and thought I would share. Was the top story on yahoo news. Best Cars For City Dwellers[align] By Jacqueline Mitchell [align][align] provided by [align] [align][align] Audi A3[align][align] Chances are you wont find too many Ford Expeditions and Hummer H3s in cities like seattle San Francisco or Boston. Thats because while they can be pleasant to drive

BMW X3 E83 I Love My 2007 X3

OK I recently purchased a 2007 X3 CPO with 33000 miles from a dealer here in MN. It has an AT Premium Package Cold Weather Package Zenon heated everything and included the extended service and warranty to 2013. I had driven a ton of other newer crossovers including the Edge Equinox tucson Santa Fe Rogue Mazdas C series Rav 4.. you get the idea.. and any of them with any extras were between 28K and

Package Cold Weather Package Zenon heated everything and included the extended service and warranty to 2013. I had driven a ton of other newer crossovers including the Edge Equinox tucson Santa Fe Rogue Mazdas C series Rav 4.. you get the idea.. and any of them with any extras were between 28K and 34K. So I was thrilled to be driving a two year old low mileage BMW at less than the price of a new hyundai

BMW X3 F25 X3 vs Q5 - quirky key decision

Ive spent the better part of a week going back and forth between the Q5 and the X3. Ive been leaning towards the Q5.I currently have a 2010 A3 TDI and want something a little less pokey. (Hey where is the A3 when I need it) Q5 pros more comforable seats quieter nicer lines adjustable arm rest nicer wheels closer dealer 1000 loyalty USAA pricing 19 wheels Q5 cons no radio buttons 4 spoke wheel armrest

a step up from my 06 X3. James San Francisco CA (and seattle WA) James glad you like yours but cant concur with styling. I too would love a short car (have 168 A3 TDI now) but find the X1 reminds me of M-roadster coupe which I never liked (I had the M-roadster convertible). Every time I walk up to my A3 I love the look and dont know if I can get this same feeling for the X3...I keep seeing the hyundai

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